Friday, March 12, 2010

Rugs Of The Day - March 11th

Jane Austin said "There is nothing like staying at home for real comfort."  Today's post honors a very comfortable rustic home...Give Ye Thanks, another pattern adaptation of Lori Brechlin's folk art.
Lori Rippey from Michigan hooked this rug.  Don't you love the toasty autumn colors?  Yum!
 Here's Susan Pilotto's version where more lovely fall colors abound.  I love the looks like a fun place to live!
 I love how the blue sky plays with the brown colors in this version hooked by Debra Lloyd from Michigan.
Sue Clark from Missouri hooked this rug and my favorite part of this rug is the red roof on the cabin.  And that she hooked some "lights on" in her windows. (Look again at Debra's rug...she did the same thing...very cool, girls!).

I love, love, love the background of this one!!!  This rug was created by Kathy Simmons of Missouri.  I love the dot in the letter A, as well!  A nice quirky touch.
I hope these cozy cabins have inspired you to snuggle up in your favorite place at home and get comfortable with your favorite project this week-end!


moosecraft said...

They are all soooo beautiful!!! We're supposed to get 4-5 inches of rain over the next 2 days... so yah... perfect hooking weather! LOL! Has anyone hooked Lori's Sheep Garden one? That's one I'd love to hook... :-)

Alice ~ Folk Art Primitives said...

They're all great, Kris!!

from me to thee......... said...

I just LOVE your blog,,,,,looking at all these beautiful rugs is so inspirational!!!!! Love the patterns and seeing how different people hook, color choices etc....well, it is just the BEST !!! Thanks so much !!!!!

Lori said...

So fun to see so many different versions of the Give Ye Thanks rug. Thanks for showing mine Kris! I've enjoyed all the rugs you've shown. I especially love the house rugs tho!

beeinstitches said...

It's great to see the same rug hooked so many different ways. I better get busy on mine and finish it up - just love this pattern! Thanks for sharing all of them.

Crowsnest Pass Primitive Folk Art said...

Thanks so much for posting a pic of much fun to see so many versions of the same pattern. Cheers Susan