Adapted from the artwork of Lori Brechlin/Notforgotten Farm
Hooked by Bunnie McGee
September is here and the air is cooler. The crickets are chirping and the little pumpkin in our pumpkin patch is the perfect orange (it was from a volunteer plant and we only got one pumpkin this year). I've seen a few leaves turning red and our local cider mill has opened today. Welcome to Fall! My favorite time of year so I'm focusing on some great fall rugs to show you in the coming days.
I worked with Bunnie a few years ago on the color plan for this rug at a rug camp in Arkansas, however she did have some ideas of how she wanted her rug to look. What I love about her rug is that the color plan is simple and neutral and has a soft lovely glow to it. She used a few different values of black/warm gray along with the parchment colored background. A few pops of orange here and there complete the traditional Halloween colors. A fun rug to commemorate October 31st without all the usual Halloween goblins and ghosts. I think her rug is the perfect example. Bravo, Bunnie, on a beautiful rug! Thanks for sharing!
You can find the pattern here: