Woolly Day on Moosebay!
|12" round woolly mat by Renee Plains of Liberty Star Designs.
I display my tiniest feather tree on this one.
|Love the little snow men faces.
I used a tweedy wool for the background that kind of looks like a night sky.
|This penny mat is included in the same pattern as the little mat above.
It measures 14.5" sort of round.
|Variegated red/green thread used to sew the pennies down.
I guess you can see I used the same wool background peeking out from behind the pennies.
|A few more little woolly things.
|The holly block is from an old Kansas City Star pattern.
Measures 8.5" x 16.5"
I love this design and made this wool mat to show an alternate application of the patterns when they were our Stitch Therapy project in 2012.
|The pennies on the tongues were especially fun to add.
|We are Family pattern. Measures 3.25" x 10"
This tiny punch-needle mat is glued to the wool backing that I cut out to resemble tongues.
|A little wool mitten on Osnaburg with a very primitive binding....
not sure where the pattern/idea came from because it's really old!
Measures 7" x 8.25"
|This is my own design. I wanted to use a beautiful piece of hand dyed wool that I had in my stash.
O! Mistletoe! measures 16" across.
|Mistletoe: a symbol of love, marriage and peace.