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Rice Lake, WI, United States
My home town is Rice Lake, a small town in northern Wisconsin. I own Red House Wool Studio~ an in-home wool and rug hooking business. I enjoy collecting and decorating with antiques and primitives. Orange Sink Blog is a journal of my interests and ramblings about life. Cathy Greschner

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Thursday, February 16, 2012

Who Let The Sheep Out!!

Okay..... I confess.... that would be me!  I was going to wait until tomorrow to show you my sheepy creations for tomorrows update on Primitive Handmades Mercantile!  It's just too darn exciting for me to contain myself!  Here is a little sneak peak.  But I won't say anymore about it now so you will have to go to the "Merc" tomorrow and see all the sheepy things and other beautiful hand mades by the artists and I do mean ARTISTS who have been working their little fingers off to offer you top quality and unique creations! Join us after midnight tonight........  and throughout the day tomorrow 
Friday ( Feb. 17th) for this months update!!  

I wanted to let you know too that I have my second PAPER rug hooking pattern all ready to go for sale over on my selling blog Red House Wool Studio. This is a fun spring pattern called "Flowers and Tongues".   Hop on over there for more details.  
So much going on it makes my head spin!  I'm cutting wool for the class kits and getting the final things in place for that.  Try multiplying everything you do by 10!  That's how many students are now enrolled!  It's a full class so if any one local logs on here and is interested in learning to hook rugs please contact me.  I will set something up so you don't have to wait until next years class at WITC to start learning!
I'm off to the studio!  See you tomorrow!

Cathy G


  1. Love the sneak peak!!

    Have a wonderful evening~Becky

  2. The sneak peek looks fabulous. Can't wait to see more. Its great that your class is full. Lucky ladies!

  3. I have my eye on that lovely pattern! You make me happy with all of your buzzing energy about the successes coming your way. I just love it!
    Have a great weekend!

  4. I can't wait to see all the "sheepy" items, thanks for the tease. Congratulations, the pattern designs are wonderful, might you put together hooking kits? Have a wonderful weekend, Julie.

  5. Too fun, Cathy! I'm excited about what you're doing. Thanks for the peek!

  6. cathy, every time i read one of your posts i wanna move to your area so we can hang out and make stuff together (--- but only then - new mexico is too beautiful to really wanna leave...!)! i adore the things you create and i love your love for the details that make all the difference! enjoy this spout of crazy craftiness that can leave us exhausted but is at the same time energizing... if that makes any sense ;-)
    enjoy this weekend - hugs - dag

  7. ...oh and are you planning to make more of that adorable sheep pin cushion? - put me on the list for pre-orders, i was too late for this one...!!!

  8. OMGosh!!!! Now that I have seen all of the sheep........wowser, was he a beauty. Just gorgeous!!!! Such talent here, Cath!

  9. Cathy, your creativity never cease to amaze me. I love that sheep . Thanks for the sneak peek. I'm loving all your work. It's always a joy coming over here. JB

  10. Hi, Cathy. You made some beautiful things for the PHM. One of the themes was sheep and you did a fabulous job.

  11. I love the rug so cute and I am headed over to see the sheep.


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