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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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Sunday, November 25, 2012

New Feather Tree Pattern on Linen!

Red House Feather Tree~Designed by Cathy G

Right before our Open House last weekend I finished hooking this little feather tree rug!  I drew the pattern on linen and picked some fun Christmas colored wools and hooked it up in a jiffy!  If you would like to hook one quick before Christmas I have a few drawn up on Dorr quality primitive linen ready to hook.  The mat measures 14 inches tall by 7 inches wide.  It comes with a little photo of the finished rug too. 
The cost is 25.00 which includes the postage to USA or Canada. 
Email me at antcathy@charter.net  if you would like one.
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Thanks so much!



These will only be available for a limited time and only available on linen.   Since tomorrow is Cyber Monday I thought I would get it on the act by offering a little something for my online friends to purchase!  Thanks so much!    
                      
      

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(French Urn pattern from Need'l Love French Market Threads Book~Design by Maggie Bonanomi)
The French Urn Rug is coming along too!  I have to watch The Good Wife tonight and hook a little more.  Hope your weekend was filled with good things!

Cathy G



10 comments:

  1. Love the rugs, you do such wonderful work, mine look mighty sad but must keep trying.....Enjoy the Good Wife.....Blessings Francine.

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  2. I'm sure those little trees will get snapped up quickly. The urn is looking great. I really like those colors

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  3. Well you inspired me.... I'm heading down the basement this morning to bring up Christmas things. I didn't put out my feather tree last year, but this year it's going up. LOVE your new pattern Cathy, and also the piece your working on. Your hooking style is a favorite of mine.....

    xo
    dulcy

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  4. Wow,Cathy, you are so productive in the hooking department. Your feather tree is so cute. You have a creative mind. The urn rug is judt beautiful and I can't believe how fast you are hooking this up. Love the little touch of red in the corner to balance nicely.
    Hugs
    JB

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  5. Oh, I just love the little tree! :-)

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  6. Cathy, I have one of your lil feather trees, love it!!! and you are finishing your rug at record speed!!! happy hookin! OLM

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  7. Hi Cathy

    While I haven't been blogging for awhile, I have always kept track of my dear blogging friends such as yourself. Great job all around and congratulations on the studio. Beautiful job! Maddy and I are doing okay and we are back to blogging ;)

    Thanks for your warm comments yesterday!

    Julie

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  8. Wow ...you're really moving along on the blue urn rug...it's fabulous! The colors are so pretty! Love the little tree rug...my very first rug was a little Christmas tree!
    Have a great week,
    Robyn

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  9. Good grief woman, I can't keep up with you in the hooking department. Cute design and it reminds me to bring down the handmade feather tree I did a few years ago. But first need to clean.

    Saundra

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