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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, December 21, 2014

Feather Tree Pattern Freebie!


The elves here at Red House Wool Studio have been hard at work trying to teach their boss ( me..Cathy G.) how to share a file of a pattern with my blog readers.  Well after much discussion on the subject of trying to teach an old blogger new tricks I am hoping this works!

So here goes!!  My gift to you the pattern for the Feather Tree rug I designed a couple of years ago!
One of my all time favorites to hook!
It hooks up real quick!
I made mine 7 by 14 inches and you can see it in the photo above hanging on the door of my old cupboard in the studio!

I am hoping you can click on the photo or drag it to your desktop and print it out!  You will have to reduce ( which would be nice for punch needle or enlarge for rug hooking).  In any event I hope you are more computer savy than this old broad!!  Tee Hee!!
So enjoy dear friends and may you all have a Joyous Christmas and Blessings a Plenty in the coming New Year!!

Send me pics of your Feather Tree rugs!!

Hugs!
Cathy G













19 comments:

  1. what a lovely gift to all your followers.
    have a wonderful Christmas.
    Cathy

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  2. Cathy, thanks so much for the feather tree pattern. It is perfect for my first punch needle that I will start after Christmas, then will enlarge for a gift for 2015 Christmas. I had no trouble getting the pattern to my desk top. Ya did good. I think that I'm in the same boat as you------not computer smart. May your Christmas be blessed with happiness and joy as you celebrate with your family. Yours probably will be a white one, where ours will just be wet :-(.

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  3. I really need to get my hooking out and start hooking again.
    Fun pattern and would be nice to add it as a runner or table topper with two trees on the end.

    Debbie

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  4. Thanks for sharing, Cathy. I hooked a small feather tree mat years ago and for the life of me, I can't find it :(
    Merry Christmas and may 2015 be your best year ever.
    Hugs :)
    Lauren

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  5. Thank you so much Kathy!! I am not a hooker.......yet.......but I can punch, and then hook later when I learn!!!
    What a lovely gift from a lovely gal!!
    Hope you have a wonderful Christmas!!
    Christmas Hugs~
    Julie

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  6. Thanks Cathy for the thoughtful gift. I've got it saved on my desktop. Life has been the busiest in years for me and I haven't pulled a single hoop on my grandfather rug in the last three weeks. I hope life will slow down after the holidays.

    Merry Christmas and all the Best for the New Year.
    Hugs,
    JB

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  7. Oh, Cathy, thank you so much for this wonderful pattern. I have always admired this rug. Have a wonderful Christmas!
    Melinda

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  8. Saved and printed! Thank you Cathy! Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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  9. Thank you and Merry Christmas to,you and yours.

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  10. Love this pattern! Thank you for sharing it, don't know if I'll hook or PN it first! Have a Merry Christmas, Cathy!

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  11. So very generous of you to gift us with your sweet little feather tree pattern Cathy! Thank you so much. Merry Christmas, Lori

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  12. How delightful - thanks so much!

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  13. Thanks, Cathy! Love the pattern and can't wait to get hooking.

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  14. Thank You - I love it very much!!!

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  15. Thank you, Cathy. Beautifully simple image. I started working on your "Merry Christmas" plenty early enough, but life happened to get in the way. I may finish it this season or maybe not until next, but your "Feather Tree" will also be done next year for sure.

    Have a wonderful holiday season.

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  16. I just love feather trees, and your pattern is darling! I didn't think I'd add anymore Christmas decorations, but a little feather tree made it's way into my home. Imagine that!
    xo
    dulcy

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