This listing is for the rug hooking pattern "Home Sweet Home", hand drawn on your choice of either cotton monks cloth or primitive linen. A 4" x 6" photo is included. For more info on foundation fabrics see FAQ.
The design is 20" x 36" and is hand drawn on the foundation fabric with at least 4 inch borders. Care has been taken to draw all straight lines on the grain line so that your rug will finish square. The outer raw edges of the fabric have been serged to prevent raveling while hooking.
A finished sample included in the photos to give you an idea of how I hooked this pattern. I love red houses so I chose red for the house using a medium and deep red alternately to make it resemble siding. The roof is hooked from an over dyed plaid of red, green and tan. I like how it mixes up when hooked. The trees were hooked with lots of leftover strips of wool in light blues and greens. The sky was a mix of deep blues, purples, teals. The outer border is a mix of medium teals.
If you would like to purchase a wool pack that will hook this design in similar colors, here's a link:
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Please feel free to contact me about special orders by clicking on the "request a custom order" button. I have a lot of inventory that is not listed.
If you are looking for a specific color or texture, I will be happy to check my inventory. If you are able to send a photo, that is a great help to me in understanding what you are looking for.
Special Orders are non returnable. Wool Kits and Wool Packs that have been cut in strips for rug hooking are not refundable.
Designs and patterns that have been customized and/or personalized cannot be returned.
Cotton Monks Cloth is 100% cotton woven with two warp threads and two weft threads has 12 x 13 holes per inch. It is great for hooking with all cuts of wool, from fine to primitive cuts. It is less expensive than primitive linen.
Primitive linen is 100% linen, the most durable backing fabric. It is more expensive than other backing fabrics. The evenly spaced weave of 12 x 12 threads per inch makes it great for all primitive cuts, #7 and wider.
Beginners usually have an easier time hooking with linen.
Both are fine and long lasting choices for the backing to support and make your hooked rug durable. I use both types, but usually choose linen for larger projects.
Yes, if the difference is $3.00 or more. Etsy calculations, especially on orders with multiple items, can add up to more than the actual shipping. I will let you know when your order is ready to ship if you will be receiving a shipping refund.
All designs, photographs and content are copyright materials and may not be reproduced or transferred in any manner without express permission from Mary Johnson. All designs and patterns purchased are for personal one time use only. The purchased item may be given as a gift to another person, but may not be reproduced, transferred, redrawn or copied to give to others. Thank you for respecting the property and business of the artist.
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Apr 14, 2022
Jun 3, 2021
Wonderful pattern! Arrived very quickly & exactly as described. I highly recommend this seller.
Jan 12, 2021
Sorry for the feedback delay. My mail was on hold as I was on vacation. This pattern is perfect. My friend is going to love it. She adores rug hooking and I know she has acquired quite a stash to complete it. Have a wonderful day and thank you again.
May 1, 2012
Thank you, nicely done!