Thursday, October 29, 2015

The Base of Wool Mountain



this is a little less than half the wool strips
Mom and I have done this year
trying to divide it into basic color groups
 
pretty much overwhelmed me
this is spread out on a full size bed
I just have too much wool
if there is such a thing
 
maybe I've spent too long away from hooking
can't seem to get started...
 


14 comments:

jan said...

Every time I finish one rug project, I am stuck for a while before starting the next, even if I know what the next will be. I haven't figured it out yet, but it happens. Getting started is hard, and I don't understand why.

Saundra said...

Looks like you are ready to start at a full run on this project. Strip colors cut, separated and ready to go.

annie said...

wow!

Lori from Notforgotten Farm said...

yes you can yes you can yes you can yes you can yes you can!

Kim said...

There is no such thing as too much wool ;). I find it hard to start up again after a break but lately my hook has been busy. Get cracking

Rugs and Pugs said...

Kelley,
You're winning the battle of the worms!!!
Gorgeous colors.
Hugs :)
Lauren

Jacqueline said...

I have wool envy.

acorn hollow said...

such great colors
Cathy

Jacque. said...

You can do it, Kelley Girl. Have fun!

She Seeketh Wool said...

Beautiful wool! You know Kelley, I hadn't hooked for awhile also and it was very hard to get started again, I don't know why that is. BUT, I do know that once I started again, it felt so good and I fell in love with rug hooking all over again. So just start. Just pull one loop!

hugs
Cindy

WoolenSails said...

Those are gorgeous shades, love the coloring and you can see it, even in strips, so they will work beautifully into projects. I haven't hooked in ages and want to do some projects.

Debbie

Fran Caswell said...

Love all of that wooly goodness. Is there really such a thing as too much?

my3Kitties said...

OMG...if that is too much wool, then I am in trouble! AS I have so much wool, and I just keep on buying more and more... Beautiful colors in your piles there on the bed, looking forward to see some progress! Tammy

Gayle said...

C'mon! You can DO IT!