Friday, October 28, 2016

Rug Hooking Bloggers


this doesn't always go well when posting from my Kindle...

if you are a rug hooker and blogger...a blogger who has kept posting regularly

thank you

I enjoy blogs...especially about hooked rugs

so

it's time for a giveaway...

I have too much wool...

seriously...it's the dark colors

post a comment here by midnight 10/29/16

I'll draw a winner Sunday morning...



32 comments:

WoolenSails said...

So what colors are you into now?
I have different color schemes in different rooms, makes it fun to decorate differently in each.

Debbie

Darlene said...

I thought one could never have too much wool!

dee said...

Are you sure you have too much wool? You are the only person I know who feels that way!!! Bless you.

3millplainrd said...

I love checking your blog for rug hooking inspiration. I am self taught and learn new ideas and techniques from blogs like yours. Thank you for your frequent posts also, I know it takes time.

Deirdre said...

I start each day by reading your blog Kelley.

Jacqueline said...

I too appreciate the effort of the gracious people that take the time and effort it takes to blog. I have learned so much this way and look forward to checking for posts from my "friends " daily.

Thanks for a chance at your wool giveaway.

Susan Bodnar said...

Too much wool never!!

Doreen Frost said...

You are so generous but truly...can you ever have to much wool. :)

Wishing you a lovely day, doreen

Maureen McKay said...

I love reading your blog! I especially love seeing what kitty stuff you'll have for your header. Love your kitty patterns, too!

lynnann said...

Morning Miss Kelley....... love your kitty photos. We have 4 in the home... and wouldn't trade them for anything.... also, love reading about your "momma" adventures.

Dirt Road Primitives said...

Too much wool oh my goodness I couldn't imagine......I would love a chance to win......

Blessings
Rhonda

Jo said...

Never enough wool! I enjoy reading rug hooking blogs too! Thanks for keeping it going!

Shasta Matova said...

I don't have any wool, but I have been admiring all those beautiful projects for years. I subscribe to a magazine that makes project out of wool and belong to several Facebook groups that make wool projects, but I haven't ventured out to buy any yet.

lou said...

I love the soft aqua/blue green colors. They are my new neutral that seems to find its way into my rugs and my room. Right now it is so nice with rusts, olive greens and browns. I have lots of wools also but I always seem to see another that I can't resist.

Lori from Notforgotten Farm said...

too much wool???? never!
L

kstehens100 said...

I love your designs.
Hugs, Kat

Rugs and Pugs said...

I, too, thank the bloggers who are still posting! I find it so much more personal than Facebook.
Too much wool? Heck yeah, but I could always use more darks!
Thanks so much for your generosity.
Hugs :)
Lauren

louise said...

I'm sure you are mistaken. No one has too much wool.

Ann K. said...

Thank you for the inspiration (and the giveaway!) Enjoy your weekend!

Saundra said...

Totally agree with you about enjoying blogs kept up by hookers. Seems so many have opted for FB which I find less friendly and unappealing.
I'm also guilty of having too much wool but would never ever turn down a free piece. Seems that I also lean toward the dark and dirty wool so right up my alley.

Shannon said...

Love all the rug hooking blogs still out there, also exploring the rug hooking community on Instagram these days. Would love to diversify my stash - just started hooking last year :)

marie said...

Never enough wool! Thanks for blogging as many don't do FB. I love reading what people are doing as you can always learn a thing or two.

Julie - My Primitive Heart said...

Hi Kelley,
I am one of those people who have a fabric addiction, so I could never have too much wool!!! I truly enjoy your blog for so many reasons, and know personally how much time and effort (at least it does for me!) it takes to do a post, so THANK YOU for your blog and for all the sweet kitty headers you share, seeing your rugs, and sharing about your dear mom!!
Thanks for your generous Giveaway, and want to let you know that I am also having one on my blog as well!! Do stop by when you get a chance!
Heart Hugs~
Julie

Betty in MO said...

What an honor to have some of your wool Thanks for the give away.

Betty in the Ozarks

TheCrankyCrow said...

Too much wool? Psshhhawww.... No such thing!!! Especially dark muddy colors.... ;o) You are so truly generous, but please don't count me in the giveaway as I have not only been a wretchedly unfaithful blogger, but the same can be said about my hooking. I do vow to get back to both...as my world was much more "centered" with those two things in it....but that is, at this point, only a vow.... Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

Linda said...

I really enjoy blogs. I Haved learned so much and the recipes are always winners Thank you for the giveaway Please enter me I havent gotten to the place where I have too much wool

linda m
5054oldcars@att.net

NMK said...

Too funny we all think the same "too much wool ...never ! " I always check out your blog .....you are so good with your Mom keeping her busy & involved ....Your free designs you recently posted are so cute too .....enter me too !!! Thank you !

Dog Trot Farm said...

Any opportunity to acquire wool...is a good day...thank you for the chance...

Susie Kepley said...

Well I'm not a blog writer but I love reading blogs does that count? And who ever heard such nonsense "to much wool" never.

She Seeketh Wool said...

I gave up on my blog. Couldn't figure out what to talk about to be honest with you. But wool....not that stops me in my tracks. I have a lot to talk about when the subject is wool. You can never, ever ,ever have enough wool.

hugs
Cindy

Carmen Sutton said...

I love checking in on your blog to see your rug progress and find out how "mom" is doing it is wonderful to see such care you take of her. I am in agreement with most that there can never be to much wool! Thanks for sharing.

Debra said...

What sweet sheep.