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Ewe Who Rug Hooking Pattern

By: Maria Barton/Star Rug Company for rughookingmagazine.com
Ewe Who Rug Hooking Pattern
Ewe Who Rug Hooking Pattern

An adorable sheep and whimsical owl become fast friends in this Ewe Who Rug Hooking Pattern. This uniquely shaped free rug hooking pattern is the perfect way to express your love of animals in a creative form. The step-by-step tutorial for this rug is thorough and well-written, so if you've never given rug hooking a try, this is the perfect opportunity. Once you become immersed in this art form, you'll never have to buy a rug for your home again. Instead, you can simply create a beautiful design like this with your own two hands.

Intermediate

Finished Size18" x 19"

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