Good for you Julie!!! Your loops look great! That was how I started too, I wanted that 10 minute rug hooker so bad. I am so glad you started back.Very nice design too.
LOVE the colors!!!!...and pattern.HugsEarlene
Yay, you're hooking again. Sweet little mat
Really? Ten minutes? But its the greens and tones and the way you have combined them. Darling~xxjulie
Wow, that's wonderful Julie, love the pattern , so cute......your doing better then me.....Blessings Francine.
Look at that what a cool project, I love it!
good for you, Julie!
Looks nice. Wish I could be a hooker...in a good way. ;0) Janice
Great place to start. Once you get going again I'm open to an evening or weekend afternoon of hooking.
Really pretty Auntie!
Beautiful. this is a talent I haven't acquired.
That's pretty! A good idea to plan 10-15 minutes a day on craft projects, it's surprising how much you can do in such a short time. I might give it a go myself but on cross-stitch.
Julie ~You are off to a great start! Those 10 minutes a day can really add up, but some days it's hard to find even 10 minutes...sigh. Keep us posted on your progress.Hugs :)Lauren
Beautiful! Your hooking is so neat and the wool is gorgeous!
Sounds like a great plan...perhaps I will join you...ten minutes is, indeed, doable...most days. Wonderful mat!Robyn
Anything is doable for 10 minutes - but I'd love to know how to hook like that. What a pretty piece!
Nice beginning on a great little mat!10 minutes a day is a great plan, who knows maybe it will turn into 20 minutes.Have fun! Louise
good for you getting back to the frame.Cathy
It was a goal of mine in 2012 and I failed miserably, lol. I really like how you hooked the tree.
Amazing! Looks great! You're the boss today! Maggie/Maggie's Lil' Fixins
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