From a very young age I wanted to make rugs. My initial efforts consisted of pompoms sewed on to a canvas backing. I soon moved on to braided rugs and made several for my own use and as gifts. Included in my repertoire were hooked rugs – mine were very amateurish – not a patch on those hooked by my female New England ancestors. But when I got into making rya rugs I was really getting somewhere, both with color and design. After some years though, I finally got a substantial loom for weaving and then my textile efforts really took off.
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I currently wear many hats. My interests are genealogy, history, reading, knitting, and more. I now live in an assisted living retirement community. View all posts by Janet McKee