Tuesday, September 12, 2017

3-D Rug Hooked House

Today, I finished my 3-D hooked house! I am so happy with how it came out.


This project was started over the winter in a class I take with Julie Smith. Because of the birth of my grandson in March, I was unable to work on it until the spring. The house measures 11.5" x 4" x 6". It was hooked mostly with a four-cut, but there are also some 5- and 6-cuts. A few bits of yarn here and there also. The cat in the upstairs window was glued on. I used a sock weight wool yarn to sew it together.

Here are the completed pieces before construction began.



I started by sewing the side panels to each side. It proved to be fairly easy. Here is the first side panel sewn to the main house.


Once the house was sewn together, I whipped yarn around the bottom of the whole house to finish.

Here are the three other sides:




To photograph the standing house, I placed it over the light I use to hook by.

Great project. I would certainly try more 3-D patterns.


2 comments:

Billie Jane Ross said...

I can"t find out how to contact you so this is what I did. I live in Corinth, NY and belong to a rug hooking group. Do you ever schedule an appointment so you patterns and things could be looked at? We like doing little field trips.

Thank you,
Billie Jane Ross

Woolly Mammoth Woolens said...

Hi Billie Jane,

So sorry for the delay in getting back to you. I've been away. I would love to do a field trip for your group. Let me know when you meet, how many people, and what you would be interested in seeing. Thanks so much!
Michele Phillips