(No, not latch hooking, you children of the 80s. I'm talking about the much older technique that uses a crochet-like hook to make a running loop stitch using fabric scraps cut into strips. It began as a thrift craft, and is carried on now as a textile art with multiple styles, from folk-art 'primitive' designs using wide cuts and reclaimed fabrics to meticulously-shaded 'traditional' designs using narrow cuts and specially-dyed new material.)
I. Hooking with wool yarn
|Finished and framed, on March 11th. Destined for a bathroom wall, I think.|
#30DaysOfMaking Challenge. 30 nonconsecutive days, as it turns out.