Exclusive Pattern: Traditional crewel colors shine in this table topper.
Arundel Crewel, 15" round, #3- and #4-cut wool. Designed by Joan Moshimer and hooked by Lisanne Miller, Wells, Maine, 2016.
Arundel Crewel, designed by Joan Moshimer, is a classic pattern that, when hooked as shown, is a traditional crewel color plan.
At 15" round, Arundel Crewel is a pattern that allows you to “taste” or “test” a new color palette, try new techniques, and even explore new binding options. Small projects like this are good for creative explorations. I found this pattern was the perfect “travel” pattern for my long trips last fall.
Arundel Crewel lends itself to being hooked in tones and values of one color: bright or muted, or any color play you choose. For this version of Arundel Crewel, I chose traditional crewel colors. The soft and light background has a bit of variation; it is a spot dye called Mother of Pearl. Once I chose this light background, it was easy to settle on the wonderful shades of violet, turquoise, and rich greens for the motifs in the design.
To order the pattern or the kit for Arundel Crewel, contact Rug Hooking magazine, 1-877-297-0965. Or order online at www.rughookingmagazine.com. The cost for the pattern on linen is $28, plus shipping and handling. A kit with the pattern on linen, wool for hooking, color picture, and binding tape: $95 plus shipping and handling.
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