RUG HOOKING ARTIST TRADING CARDS
I know- I said I didn’t feel hooking was my medium for ATCs but I thought I should give it a try before saying no . . .so,. . .
I have been playing around with leftover strips from my #3 cut days . . .which were not many! . . . . .as I prefer #9 cut hooked rugs!
My little WHALE hook was hand carved for me by Eugene Stanton of Sandy Cove ,Nova Scotia-a one of a kind . . . .
ATCs or . . .artist trading cards are to be the size of baseball cards 2.5 ‘’ X 3.5 ‘’ and if you want to trade -I suggest staying inside that size. . . . I hate rules but this is ok. . . . .
I used a cardboard 2.5X3.5''template to check my size as I was working because the hooking tends to make the card grow bigger . . .
cards must also be signed on the back . . . . .
this I will do on thin muslin with a sharpie pen.
Contact: email and your address and
I will glue the edges as I don’t want these little hooked cards to be any thicker than they already are!
I have posted my little results . . . they are fun to do . . .just start hooking or draw some guidelines . . .
Will I trade them? Who knows . . .maybe I’ll glue a pin on the back and wear them all at once! Will I make any more?Not sure . . . as I still prefer drawing and sewing and making collages and have lots of them done.
By the way . . . .
you can send pictures and a little write up to Rug Hooking Magazine . . . .
‘’they’d love to hear from you – answer the poll question on rhe home page or send an e-mail to email@example.com
and put "ATC" in the subject line.watch for more information on ATCs in the June/July/August 2010 issue of Rug Hooking