Small Hot Pad—Navajo-Churro Wool #9
Linda Morton-Keithley has found a way to make a super-thick hot pad. Using an Australian variation of Britain’s locker-hooking technique, the artist pulls her wool through a rug canvas and “locks” the loops into place. Linda’s well-combed but unspun wool comes from Navajo-Churro sheep raised either in New Mexico or her own state of Idaho. Navajo-Churro sheep come in a variety of colors. Linda has used two natural shades of wool—a medium brown and a very light gray—to create her geometric design of four triangles joined in the center. A border of brown wool frames the piece.The edges are neatly finished with a whipstitch. The hot pad is about 6 in. square and ½ in thick. It’s a useful but beautiful touch for a home of any size.
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