This rug hooking pattern designed by Virginia fine artist, Sarah Meadows, is an adaptation of the punched tin motifs found on the 1800s food safes made in Wythe County Virginia. The highly sought-after safes can be found in private collections and in museums across the country. This rug pattern is perfect for your own primitive home and is hand drawn on primitive unbleached linen. The pattern (actual hooking design area) measures approximately 22.5x30", with a generous margin/border on the edges (outside of the drawn design) to allow for gripping on the rug hooking frame of your choice. The rug example you see pictured here was hooked using size 6 and 8 wool strips (not included). A color reference photo will be included with your pattern, but you may color plan on your own.
This is a made-to-order item. Please allow up to seven business days for the completion of your pattern. Happy hooking!