The historical village of Norwood, Michigan was the inspiration for this folksy rug with a pastel color palate. Norwood used to be a thriving town that exported lumber to a number of locations throughout the Great Lakes. When the lumber boom died away, the long process of reforestation began. The focal point of this rug, a young tree, represents the next stage in Norwood’s history.
A Tree Grows in the Village
Published by Fiddlehead Finery
I am an artist who designs wool art in the form of hooking with wool strips. I design all my own patterns, teach in my studio and have a large inventory of wool and other supplies for sale. Visits to the studio can be made by appointment and schedule a class that is provided by DeEtta My patterns are inspired by my surrounding but mostly memories that are happy and meaningful so it is nice to share them with others in my art form! View all posts by Fiddlehead Finery