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goteborg

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Taken from an old  Swedish cross stitch pattern

Hooked by Gun-Marie Nalsen   2016

Rug hooking and felting

Wool fabric, and wool roving on linen

16.5″ x 28″

The cross stitch was given to me by my cousin Bernt, his mother made it, so I transferred to rug hooking and I love how it came out!

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