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Cat and Dog Micro Rugs

These adorable little guys are more micro-sized rugs! I free-handed the tortie in some extra space I had around another rug, and it’s extra small at just under 6” on the longest side. I created a template for the two tabby rugs, but they ballooned a bit up to 7”. They feel a little hefty for tree ornaments, but they’d still be very cute wall decor! The puppers are also around 7” but are quite a bit lighter because of their shape.

The blue tortie is available for sale, but the blue tabby is a door prize at the Capital Art Sale running at 1111 Regent St. Today is the last day, so please be sure to check them out!

If you’re interested in learning how to make something like this, you can check out my Skillshare class on rug tufting!

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If you’d like a custom rainbow rug (or other rainbow-y art) of your pet, please feel free to check out my shop for pricing info.

Mini Border Collie Rugs

Here are two small rugs of a border collie puppy! I really love the look of the orange border collie for some reason. These are the last two rugs I’ll be making from this design! I’m excited to create some new, smaller designs for next year.

These rugs are about 13” on the longest side and come with two D-rings attached for easy wall-hanging.

These rugs will be available at the Capital Art Sale running December 7-10 at 1111 Regent St.

If you’re interested in learning how to make something like this, you can check out my Skillshare class on rug tufting!

Use my referral link to try Skillshare for free for one month!

If you’d like a custom rainbow rug (or other rainbow-y art) of your pet, please feel free to check out my shop for pricing info.

Riley

This lovely boy, Riley, was commissioned by a local private client. They specifically wanted an analogous colour scheme using only cool colours which added a fun little challenge to this piece. I usually rely on using complementary colours (colours opposite each other on the colour wheel) for the face and eyes to help the eyes really stand out, but that wasn’t an option here. Overall, I think this piece turned out really well, and I really enjoyed the challenge.