Create your own beautiful wall hanging or area rug of Ontario’s very own badlands with this latch hook pattern. Ontario’s badlands formed from early farming practices which cleared away the original forest and exposed the shallow top soil to rapid erosion. The red earth mounds and gullies forms a striking contrast with the mature forest that hems it in on all sides. The intricate design of this unique landscape provides a challenge for those seasoned hands at rug hooking who are always on the lookout for their next project.
Both medium (16” by 24”) and large (32” by 48”) patterns available. Listed sizes are based off ¼” latch hook graph. Pattern downloads include a legend with thread counts for all colours. Listing images are colour maps for their respective patterns and show an approximation of what the finished piece would look like for each pattern.
Source image for the patterns is by Matthew Henry and taken from burst.shopify.com.