There's winding streams
A field of wheat
A pond for ducks
A green lawn
A garden with vegetables growing, and meandering paths.
It has been backed with burlap, and the edges neatly bound with yarn. I couldn't find any information on the web on how to bind a rug. Apparently most crafters don't bind their rugs, but use some kind of self adhesive cloth tape. I couldn't see that working with this style of rug, and it needed a backing, as the underside was a mess, so I just copied what appeared to be done on my oriental rugs. I am really pleased with how it turned out.
This rug combines knitting, latch hooking, needlepoint, and embroidery. I used over fifteen different yarns, all of them being wool, or a wool blend. The surprising thing about this rug, was that it was actually very easy to make. It was time consuming, and I have to admit there were times I thought this would sit in my closet, unfinished forever, but now that it's done, I almost miss working on it.
Now I need animals! I have a duck and a chicken, but I don't think that quite makes up a farm.