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MALLORYTOWN FAIR, HOOKIN AND NOW OFF TO CARVE…

The last few days have been such fun – Saturday’s Mallorytown Fair was lovely – hot and sticky but lovely. Great artists and vendors (mmmm good baking which I bought to pass off as my OWN homemade at the hookin) and great music. It was fun to see people walking around with olde tyme candy, cuddle the rabbits that were there for judging and just hook and chat all day! ALTHOUGH wool and heat are not a good combination! If the lake were not so low (has dropped 2 feet this summer) I would have jumped right in when we got home.

The hookin yesterday was – as usual – wonderful. Amazing rugs and desserts and Captain Hiliner took some of the hookers for a paddle and swim (another hot sticky day!). Here are some of the rugs from show and tell:

Peri’s Turtles

Elizabeth’s NO WOOL rug started in a great class at the annual in May:

Cathy’s Sharon Smith rug:

Cathy’s OTHER Sharon Smith rug:

Kim’s rug based on a design by Lydia Quigley:

Linda hooking her Holly Hill design:

Barb with her Deanne Fitzpatrick rug:

Alana with a new rug to be combined with mosaic glass:

Deb’s rug (too big for my camera!!!):

Suzanne with one of her amazingly primitive chairpads:

Lydia’s toothbrush rug (a lotttt more difficult than it looks):

Nancy with her peacock feather rug:

Christine hiding behind her punkin:

Susan with her latest Karen Kahle rug:

and another KK rug:

and another KK rug!!! (are we on a mission here? – lllooovvee this rug!!!):

Sandi’s fraktur rug:

Donna’s antique rug purchased on an antiquing trip:

Anne’s quilt of many colours:

And her reproduction of an antique rug – almost done!:

Barb’s Sharon Smith bird tree rug:

and her Turkey Rug – love the edge on this one!:

Today off to take a primitive carving class taught by Donna. Will post pix later this week – assuming that unlike my father I do not cut off fingers (yes he has very few remaining fingers and thumbs – hope this is not a family flaw!).

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4 responses »

  1. The Country Mouse

    Amazing!

    Fabulous!!

    Awesome!!!

    You gals are a marvel-mouse inspiration to this wee mortal.

    HOOKERS ROCK!!!

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  2. Great photos and a wonderful day. The lake swim was especially memorable. Imagine having a partner that cruises around a gaggle of women giving informed comments on their rug hooking. You are blessed in many ways loretta!

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  3. The rugs are all amazing. Looks like I missed a wonderful, inspiring day! Will try and NOT miss the next one. Hope you post pics of the carving, can’t wait to see.

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  4. Love the different styles and colors of the rugs. I wish I had a group to hook with.

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