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This weekend is Iawah retreat weekend – a weekend of hooking (well sometimes we get a bit done), inspiring, schmoozing, pinteresting, eating (maybe too much of this 🙂 ) in the company of likeminded hooking friends. ONE MORE SLEEP!… I HOPE to take many pix of wonderful rugs etc. to share with you next week.

In the meantime, though, here are a couple of rugs done by my dear friend Ruby who is just toooo prolific.

Ruby’s version of my Loon kit(cannot wait till the ice goes out on our lake and our loons are back)…Imageand her version of the second Deanne Fitzpatrick pattern of the  month – with her usual fun adaptations!…
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Next week I will be at Stitch by Stitch on Wednesday from 10 – 12 with new patterns and wool. Alana Kapell, designer of rughooking patterns, will be joining us for a bit of show and tell. Stitch by Stitch will be moving beginning of May to a new location (not far from the old one) so this will be our last meeting at the old location. Come May we will be at the new location at 550 Days Road at Golden Mile Road.

ALSO if you are in the area, our Rideau Valley Boots and Baskets guild has their auction next Thursday from 11 – 2. Join us – we welcome everyone – and bring your $$$ (well probably only $$ as we usually sell off for really good prices) and go home with some new additions to your hooking stash. We are located in Burrits Rapids at the community centre.


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  1. Nice to see the owl pattern. I have not hooked mine yet still working on the first DF pattern of the month. Best wishes to the Camp Iawah crowd. Will be thinking about you. See you on the 22nd in Burritt’s Rapids.


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