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CAMP IAWAH RUGHOOKING CLASS OF 2014…

And here they are – the pix of the rugs created by our 2 classes – ages 8 – 14…pretty amazing. There were wool strips, yarns, buttons and bling used in the rugs…

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HPIM5602and the following pix are the pieces done in the other art class taught by Hilda…

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HPIM5606For those of you who have hooked the 2 Fully Wooly Primitives patterns I have carried in the past i.e. Market Day and A Winter’s Day, I now have Spring 1811 and Summer 1811. They have not yet been hooked, although I do hope to start one this week, but if you are interested in info please contact me. The patterns are the same size as the others i.e. 42. x 13 and the price is $50.00. Thank you Joni for sending me these patterns…

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5 responses »

  1. Lotsa talent there! How fun!

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  2. Ruby Macgregor

    I could learn from these kids—fantastic talent. Just love the eagle and chipmonks—what precious keep sakes. Love very piece taught by “H”

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  3. Hi Loretta, Congratulations on your classes! There sure are some great young artists out there. I thin k it is wonderful for you and your friends to give your time and knowledge so others can learn something that they will enjoy for a lifetime. Hope your well and having a great summer! Cheers, Leslie Koenig

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  4. Oh so inspiring and so wonderful, that youth is embracing this craft. We need to mix “sunny seniors” with some young, vibrant people. I fear our craft will be lost on the next generation so am so grateful that you are mentoring and sharing your knowledge.

    Your kindness is so appreciated.

    Laurie

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  5. Awesome rugs by those young girls. However, I was blown away by the owls!

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