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WOODSTOCK HOOKIN…

Well, yesterday was the first day of spring and of course it is snowing today! Our little raccoon who is always a harbinger of spring (well not the same raccoon every year!) has been hanging around eating whatever I can find in the cupboards that is old and stale! So at least I am getting a little spring cleaning done and at the same time feeding our little fellow. But with snow again today we may not see him for a few days.

Last Saturday I was invited to vend at the Woodstock Hookin put on by the Oxwood Rughookers. It was a fun day with a lot of hookers joining in. Got to visit with friends, see the beautiful show and tell and oh oh – spend! I think I bought from almost every vendor 🙂 Gord played photographer so I have a few pictures to share. Unfortunately, I did not get names or designers of patterns… although I do know a few of the designs were Martina Lesar’s and Deanne Fitzpatrick. Hope you enjoy the show…

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14 responses »

  1. elaine allerton

    Great,, loretta and gord ,,,, great pictures!!! Itcwas fun chatting with u both,,,, have a great spring and summer,,,,,

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  2. Thank you both for the pictures … next best thing to being there. Again, I was inspired. I am making myself a Round The World flannel lap quilt. What better mate than a rug hooked pillow in matching colours?

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  3. wow these are great photos from the Oxwood hook in. There are a significant number of the rugs photographed from JJ Ruggers in Paris. All the nests are from a project that JJ’s did based on the inspiration of Holly O’s art (check her web page). The “all you need is love” is a graffiti designed and hooked by Cheryl Krug-Wiltse from JJ’s. “The Bees Knees” is designed and hooked by Pam Watkins also of JJ’s. Thanks for posting.

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  4. HOORAY for the lady in e pink shirt and jeans who held up all of those beautiful quilts and thanks to Gord for taking photos so you could SHOP!!!! Thanks so much for sharing! Great Hookin!

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  5. Ruby MacGregor

    I also cheer the holder upper of rugs, what stamina!! Beautiful works of art. Thanks for the show.

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  6. Almost as good as being there. A great show! I recognized a few hookers from my hooking natal home – Georgetown Hooking Guild.
    Linda on the Rock

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  7. Thanks for posting all pics. Missed the hook in but this is a great second choice 🙂

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  8. Fabulous, thanks, Loretta

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  9. Our first day of spring here had a high of 87 degrees F. And all of us are suffering from the arrival of yellow pollen. Seeing so many bright and wonderful rugs is a real treat. Thanks for sharing!

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  10. Thanks for sharing, Loretta. A magnificent collection. A great fix!

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  11. Enjoyed the rug show! And it’s really nice seeing a face with each rug!! Love your blog Loretta! Happy Spring from Cathy G. in Rice Lake, Wisconsin!

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  12. Thanks for the show 🙂

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  13. What wonderful pictures! Was sad that I missed it but this is almost at good. thanks so very much.

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  14. Louise Paintner

    The work of these ladies is incredible. Thank you for all the photos.

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