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What a fun morning! A number of hookers showed up – was it to escape the heat (store has lovely AC!) or is everyone anxious to get back into their hooking again. We had lovely show and tell. Next date at SBS will be October 6…

Gwen mounted her Seagull on barn board and added some seaside decor – soooo creative!…

HPIM6387 Louise’s fabulously bright cats paws…HPIM6388 A budding hooker – Elizabeth – working on her first piece…HPIM6389 Sue was working on this stunning landscape…HPIM6390 Wendy was working on her purse flap and decided to change the background so that it was less stripey (see right and  new left) – what a difference!!!…HPIM6391 and Linda (behind that BIGGG rug) was working with ultra wide cuts and recycled fabric. The taupe was actually 2 wide cut strips that she hooked together so that the wool would be thicker – somewhat tedious but it worked!!!!…HPIM6393

and Diane’s photo of her Maud Lewis piece hanging under a lovely chippy peely yellow shelf that I convinced her to buy (well actually I was a little late in grabbing it at Jillians) – the Fisherman is a carving by Doug Purdy and the sunflower and crow by good friend Donna… Image

7 responses »

  1. Looks like you had a fun time. Lots of great rugs for show and tell. Thanks for the shout out of the carving. I had forgotten that I did that for Diane.

  2. I love them all, especially Gwen’s seagull. How was the rope applied? With glue? That is so unique.

  3. What gorgeous rugs! The purse lap is beautiful!

  4. all so lovely and very interesting patterns….keep on stitching

  5. All are beautiful…love the shelf and Maud Lewis rug and the seagull and…..

  6. What wonderful eye candy – looks like you had a great time today!


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