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IAWAH OVER FOR ANOTHER YEAR…

What amazing weather we had this weekend – who would have imagined that in November we would be walking outside without jackets and boots as we spent our weekend at Camp Iawah. It was another wonderful weekend of hooking, eating (yup way or is that weigh too much as usual), laughing and sharing with old friends and new. We spent some time with the quilters enjoying their show and tell and then had our own show and tell. Some pix of our weekend work (finished and in progress)…

Helen’s mini landscapes…Image 28

Louise was working on 2 similar pieces which she will make into chair cushions…Image 26

Karen’ punch needle and wool applique…(so the iPad does not take the same quality of pix as the new iPhone – do I need an iPhone ???)…Image 25

Chris was working on snowman coasters – biggggggggg ones…Image 24

Andrea was triple whipping this sweet pony rug…Image 23

Jill hooked this piece in one day… Image 22

and hooked and finished these 5 sunflowers in a day… (and then took up punch needle on Sunday!)…Image 21

Susan who only ever works on HUGGGGGGE rugs – this was a special order from Deanne Fitzpatrick… Image 20

my Karla Gerard Blooming Circles runner – nope not finished!…Image 19

Some of the girls hooking and chatting… Image 17

Helen and Chris in their hooker Tshirts… Image 16

Betty started this piece in Deanne’s latest 3 day workshop in Amherst NS… Image 14

Jill brought along her 4 Joni Black runners…Image 13

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Susan’s Martina rug…Image 11

and another… Image 10

and her Briarwood Folkart rug (I still have one pattern like this in stock!!!)…Image 9

Ohhh be still my heart – Karen and Wendy just came back from an amazing workshop with Karen Kahle and Ali Strebel in Tipp City and this is Karen’s piece…Image 8

Helen was whipping up leafy coasters…

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Diane got inspired after Jill finished her sunflowers to make these up – yes we denuded the property of sticks!…Image 3

Donna’s beautiful rug started in a class with Evelyn Laurence at Sauder Village in hooking primitive portraits – based on 2 photos of her son when he was 2 and their dog…Image 2

Karen finished off her granddaughter’s rug – soooooo sweet!…Image 1

and Chris hooking away on her tulip rug…

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It was a productive weekend for everyone – so sad that it is once again over 😦 … but we look forward to the next one!…

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  1. Missed the show and tell but wow are these rugs gorgeous.

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  2. jagmunro@gmail.com

    That looked like a wonderful weekend.Oh my all those rugs were beautiful.I am actually trying to wrap my head around how quick you folks are.All your work is amazing.Thankyou

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  3. Wow, what inspiration and talent. Loved them all. Can you tell me whose pattern is the rug hooked with the 2 owls? It is adorable and my daughter collects owls. Oh and I love the sunflowers, never tried proddy. I am with you on the whole cell phone bit. The larger carriers really have us don’t they. Just like cable tv. Love your posts.

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  4. They are all wonderful rugs, what a lovely time you must all have had. Thank you for sharing.

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  5. Good morning Your weekly news and photos are so warm ad inspiring. Thank you. I am looking for some advice and possibly commissioned work if that is possible for some kitchen chair cushions Can you let me know if this is at all possible and then perhaps we could talk a little more. Thank you Tracy campton

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  6. HI

    Some beautiful rugs here.. I love how my designs turned out.. she did a great job!

    Hope all is well….

    Warm regards

    Joni

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  7. Fabulous, would like to hook some of those flowers and I love that Karen Kahle piece!!
    Bravo ladies.

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  8. Thanks for all the beautiful photos!

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  9. Anne & Jim Ashman

    Hi loretta….i see you have one Briarwood folk art rug with 2 black cats…..just like ours…is it still available….and if so, can you tell me the price please?

    Good cheer from anne

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