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Soooo, a winter that started off mild has turned fierce. Between ice storms last week and tonight’s predicted snow storm yikes – lots of hooking going on! So a few wonderful rugs and punch needle pieces to share:

At our last guild meeting Marie shared her samples and knowledge of Cheticamp rugs…


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Linda’s lovely Lake Erie Freighter…Image 5and her Coastal Girls (design by Deanne Fitzpatrick)…Imagethe OTHER Linda’s wonderful punch needle (design by Brenda Gervais) on a repurposed box…
Image 3Winter Town hooked by Yvonne (one of the Karla Gerard patterns I carry)…Imageand yes even I have been hooking a bit – Karen Kahle (Primitive Spirit) design hooked and punched…HPIM6461

Hopefully the snow will not be as bad as predicted – would mean Gord would have to drive that tractor for hours again. After the last major snowfall he spent 9 – YES NINE! – hours ploughing – he was a very happy man! 🙂 Out on his man toy with his I phone! However, Thursday we head for Quebec as I am teaching in Godmanchester at the Alpaca farm (L’Ourse qui Danse)! Ohhhh the alpacas are sooooo sweet and provide the most wonderful yarns! So hopefully the snow will blow by us!!!

So, hunker down, make sure you have lots of supplies and have a great hooking week!!!..


2 responses »

  1. Our snow storm in Ohio is fizzling and I hope yours does to.
    Only 19 days until spring 🙂

  2. Linda Thompson

    HI Loretta, I love the pictures you send. Louise and I would like to try and come to Stitch by Stitch, this coming week, are you there on Tuesday or Wednesday morning? Sue mentioned that you had changed the day last month. Thanks, Linda



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