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PIX FROM CAMP…

Another wonderful weekend at Camp Iawah where we hooked, punched, communed and slept hmmm – NOT MUCH.  It was creative and inspiring and we are already looking forward to the next retreat weekend. So a few pictures to share with you of things that were finished or started at camp…

Betty was working on her horse rug…

Punch needle pieces by Andrea… YES WE DO NEED TO GET RID OF THE UNDERLYING CARPET :-)…

Helen working on a punch needle street scene to be attached to an antique box…

Liz working on her beaver rug…

Sheila’s finished landscape…

Sandi’s Canadian moose heading for the annual this coming weekend…

Sheila’s current landscape rug with all the luscious yarns being used…

Chris finished this Karla Gerard pattern…

and Vince framed her 3 Blooms Karla Gerard rug beautifully in barnwood…

Jill finished Secluded – another Karla Gerard pattern…

Chris’ completed Noel rug…

and her street scene from Montreal…

Jill was starting a new sheep pattern by Karla Gerard…

Laura was working on a wool appliqué from the Olde Tattered Flag…

Betty was working on her Joanne Gerwig sheep pattern with proddy, sculpting, beading appliqué and curly locks in the sheep…

Diane punched this little piece which she then attached to an antique iron…

and finished off her punch needle piece attached to a primitive sled…

Susan brought her Hen House (one of the Briarwood Folkart patterns I carry)…

Wendy was working on her lovely pattern from American Country Rugs…

Jill was finishing her wedding rug for her son and his fiancée…

Susan brought another biggggg rug – so big I could not get it all in one shot…

Karen finished her Karen Kahle Vermont rug…

Laura made a pair of felted slippers…

Karen was working on her rabbit…

Susan was working on a huge antique reproduction…

Louise finished her beautiful houses rug…

and a bunch of us made quillie trees!

This coming weekend I will be vending at the OHCG annual in Cobourg.  If you are not registered for the full weekend remember, Sunday is open to the public.  There will be hundreds of beautiful rugs on display and a ton of exciting vendors. Hope many of you can come and enjoy the show.

My next date at Stitch by Stitch will be May 9 – in error I told a lot of people it was next week – where is my head!!!! (well where is my computer calendar – cannot get through a day anymore without it!)

 

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7 responses »

  1. Wow! Some great rugs there. I really like the one of houses around the perimeter of the rug.

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  2. Thank you for posting these lovely lovely creations. I look at each rug and see the face of the hooker. I miss all of you. Some day I hope to return to at least one Iawah hook in.

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  3. I also missed being with you this weekend. However, the sun, surf and poolside service made up for it! Love everyone’s work. Looking forward to seeing everyone in the fall.

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  4. What super beautiful creations…. I am just starting to learn punch needle which I love.. I also Love your quillie trees… Smile… may I ask where your retreat is located…you all seem like such lovely ladies.. Smile

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  5. Thanks for all the eye candy! Lots of great projects being worked on……

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  6. So many lovely rugs! Thanks for sharing these. I am both humbled and motivated to get better.
    I especially love the ” lucious yarn” for Sheila’s new landscape. Sure hope there will be more photos as it progresses.

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  7. Hi Lorretta I finished ” the dogs rug” as it’s called around here, it’s going up to live in front of the fireplace at our cottage this weekend so I thought I’d send you a picture before Tripp takes it over. Have a wonderful weekend in Coburg Sues promised to send some pictures. Hope to see you soon Tara

    On Wed, Apr 26, 2017 at 6:41 AM Hooked On The Lake wrote:

    > hookedonthelake posted: “Another wonderful weekend at Camp Iawah where we > hooked, punched, communed and slept hmmm – NOT MUCH. It was creative and > inspiring and we are already looking forward to the next retreat weekend. > So a few pictures to share with you of things that were fi” >

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