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IAWAH COME AND GONE…

Our weekend retreat (Hookin and no Cookin) was fabulous as ever. It is always a thrill to get together with good friends who all love what we do whether it be hooking, punching, knitting, crocheting or felting – there was a lot of different stuff going on but we were all excited and inspired. We missed a lot of our usual group but welcomed some new members who we know had a great time. So without further ado, some pix to share…

Wendy’s lovely punch needle piece framed in a beautiful Eastlake frame…



Susan’s BIGGGG scrappy rug… Wendy with her adorable little elf dolls…Sandi is hooking a pad to go on a wonderful old stool she got from me… Chris was hooking this colourful piece out of T-shirts… Andrea was hooking Abstract Paisley by Karla Gerard in yarns… Helen had finished her 2 small punch needle pieces… Sherri was working on 3 Blooms (another Karla Gerard pattern)… Betty was finishing off her fabulous piece…Karen was working on her Old Tattered Flag pattern… Grace’s funky chicken… Laura’s geometric scrappy rug… and her wings… Helen punched up this piece in yarns that she hand dyed and her Oxford needle… another view of Susan’s mega rug… Jane’s beautiful Rosemaling piece… Wendy’s crow (an RHF pattern)… I was hooking Fraktur birds…The following are pix sent to me of pieces either finished or in progress…

Mary sent me a picture of her wonderful Silly Goose…

Michelle finished her punch needle version of Karla Gerard’s Red Bird…And Della Anne finished her Antique Pineapple (Quail Hill pattern)… and Pam sent me a picture of the start on her Karla pattern…

6 responses »

  1. Great rugs!

    Would love to be included if ever there was a cancellation?

    Shelagh

    Sent from my iPad

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  2. Found your message when I got in from a walk. Thanks for sharing these lovely lovely pieces. I would so love to do an Iawah hooking weekend again. Perhaps it is in my future. I can dream can’t I? Best to all. Sending my thoughts to the Iawah gang.

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  3. Marlene Leonardo

    I like the idea of using old t-shirts. What size strips did she use? Did she just tear the shirts into strips?

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  4. wow oh wow lots of wonderful talent!

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  5. Betty’s piece, the face of the woman in the hat….looks like a Jane Steele pattern from
    River House Rug Hooking in Petite Riviere, NS….is it?

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  6. Cathrine Dunlop

    Such talent!

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