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This past weekend I spent a wonderful 2 days in Montreal with a group of fun and creative hookers at hmmmmm, a nunnery! The time slid by way too quickly but I did manage to get some pictures of what people were working on… Enjoy…

Ti’s Celtic knot chairpad for the Barachois Church 200 Cushions project… Carolyn was working on ultra wide cut… Carolyn’s (the other Carolyn) mega runner for her neighbours (I should have tried to get her to adopt me for the next big rug!)… I was working on finishing a rug for a friend who has vision problems now and cannot hook anymore… Rosemary was working on her Maud Lewis… Jacques’ fabulous rug …  Ti did her self portrait all in velvets (see her supply below!)…Luscious luscious…
Diane was working on her scrappy rug… Dawna’s chairpad for the 200 Cushions project… Candace’s leaves and thistle rug… Sampler by Claire (taught be Carol Shewan)…
Helen was punching a lovely piece… Carol’s Downton Abbey tribute rug… Chris’s Dancing ladies done in velvets and pantyhose!… Claire was working on this lovely beach scene…
Maureen’s mountain landscape…
Sherri – colour planning her Karla Gerard 3 Blooms… Ti’s multi media pieces…

6 responses »

  1. Great weekend! Thanks for sharing the pictures. I’m in awe of this creative group.

  2. Lovely pics! Such talent!!!! Nancy

    Sent from Nancy’s iPad


  3. hi Loretta. I commented on your last post asking about getting some magic carpet dye…can you get back to me and let me know if you sell? thx

  4. Amazing projects!

  5. All fabulous..hope I can connect with you on Sunday re the otter rug😍

  6. Lorraine Beauregard-Murphy

    Thanks for sharing the photos of the retreat Loretta. Such diversity in style!


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