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A few lovely pieces to share…

Meg finished her River hmmmm, Beavers (I adapted my River Otters pattern to be beavers) and Meg’s version turned out beautifully… and our beavers have been swimming by the end of the dock every day for the last week or two getting all their stockpile ready for winter…

Andrea finished hooking and whipping (check out the triple whipped edge!) her Merry Christmas Eh (one of my Lisa Ferguson patterns)…

Mary finished hooking and hanging her beautiful Joyful Sunflower (see my Rughooking Patterns page for pattern and wool dyed specifically for this project)…

Chris finished her lovely Tom Thomson Jack Pine (pattern from Willow Creek Rughooking)…

Ann finished her Pears kit (available on my Rughooking Kits page) as a fabulous pillow…

4 responses »

  1. Each rug is a beautiful work to look at. Thank you for sharing. Sincerely, Caroll Bretzloff-Holmes

  2. Wonderful pieces!

  3. You know a lot of prolific hookers. I can’t even seem to finish my little 4 x 6 learner piece this summer.

  4. Christine Van Hees

    Love the sunflower, she did such a good job. Also a triple whipped edge?? First I think what punishment and then I think, wow, what an effect. How is that done??? Tom Thomson, what can I say , a favourite of mind and I’ve seen it done so many ways, this one is very restful, beautiful.


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