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HAPPY NEW YEAR and A LITTLE BETWEEN THE HOLIDAYS SHOW AND TELL…

Fingers crossed that despite the rocky start to the new year, 2022 will be a happier and safer year. I look forward to the time when we can all meet again without having to wear a mask – there are times I just don’t recognize people anymore – often hair is longer, whiter and I cannot see the smiles under the masks!

Leslie finished her first miniature punch needle – Canadian Beavers (one of my BFA patterns available as punch needle or rughooking pattern) and did a wonderful job…

Diane finished her miniature punch needle of my Twin Horses pattern which she enlarged and is now attaching to a fabulous 5.00 box from the flea market – box will be painted to add more oomph…

Chris finished Oxford punching this wonderful set of mats for her antique rocking chair as well as hmmm over a dozen of these adorable ornies…

Debra finished her Karla Gerard – love the meaning behind this piece…

My little punch needle for my dear friend Miss C. This is her little dog Sebastian and is tree ornament size…

Anne finished her Barn Owl in Flight (one of my Lisa Ferguson patterns) beautifully – and in the background are two of her woodlands art hooked rugs from Carol Shewan…

Brenda sent me a picture of her finished Christ Gnome – lovvvve the way she hung him = oh maybe hung the rug would be a better way of putting it 🙂 …

HAVE A WONDERFUL JANUARY 1.

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  1. Happy new year to you-has to be better than 2021, but we are back in limbo at Georgian Village again-damned if you do, damned if you don’t- Back working at the sunflower again-tried to diminish organized chaos of a small condo for Christmas ! Sent from my iPad

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  2. Alexandra Reid

    Happy New Year.. Loretta , Gordon and kitties !!

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  3. Happy New Year Loretta!! Keep these blogs and show and tells coming. They are such day brighteners!

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  4. Happy New Year Loretta!
    I love the rugs above. Such talented hookers!
    I can’t wait to be able to meet up with other people and attend some of your classes. I’m so excited to learn how to dye wool.

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