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A LITTLE SHOW AND TELL

Kim finished her fabulous stool – one of my Alana Kapell designs that we adapted to fit her stool…

Wendy did a wonderful job on her cow mat…

Andrea finished hooking the next two pieces for the family of a dear friend who recently passed away – what a wonderful tribute… The first was a free pattern in Rughooking Magazine – Not Quite White designed by Karen Larsen and the second was a design by Isabelle Rollin. Andrea decided to hook the background so it would look like a Peruvian blanket…

Helen’s sweet punched squirrel…

and landscape…

and Oxford punched Art Deco flower…

Edie attached her Celtic knot to a bag to make this a functional piece of art…

and made her heart into a pillow (design by Meryl Cook)…

and a sign that maybe the pandemic is easing up a bit – company!!!! Helen was here for a few days and a couple of the girls came and we spent a wonderful day hooking, punching and show binding. Helen finished her punch needle…

and I hooked a new piece adapted from one of my Karla Gerard patterns which I will be offering as a rughooking kit…

I had also been asked if I would donate a piece for a silent auction being held today to raise funds for the Ukraine. I started punching a sunflower only to realize hmmm I had only a day left to finish and frame it and it was not going to get done. Instead, I decided to donate a fun purse I had hooked that still had a lot of yellows and blues in it and keep the sunflower for another time…

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  1. Wonderful eye candy and inspiration on this Sunday morning.

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  2. Fun finishes for sure….thanks for sharing.
    The adapted Karla Gerard piece is lovely and will make a nice kit – actually, it would make a great purse! Mmmmm…..
    Thanks for your generosity by way of donation to fundraising efforts for the Ukraine.

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  3. Thank you everyone for sharing, beautiful work.

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  4. BEAUTIFUL

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