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SHOW AND TELL…

Sandra sent me pix of her scrappy Cat’s paw rug – it will become the topper for a stool and once the upholsterer is done she will send me the updated pix but I wanted to share this wonderful way of using our scraps in a fun, colourful way…

This week I was on a roll and finished mounting my Loon punch needle in an old primitive tray. Once it was mounted I inserted cork board in the bottom and Gord cut and affixed a piece of wood to separate them. A great way of making your punch needle a functional piece of art…

Edie finished her first wearable mitten done in a class with Winnie Glavine …

Dolores finished her scrappy rug into a wonderful pillow – another great way of using up your bits and pieces…

and 2 lovely pieces by Karen…

and finally – delivered this kit to Wendy yesterday at 830 and by mid afternoon she was done hooking – today the fun part of putting it together…

Off to our fall retreat today so hope to finish off the two rugs that I have been dyeing to get done… it will be a wonderful weekend with good friends, good food, good creativity and good BEDS! 🙂 … will post pix next week of show and tell…

7 responses »

  1. Beautiful. Perhaps looking at these pieces I will be motivated to finish something. I have so much that is unfinished. Hooking done and they are just sitting there glaring at me. hokum

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  2. stupid auto correct. I meant ho hum!

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  3. Great rugs! Have a great retreat Loretta. What a nice way to ease into the cold weather and the Christmas season 🙂

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  4. Oh my!
    How do you pick a favourtie….
    I’m always amazed what folks put together with scraps – beautiful cat paws and squares.
    And lets talk about those mittens….
    and….sweet, sweet tree.
    Thank you for posting ALL of these wonderful examples of what hands can create.

    Cheers!

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  5. Love seeing everyone’s work. Sadly not doing any hooking right now. Waiting for a shoulder replacement – reaching under the frame comes with a $$$pain price… Once I get some artificial parts, hopefully I’ll be hooking hardy!😊

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  6. All lovely what a wonderful way to use up odds and ends Tx for the idea

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  7. Christmas tree pattern and kit? Good morning from Sooke, BC I love the Christmas tree project. Do you sell the pattern only? Thanks Christien

    Sent from my iPhone

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