Linda and Barb. Barb was working on using up her scraps in a penny style rug.
Linda and her rug. Great design that she had Nancy P. draw up for her.
There was punching going on by Willa and Julie. And Nancee in the background with her rug on the ground trying to color plan and see if things work. Hope they are working for you now Nancee ! And Diane is plugging away on her pig rug. Making great progress!
Even some painting going on by Betsy.
Linda took some breaks to share with everyone the new sparkly wool that she had over dyed. People were really excited about it!
Then back to work she went in the sewing room. She had an order that needed to be finished by the next day. And she got it done before the night was over :)!! Ok, it was morning by the time it was finished, but it was done! Ok, all except the collar lol. But the guy gave the wrong measurement, and being as good of a sewer that she is, she figured that out before cutting it. The guy came to pick it up on Saturday, and she made the collar and sewed it on for him.
Brenda working on the rug that someone ordered from her. Thought I got a shot of it when it was on the floor, but I guess I didn't. It's a round rug. Very pretty with sculpting.
Nancy P working on her rug. Lovely colors !
And Julie finishing up a piece. She used swim suit material for the horn and rick rack in a chain stitch for the border. Very cool !
Louise working on a penny rug stocking. They always turn out so sweet!
And yes, even I got some hooking done! I'm hoping to get to hook some more this weekend. I changed it a little by covering up the words Goode Things in the roof. Leaving the Harvest though.
Also going on is a Christmas Home show that I was asked to bring some of my items too. Thank you Teresa for asking me. It runs through the weekend. I went yesterday for the first day. Just had to take some shots of one of her rooms. (completely forgot to take some pic's of her crafts lol.. sad.... brain is only half working these days). Her husband and son are hunters, and Wow, what beautiful displays of his hobby!
This is what I bought from her. Her husband builds them and Teresa paints the wood pieces beautifully. I have always admired her bread boxes. And there was one there, and just the perfect color for me. :). I just Love it! I'm slowly filling my home with pieces that I enjoy. Kids are getting older, and pretty soon it will be just George and I. While I can, I am picking up little things here and there. And pretty soon, I'm hoping the time will be there for me to create more things with my hands that I can place around the house too.
And here is a Loooong over-due Thank you for a Birthday gift given to me by Nettie. I told her when I thanked her, that I was going to put it on the blog, and just haven't gotten to it yet. I just Love it Nettie! It was so thoughtful of you. I look forward to punching it up. Thank you..... Hope to see you soon and that you are feeling better each day!