This week has been busy. First I vendored at the Holland Hook In. It was lots of fun. After I got things back on my shelf I decided I had holes that needed to filled . Yesterday I dyed and these are some of the results. I was pleased.
As the majority of my friends know , my initial love is rug Hooking. I dye wool for rug Hookers but that same wool is great for wool applicayers. In fact I do sell to some Quilt stores. A few times a year I have some good friends that come to my house and enjoy going through my stash of smaller and larger pieces of wool. They brought some of their projects to show what they had accomplished during the year. I would like to share some of the projects with you.
I i have recently gotten back from a nice winter in Florida. Now it is time to start thinking about our rug school in Onekama, Michigan.
it is from June 19th to the 23rd, 2017. Our rug school is put on by our Guild, The West Shore Ruggers.
We have a great list of teachers this year. Anne Bond, Linda Powell, Pam Schmelzie, Wanda Kerr, Maria Barton, Cindi Gay, and Katie Allman. It can't get much better.
we have had a few cancellations so still have room in Our classes. So now is a great time to decide it is not to late to take advantage of the opportunity to rug school! A beautiful location, wonderful teachers and a good price at $210.00 for four and a half days of learning.
contact Me at 231-970-0278. Ibfishwich@gmail.com or Karen Rorick. firstname.lastname@example.org. Or 231-352-0262.
We must be doing something right as this is our 17th year.
I was totally surprise when I heard from Onekama Hooking Group that the attendance was 20 hookers. Normally during the winter there are only three faithful women at the hook-in on Thursday's. These hookers have been busy this winter as the pictures below will show.
My name is Alaina Trout and I have been a rug hooker since 1998. Rug hooking has become a passion with me. In order to get the colors that I wanted I knew that I had to