Thursday was hooking night at That'll Do Farm. In addition to the usual suspects, we had a newbie to the group. Melissa is not a new hooker, just someone we all met for the first time that night. She is working on a Karen Kahle pattern.
Beautiful, bright colors with just the perfect amount of bling!
Heidi was hooking a very retro-looking camp trailer.Andrea is moving along on her sheep rug.
A completed rug of Jane's. I am not a purple person, but I love it in her background.
Melissa was meeting Bobbie ~ The Evening Stitcher ~ on Saturday in Michigan for a hook-in. She graciously asked me to come along, but getting away for an entire day was out of the question, but . . .
I did manage to sneak away to meet Sheila (no blog) at the Ault's Rug Hooking Store to hook for a few hours. Sheila won a give-away of mine and I had subsequently met her briefly a couple of times. We've been trying to meet for lunch at a mid-point, but it just never worked out, so when she asked if I wanted to meet her there, I jumped at the opportunity.
Here is the Magdalena Briner rug that Julie ~ the Crude Black Ewe ~ is hooking. To say it is HUGE is an understatement!!!
Judy, a friend of Sheila's, also joined in the fun. She is close to finishing this sweet little kitty mat. She said it is outside her normal color palette.
She also brought a Jill Peterson design that was hooked but not yet bound. Oh, the colors are so much better in person!
Sheila is also hooking a very large rug. She said she got the pattern on an online trade a number of years ago and she has modified the pattern somewhat. I don't know that I will ever hook a rug that large.
I was working on my Maggie B rug. I am getting close!
The last of the taxes were mailed off today. What a relief to be done with that task :)
Thank you so much for stopping by. I hope your week is off to a great start. Ours was a rainy start, but at least the temps were in the 50's!
Pug hugs :)