The first week in April is rug camp week at Punderson State Park in Newbury, Ohio. Andrea and I took a little road trip to check out the rug show. I did not make note of who hooked each rug, so I cannot give credit to most of the hookers. Sorry :(
I was able to capture the true colors on some rugs . . .
. . . and on some rugs I failed miserably. The colors of this rug were so muted and old looking. This pattern is in my hooking closet waiting to be hooked.
This pattern is also residing in the hooking closet, though mine is the smaller version.
I LOVE this pattern (and the way it was hooked!).
The colors in the pumpkin rug are much richer than in my picture, but I wanted you to see the owl with the quilly eyes and a needle felted nose . . .
. . . and the cat with the needle felted eyes and whiskers and a beaded mouth.
I will have a few more rugs to share in my next post and an update on Auntie Peanut.
Pug hugs :)