I am so fortunate to hook with this talented group of ladies. Carole's show and tell greeted me when I arrived. I can't imagine how many rugs she has hooked. Here are two of her latest. This horse rug was quite large and I failed to take a picture of her finishing technique. She fringed two ends ~ and it was such a neat finish. She said the instruction was in Rug Hooking Magazine, probably from late last year. I guess I need to read my magazine a little better.
I don't think I could have taken a worse picture of the antique chicken rug if I tried. The colors are wrong, wrong, wrong, but the rug was W.O.N.D.E.R.F.U.L.!!!
Karin (eBay seller PrimitiveSpirits) finished hooking a smaller version of the antique dog and cat rug that I just finished. Her colors are so soft and old looking. I love how she hooked the dog vertically. I believe she will be offering this on eBay so check it out!
Theresa is working on a Magdalena Briner rug. I love this pattern and it is on my very long to-hook list. I believe she is hooking this in a 6 cut.
Arlene is working on the spiral pad from Karen Kahle's blog.
Carole was starting chair pad #4.
I was about done with my antique dog and cat so went to the closet to find something ~ anything ~ to hook. I just don't plan ahead very well with hooking last night and a hook-in on Saturday. It is a Woolley Fox pattern, the smaller Henny Penny. I am totally stumped on colors. We'll see how it works out.
Woo hoo! Tomorrow is POETS day. Thanks for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)