Thank you so much for all your comments on my pumpkin. The only wool I pulled out of the pumpkin was the two strips of solid colored wool that seemed to stick out like a sore thumb and now I love it!!! The more I hook, the more I prefer textured wools. I did take your advice and reverse hook the stem in a darker brown. If you read my previous post about the pumpkin you will know that I am not hooking a background. This has now joined my ever-growing stack of hooked but not "finished".
Here are Betsy (R) and Bev (L) our camp "counselors" :) What a fun pair they are!
Bev taught a great class on alternative techniques. Here are the samples I made.
These are some of the items we received in our goodie bag.
A few of the things I won in some of the challenges during camp. There were lots of prizes to be won!
Fun wool felted balls I bought in the camp store.
Tonight I went to a Chick-Fil-A for the first time ever. To me it was NOT a gay rights issue. It was a freedom of speech issue. Everyone in the crowd waited patiently. It took us almost an hour and a half to get our "fast" food and when we left the line was as long as when we arrived. GOD BLESS AMERICA!!!
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Pug hugs :)
Pug hugs :)