~ West Virginia and hooking. What could be better?
I spent three days hooking at the Peterkin Conference Center in Romney, West (by God) Virginia at Susan Feller's Retreat into the Mountains. Three days of hooking, eating (too much of that!) and hooker camaraderie. Life is G.O.O.D.
Spring is much further along in West Virginia. Forsythia were blooming everywhere.
The creek alongside the lodge was raging.
Sweet little flowers blanketing the ground.
Daffodils blooming creekside.
I took my first dye class ever. Susan showing the start of a dip dye.
Braids we dyed using only red, blue and yellow.
The finished wool.
Fellow Ohio hooker Shirley contemplating her rug.
A 5' x 7' rug for her dining room. With that dark background, she's lucky she doesn't have any pets that shed!
Melissa working on her Magdalena runner.
Liz from Virginia working on her Herb Angel. She was using many alternative fibers and it was just as sweet as could be. She is a fast hooker and was almost done with her at the end of the retreat.
Beth's rooster. This was being hooked in either a 3 or 4 cut!
The start of Kathy's Chinese monkey.
Deb working outside her comfort zone with some very bright colors.
Mary hooking on a rug she started MANY years ago.
Randi working on a lighthouse rug. Note the mess in the background.
And more mess. There were piles of wool and worms everywhere.
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