Thank you so much for the visit. I really do appreciate the time you take to read my ramblings :)
Last night hooker friend Melissa and I headed a little over an hour south to spend the evening hooking with Katie of Kid'l de Divey Woolens. I had the pleasure of meeting several new hookers - all hooking wonderful rugs - and I never even took my camera out of my bag. GGGRRRRR!!! I hate when I forget to take pictures. I finally have a new rug on the frame but I can't share it because it is a gift for a friend's birthday.
I've finally drawn the winner of the button bracelet. Congrats to Julie of Dog Trot Farm. Please email me your snail mail address and your choice of bracelet. Please take the time to visit Julie's blog if you've not done so. She has the most adorable grandson! Thanks to all who entered.
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Lakeside, Ohio, is a private community on the shores of Lake Erie. It was formed in 1873 by the Methodist Church and remains a church affiliated vacation resort. It is one of only a few independent Chautauquas that persist in the 21st century. It is approximately one square mile in size and the entire community is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. And why am I telling you all this? Because I will be spending three glorious days hooking there with Katie. Hooker friends Melissa, Sheila and Bobbie (the Evening Stitcher) will be sharing a room. I think there are going to be 24 of us having a hooking good time. Now the pressure is on to figure out what to bring to hook. At least that is good pressure :)
Pug hugs :)