It was a good day hooking with Donna from Crows on the Ledge. So nice to see some old friends and meet some new. Of course I didn't take many pictures, but do have a few to share.
Mary Ann's antique adaptation was stunning. She did finish whipping the edges. It is much larger in person than it looks here.
Kaye was working on another antique adaptation. She always picks THE BEST, dirty old colors. Don't you just LOVE that face?
Peggy was hooking this piece using cotton chenille. It gives it a very different look.
I am so sorry I don't recall the name of the hooker who is working on this piece. It is a design by Michelle Micarelli and I believe Michelle did all the color planning. I can't even begin to imagine hooking such a complicated piece.
Win was hooking this sweet welcome rug.
Linda was working on her carpet bag. Isn't the little bunny too sweet?
My hooking partner in crime Melissa just started this Susan Feller fraktur eagle in the morning and by afternoon had much more done. WONDERFUL :)
Here's the progress I made on Mr. Britches, a pattern by Star Rug Company. Most of it was completed at the hook-in, but I did pull a few more loops this evening. For me, that's a LOT of progress in one day.
Many thanks to my new followers. After all these years of blogging, it still does my heart good to see that follower number grow. For months it didn't move, but recently it's increased.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
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