The Western Reserve rug hooking guild put on an amazing hook in yesterday. A big THANK YOU to the committee who did such a wonderful job! One hundred fifty hookers in attendance and incredible vendors selling everything you needed and some things you didn't . . . lol. I always say need has nothing to do with a purchase :) THE BEST doors prizes and raffle baskets galore filled with wool, patterns, etc. I was thankful to have been asked to vend. I must say I was extremely happy with my sales. Anything to help support my hooking habit.
I failed to get pictures of all the vendor booths, but here are some of them. I also did not take any "people" pictures. Sorry about that.
My neighbor was none other than the sweet Betsy of Heavens to Betsy fame along with her daughter Erica and hubby Eric. She is coming up with some fun new hooking techniques. Her wool, as always, is incredible.
Julie of the Old Tattered Flag along with her mom were also vending. What a couple of dear ladies. I think a road trip to New York is in my future.
Alice Fraizer's booth ~ beautiful as always.
Breezy Ridge Rugs had wonderful wool yarn for binding or rug punching.
Donna Bennett of Crows on the Ledge.
Friend Bobbie came down from Michigan Friday night and she was such a help getting my booth set up. Many, many thanks, Bobbie :)
To the right are friend Melissa's embellished wool bracelets. They are beautiful and were a big hit.
I really tried to behave and not spend all my earnings, so this is what came home with me. A yard of a new Betsy wool (from Betsy, of course), paisley from Alice Fraizer and this fun necklace from Julie of the Old Tattered Flag.
I still have rug show pictures to share and a fun hook story.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)