Next Saturday at this time, the Sauder rug hooking retreat will be winding to a close. Two days of hooking heaven :) Melissa and I will actually meet Bobbie there Thursday afternoon. It's always fun time ~ I think this is our fourth year going.
Of course I always agonize over what I am going to hook. Presently there is n-o-t-h-i-n-g on my frame. I am almost done binding my Lori Rippey stag rug and that means I am caught up on my binding. That doesn't happen very often and when it does, I always vow not to let that happen again, but we all know the road to hell is paved with good intentions . . . lol. I also have two more hearts to finish and stuff.
Subject to change, of course, here is the rug I plan to start at Sauder. Daisy, adapted from Lori Brechlin folk art by Spruce Ridge Studios. It is a rather large (for me) pattern. I plan to hook it with a dark background.
Wools I have pulled so far.
A couple years ago at the Lakeside hooking retreat, Bobbie was hooking it. Here is her completed rug. Wonderful, no?
Happy Saturday to you. A very pleasant day on Ohio's north coast. I even spent a bit of time raking leaves from the little brick patio. One day closer to spring :)
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)