From the ATHA biennial, I headed to the Pine Tree Barn in Wooster, Ohio, for Hooked in the Valley. In addition to being a hook in, there were wonderful vendors selling things other than hooking related items. A very successful first time show put on by Kathy and Jeff Graybill.
Kathy is the most talented folk artist. Here is a sampling of her work. (She is also a hooker and sells patterns.)
To the left are vintage and antique rugs.
Friend Melissa and I were thrilled to vend there. Our booth was huge so we had lots of room to spread out.
Some of Melissa's work. She is so creative, using vintage buttons, lace, etc.
Here are some of the vendor booths. Sorry I do not remember the names of them all. I believe the first picture is Two Old Crows. I know the second is theirs.
Rebecca Erb ~ the Wool Studio
A great rug to use leftover worms.
Lori Ann Corelis ~
Cammie Bruce ~
Ali Strebel ~
RSG Antiques ~ be still my heart!
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)