Sunday, April 15, 2018

One Hook in Down ~


The Ann Arbor hook in was wonderful as always.  I've probably attended 5-6 times with Melissa, but this was our first time vending.  It was a great day.  So many hookers.  Luscious wools.  Yummy snacks.  Good sales.  Invited back for next year ~ woo hoo.
 
We were given a double booth, so we had lots of room to spread out.  A few pictures of our booth.




 
Ann Arbor is just over two hours from my house, but the styles of hooking seemed much different to me.  Here we see many primitive rugs.  There, not so many.  No matter what the style, there was much talent displayed.  (Sorry some of the rugs are so washed out looking.)
 















 
 
It's fun to see the same rug hooked two ways.



I just love the stone bridge.



Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)
Lauren
 

14 comments:

WoolenSails said...

Your booth looks wonderful and the rugs are gorgeous.

Debbie

marly said...

Your offers look great. Glad you had a good show and are home safely. Heard there was nasty weather.

Simply Quaint said...
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Simply Quaint said...

Wonderful booth, your items are just beautiful......beautiful display of rugs as well....so glad you had fun and home safe.....probably needed a boat to get home.......😀

Blessings
Rhonda

Julia said...

I'm so glad that you had a great time with good sale and that you got invited back for next year. Thanks for the rug show. My goodness, that last rug with the stone bridge is amazing. The stones look real.
Take care, hugs, Julia

acorn hollow said...

So glad it was such a good trip for you! Lots of talent for sure.
Cathy

Barbara Shores ~ Village Folk Art said...

Very interesting booth. Happy for you that you were invited back...wonderful! What an outstanding display of talent. It all sounds like you had fun.

Saundra said...

Enjoyed the rug show. Glad your sales were good and that you are invited back next year.

woolwoman said...

many beautiful rugs in Ann Arbor - I hear it's still winter up there. I love still having 50's - it's quite rare and I'll take it! take care Mel

Farm Girl said...

How very interesting to see such a wonderful difference in rugs.I love that flamingo.Well I loved them all. Your booth looks so great. I hope you did really well.

Three Sheep Studio said...

Your booth looks amazing. I’ll bet you had a lot of chatter about that paisley table cover !! Gorgeous.
Thanks for the rug show.
Rose

moosecraft said...

Love that last rug with the stone house and stone bridge! Too cute!

Larkrise garden girl said...

Hi Lauren,I went back and got caught up with your blog. You are productive! I loved the pug pictures and You are so lucky you go to rug hooking camps.There are some lovely rugs on your post.
I am dyeing avocado pits my girlfriend gave me that are suppose to turn wool yellow no such luck. Oh well, hugs cheri

co coya said...

So glad it was such a good trip for you! Lots of talent for sure.
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