Just some random pictures from Sauder ~
Hookers hard at work.
Charisse's wonderful frame cover. A Rebekah L. Smith pattern that she modified to fit her frame. Not at all yellow in person. Just gorgeous.
This is a H.U.G.E. rug being hooked with handtorn strips for a southern Ohio guild challenge.
Friend Bobbie working on a pattern by Lori Rippey.
Her wool worms organized (what's that?) in this cool old box.
Melissa's rug ~ pattern by Lana Omlor, Humble Rugs.
Pam's rug she designed at a retreat with Ali Strebel and Karen Kahle.
Charisse and Sue hooking a fun pattern by Canadian designer Karen Thoms?????
Isn't this a cool technique? The center is a small, thin chairpad purchased in Amish country with a hooked border. I believe the hooker was Karen.
Cindi Gay's room size rug she's been working on for about 10 years. You would not believe how heavy it is. I don't know how she can even carry it. I think she said the finished size will be 6 1/2' x 10'. The first picture captures the true colors.
Fun rug at the throw down.
Donna's rug. Pattern by Red Barn Rugs. I did not capture the rug's wonderful colors :(
I believe this was the Marblehead Lighthouse and the lightkeeper's house being hooked by Rita.
What a fun Corgi rug! It is being donated and auctioned off to benefit a Corgi organization. Hooked by Sandra???
Eggcellent being hooked by Kim.
Sorry I didn't take more pictures, but above is just a sampling of the talent. There are so many talented hookers out there.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)