My hooking room is the third bedroom in my home. It is not that large a room, but I have 6 antique cupboards, a hanging cupboard, antique table and an old tool box that is used as a coffee table in front of the Chippendale style sofa (in desperate need of recovering). I am most comfortable hooking here. I know I have shared some pictures in the distant past, and since I recently did some serious cleaning in there, I thought I would share once again.
A few of the rugs I have hanging. Patterns by Star Rug Company, the Woolley Fox and Heavens to Betsy.
My collection of vintage rug hooks and some sewing collectibles. Funky chicken made in a class with Annette Shaffer.
Pie safe minus its doors. (Purchased without the doors.)
Sewing collectibles and many gifts made by friends.
Cupboard made from old wood. A gift from dear friend Bobbie. Antique toy sewing machines. Paper mache boxes won from Marly of Samplers and Santas fame. Antique sampler hanging below.
It hangs above this little cupboard.
Top of the cupboard.
To the left of the little cupboard is another filled with wool.
On top of the above cupboard.
Another pie safe . . . also full of wool, wool yarn and miscellaneous supplies. Sewing pocket made by Melinda Cole and little pug quilt by Gayle of the Middle Sister.
My collection of putz sheep.
Little mohair animals made by Lanna Omlor (sister of Lori Ann Corelis) and a mouse by Primdollie Koch.
Stay tuned for part two.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)