Caroline Twigg (Eagles Nest Woolens) is an excellent primitive teacher. And did I mention lots of fun? Here she is demonstrating how she rolls her leftover worms in to balls.
Color planning on my rug.
Progress. I am loving the colors.
A few of the projects being worked on.
Gail Dufresne of Goat Hill Designs also taught a class before our hook in. Gail is F.U.N.K.Y. She uses many alternative fibers and BRIGHT colors. Her students rave about her.
The Crooked River Rug Hookers hook in was a great success. I heard compliment after compliment. I do believe a fun time was had by all.
A few of the vendors.
There will be no hooking for me in the near future. This evening DSO and I are flying off to Boston for a few days. (Have I started to pack? Of course not.) It will be a quick trip with us returning Friday morning. Saturday morning, partner in crime Melissa and I are vending at a hook in a couple hours away and we need to be there by 8 am. No rest for the wicked . . . er I mean weary.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)