There is just so much eye candy at the shows when you go to rug camps that you really need to be sure your camera battery is fully charged. I can remember one year when I was neglectful and only captured a few of the rugs and the show was over before the battery was charged up....I wasn't a happy camper (hooker). So made sure my camera was fully charged before leaving my house and going to camp. Okay, so here are more delicious rugs.
This one was hooked by my friend Deb and is a design which Woolley Fox offered called Hildafern; Deb did this rug with marvelous Barb Carroll and each of the ferns are hooked with different vintage paisley prints. Yesseree bob.... my gal pal used different antique paisleys to hook all those gorgeous fern leaves and it is a delight to see in person.
Next is a rug that Deb started last year in a class with Kris Miller called Peace and Plenty and is a design from the artwork of Lori Brechlin of NotForgotten Farm.
Next is a great lion hooked piece from Old Tavern sign. I just wish my photo skills had been a little better to do the piece justice. It was hooked by the dear sweet Janet Reid.
Something which is difficult (I think) is hooking snow. This rug is called New England Snowy Day which was also designed and hooked by Janet Reid.
Come back tomorrow when I'll be showing you more rugs from the show or from the show-n-tell of the hookers before the end of class.