Isn't it strange that when we had (some of you still have) a day job, the day dragged on and on and the day never seemed to end? Yet at rug camp when you eventually look at your watch it is near the end of class time.
Sweet Joanne brought several of her last hooked rugs which now need binding. I'm so glad she brought them so we could get a close look of her amazing work. I've had as many as 3 rugs collected at one time which needed binding but never as many as 4 and such huge rugs. But now there will be 5 rugs to be bound since I showed you the Granny Donaldson rug in yesterday's post, plus the new one started this week.
Thanks to Woolmaven for informing me the name of the design is 1849 Hesse Giraffes, another design offered by Woolley Fox. The orange against the blue background was spectacular.
Woolley Fox design and measures 25 x 69.
Tomorrow I'll post pictures of what each of us was working on in class. Have a great evening everyone, especially you working folk who head back to the salt mines tomorrow.