I know for sure this was a Cindi Gay class project but can't remember who was hooking it. I do remember it distinctly because the hooking was so perfect that I was in awe...and it would be right on a table all by itself so I could enjoy it when I walked by to go to lunch or back from lunch.
I think the following rugs were from Cindi's class. Sorry, but don't know who the hooker is.
And, Kris Miller was another teacher who shared a room with Laura in another part of the Chalfonte. Since I wasn't in their class not sure who was hooking what. Here are some of the rugs started by her students....or maybe they were Cindi's students.
The next rugs are even more of a wild guess but didn't want to short anyone whose rugs I'd taken a picture of. So enjoy the remainder of the started rugs at Cape May.
I know there were several rugs that I did not get a picture of because of the shadow situation. Eventually I learned that I needed to be facing the sunny side and taking pictures but then there were people on the other side on the sidewalk taking pictures which was casting a shadow on the rug I wanted to take a picture of ~ such is the case with the few rugs just above.
Anyway...... hope you have enjoyed your visit here and if anyone reading the blog wants to inform me on which rug was being hooked by whom and in which class I will make a change to my blog.
Once again, thanks for stopping by.