There was one student in her class who had started her rug beforehand but just enjoys the teacher, the camaraderie and the ambiance of a rug camp. Michelle Micarelli has visited Cape May numerous times so is considered family as all teachers and students are equally.
The beauty of the colors and hooking is not showing in my photo which seems to be washed out in the sunlight. Cheri Reid has said that Michelle is a true artist and I have also seen some gorgeous works of art that have been hooked by Michelle and they are magnificent.
Another student was Jan who was doing her face and her husband's face. Jan told me that she was never one to color inside the lines and she wasn't going to start now. So these were the pieces she started.
Sarah Province was also in her class and showed you a picture of her rug yesterday. But for those of you who may have missed it, here it is again.
I'm thinking this was a rug that I saw on Laura's side of the classroom but don't know who the hooker is. SO if anyone reading my blog knows the truth please inform me so I can update the blog with correct information.
My dear friend Joan Strausburgh has sent me a CD of rugs at camp so perhaps my next postings of pictures will be a little more organized and thorough. I've worked my butt off today drawing more designs and shipping so plan to take the night off and hook a smidgen on a small mat that I've been commissioned to do. Nope, have not pulled one loop on my camp rug since coming home 11 days ago and it is KILLING ME!!!!!
Thank you so much for stopping by and I do plan to put more rugs from camp on here tomorrow.... I HOPE.