I love replicating antique adaptation rugs but also design my own. Looking at old rugs in Early American Life magazine was my inspiration to learn to hook.
Hi Saundra,So many wonderful and fun rugs!! Amazing about the variety each one chose!! Such a lovely group of hooker's, too!!! Your faces say it all!!! So happy you enjoyed your time together!!Thanks for the great show!Heart Hugs~Julie
What fun projects. Which one is yours?
So much fun to see. I especially like the crazy cat.
It would have been hard to know where to look first...such variety...am drawn to the pumpkin rug for sure...Cammie' s dog...
There are a lot of beautiful rugs being made, fun to see the different designs.Debbie
Grezt rugs in progress!!I was wondering , too, which was urs!?Guess we wil, see soon,,,Lovely pics,, thanks,,,
that is a good looking class who creates some wonderful rugs!!Cathy
nice!!! that blue horse...does it have patches on it? all are fabulous!love the class photo :)L
A great rug in progress show. I'm wondering which one is your. The horse or the dog? or maybe a surprise. I'm glad you had fun.Hugs, Julia
Lots of beautiful rugs !!!! Had to be so much fun being there !!!
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