Unfortunately I needed to leave camp a day early and just before the throw down of camp rugs. So was unable to take any pictures myself. Was hoping other camp participants might have snapped a few to send me. Seems Cathy Clark was the only person who had taken photos. Thanks for sending these to me Cathy.
Betsy's class and appears two were totally finished. One at the bottom was done by Pat Harris who did hand torn strips I think. She then started a crow mat which is partially seen in another photo below.
squirrel and way in the back is a rabbit being hooked by Cheri Reid.
Will show you what I worked on in Betsy's class maybe tomorrow. Haven't done a lot of hooking this week.
Wow, so many intricate designs. They all look so nice. I especially love that sweet snowman. Thanks for the update. It's so unfortunate you had to leave a day early but it just had to be so.ReplyDelete
I hope that you are adjusting to your new reality. I'm still adjusting every day to my new reality but it isn't easy. For some reason, I just don't seem to get back into blogging even though I have a lot of reasons to.
Today is grey and wet and will turn colder.
Hugs from Canada. Julia
thank you to Cathy for sending you the photos...I enjoying seeing different types of hooking...the frogs on the lily pads are beautiful...hugs and wishes for happy memories...ReplyDelete
Donna did a terrific job on her first rug. I'm sure she will hook many more wonderful ones!ReplyDelete
What fun! I love those pumpkins- and I'm not a super huge fan of white pumpkins. Those just seem to have personality.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing and I hope things are getting better for you.ReplyDelete
I always love to see the throw down at the end of campReplyDelete
Lots of wonderful rugs, fun to see the different styles and designs.ReplyDelete
These pics are great, saundra!ReplyDelete
Cant wait to see urs!