It began when returning home from camp. In the burlap tote below is my wool and in-progress Birthday Lion rug which was my project to work on the night before class began. The tote was a gift to everyone in class by Betsy. Thank you Betsy!
Then I plopped the container of wool taken to camp and to the left of that is washed remnants recently purchased from Heaven's To Betsy. Like I need more wool, but hey, it is fun to have those little extra pieces of wool you may not have tried yet.
Below on my cutting/drawing table is wool being used for the present project from camp. It is in a heap and not folded to see what is there. After this post will go fold at least the wool on my table so I can find the what is needed.
And here is the rug which needs some hooking attention. Luckily my son is cooking Thanksgiving dinner so will have a fantastic meal with family without all the mess in MY kitchen. Greg will cook the dinner, I'll take two pies, then my DIL and I will clean up the kitchen. Easy peasy. Right after dinner my sweet DIL & her sister will do the marathon shopping spree. I plan coming home to hook with a glass of wine.
Hope to show you a complete photo of the rug in progress after Thanksgiving. Besides, everyone will be busy so won't have time to read blogs. Happy Thanksgiving everyone.