The first rug camp each year was usually in May with wonderful teacher and perfect colorist Barb Carroll. The 2014 class project was Magdalena's Farm and it has the signature bits of purple.
Rugs by the Sea rug camp is September and hooked a memorial of my departed Shadow. That class was with Diane Stoffel and I hooked Shadow in #8. OOPS, I see that the date on the photo for Shadow was 2013.
Woolley Fox design hooked was the small version of Folk Art Horse.
The Chicken Challenge offered by Woolrights Guild seemed like fun and this was my version with the blotchy background. Should probably have kept the hit and miss upper corners but I love the faded background of antique rugs.
Just before Halloween I designed and hooked a piece named Mache' Jacks. Unfortunately I don't own an antique mache'Jack so made the one on the table and hooked the likeness in this mat. OMG, I love that mat if I must say so myself.
That year I finally finished hooking an antique adaptation started well over 5 years prior. The original 1890 antique rug in the style below was sometimes referred to as "Waved and Stepped" pattern, according to the Joel and Kate Kopp book. I named it Granny Geometric since it reminded me of the crochet afghan squares. But more recently has come to be known as a Zig Zag rug. Perhaps that is the name given by the woman who most recently drew and hooked it.