The November camp has 3 teachers with around 10 - 12 in each class. Most all of them have been hooking for a while, yet there is very little participation for the show ~ I've even thought 'why bother taking mine?'
I took all the rugs which were hooked since last November so had about 8 rugs to show, won't bore you with them again since you've seen them over and over during the year. Here are a few of the pieces which were brought and I have no idea who hooked what.
The rug below has a pair of doll glasses on the woman's face which added something special to the rug.
Hit and miss circles and squares was interesting and good use of worms.
There were a couple pieces in frames but when I went back to get a photo of them they had been removed.
Here are a few of the in-progress projects some of us were working on in class. Betty Ann was hooking this very handsome goat.
Tho the narrow cut piece being hooked by Betty is not something I'd hook but had a great appreciation for it was a beautiful piece of work. The cherry blossoms were proddy and looked real. The Pearl McGowan design underwent a little reworking with the help of Cindy so that Betty could have a good vision on where to hook.
Oysters and More was another project in our class and forget who was hooking it.
Here is my Star Geometric which is an antique adaptation. The dimensions are 29 x 32. Haven't worked on it since being home as I'm trying to finish hooking Horses and Hearts rug first.
This is the photo being used as her guide.