There's a whole lot of shakin' going on here and another finish; this time the finish is for Magdalena's Pup hooked by Tammy. She wrote me saying her hands were tired but had a happy heart. Tammy hooked with aged linen and said it was a bear to pull through because of the rough texture. Tap the photo to enlarge and see the texture.
These are the textiles Tammy decided to use of the ones she was considering. So you can see the linen she spoke of.
Pam is hooking Tattered Tulip and boy that velvet gives it a rich look. People won't be able to keep their hands off it Pam. Very nice and will welcome spring early to your house, at least inside anyway.
Cathy sent me an update of her Tattered Tulip with another color variation for our beautiful garden.
Elizabeth has sent in a photo of the progress on the Tulip.
Sondra gave her first update today as well. She said it is turning out brighter than normal for her but all she had to work with. Yet it will be another beautiful Tulip in the spring garden.
Pat Cramer is also hooking the Tattered Tulip she concluded she'd never make a pioneer woman and that her hooking room is in shambles. Hey Pat, we know.... ours is/was like that too. Mine is always in a perpetual stage of unruly chaos.
Joan has a fantastic collection of wonderful textiles and says she has a great selection of silk ties, paisley, homespun ...well you can see. But she's not sure just what will eventually go into her piece.
And Lauren sent me her most recent update ~ nice to see the leaves are in progress. Bet Lauren is happily pulling wool loops on another project to get her wool fix 😉.
That's it for today's blog post. Will do another post when there is something new in this Challenge event. Happy Hooking.