Saturday, April 30, 2022
Thursday, April 28, 2022
Monday, April 25, 2022
Sunday, April 24, 2022
Next post I'll show my progress on the Primitive Monochromatic Floral. And for those of you who may be wondering, I haven't yet put Mother with Fishbowl on my frame yet. Happy hooking, knitting (Elaine), stitching (Robin) or happy yard work, which ever it is you're up to today. I'll be in and out working in the yard raking the backhoe ruts, shoveling dirt in low places, etc.
Friday, April 22, 2022
I'm still pulling loops on the primitive monochromatic rug and enjoying seeing the contrast between the lovely background color and the black, white and grey. Happy hooking.
Hello again Saundra,
I smiled at reading your post this morning, and it inspired this one, written over my first cup of coffee: https://alaskanhistory.substack.com/p/the-last-dog-train-to-leave
This post goes to all of my email subscribers, and will be posted in the Mushing History group on Facebook, and probably shared a few other places.
This is fun! Thanks for keeping the ball rolling!
Wednesday, April 20, 2022
Monday, April 18, 2022
loral with hit and miss corners.
Friday, April 15, 2022
Thursday, April 14, 2022
Tuesday, April 12, 2022
Betty Burbage hooked this sweet dog below.
Notice that hooked key and key hole in the geometric? Cool isn't it?
Pam Brune hooked the Heart designed rug.
A beautiful fox hooked by Peg Dutton, the photo appeared in the latest ATHA magazine but her name wasn't mentioned. The pattern is offered by The Wool Farm.
Oh my, what a beauty and I forgot the name of the hooker. LOVE IT!
Another huge rug with wonderful colors and sadly the info is too blurry for me to tell who hooked it.
Loris hooked this Cindy Irwin pattern then the hooking is given back to Cindy and she has her contact put it in the purse design chosen by the hooker. This is very nice....
..but this one is wonderful !!!!!!
Cindy Irwin. Notice those delicate flowers and buds cascading down the front of the skirt? Click on the photo for it to enlarge so you can see the detail. That is the technique Cindy taught us in the event we wanted to make some to display in our home in a vase.