Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Pictures of hooking at the library Monday evening.

Dulcy working on her cottage rug she started in Jane Green's workshop in Maine.

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A close up of the cottage. Aren't the rocks amazing? Dulcy is hooking this in a number four cut, which is TINY for our group!!!

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Marsha is working on this large ship rug.

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Contemplating how to hook the "waves" at the front of the ship.

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Janette and her cute pumpkin couple. I think this is Maria Barton's pattern!?!

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Renee' still plugging along on her window rug. I showed the rug, but not her face a few posts back. Very cool rug!

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Rita is working on another darling cottage rug.

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Lovin' the colors of this one. The house wool is spot dyed and looks kind of like pink brick.

hooking at the library 017This is Vicki and her patriotic rug.

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I've got a few projects going. No pictures though. I do have this picture of the wool I picked out for the 3D pumpkin I'm working on. It's a pattern by Befruitful Kreations. JoEllen has lots of neat patterns on her website.

Hope the rest of the week is divine for you!




katie said...

Great rugs being hooked down in your neck of the woods.
dulcey's is amazing. Don't think I will ever hook a 4 but I admire those who do.
Hope we get a break in the weather soon.
Keep dancing in the rain. I am doing relay for life this Saturday, last year it rained so hard I never got to take my survivor lap, this year I'm going to .

Rugs and Pugs said...

Sheri ~
Thanks for sharing all the wonderful WIPs. I especially love the ship rug. It's an Edith O'Neil pattern, isn't it?
Pug hugs :)

Jeanne (RED) said...

Thank you for the pictures of the beautiful rugs being hooked by the talented women in the Springfield area! They are all amazing, especially the ship rug and Dulcy's--#4, eek! And Rita's rug-love those cottage rugs! The pumpkin couple and fireworks were neat also. I saw Renee's a while back on your blog and, as always, a neat rug. When is the next Monday hooking? These are so inspiring; thank you for sharing. It sounds like you are doing great and I am so happy to see that. Have a great day! Jeanne L.

dulcy said...

What a "colorful" bunch of hookers we have!


Oriental Rug Cleaning said...

This are so amazing and very creative. The colors are so eye-catching. I cant wait to hook like that during my free time..Keep posting.

Large Rugs Oversize and Palace Carpets said...

Super sweet! We love the motifs, such a wonderful testament to rug Hooking! Keep up the fantastic work

Oriental rugs antique rugs and rug appraisers said...

love, love love! Beautiful examples, such a fun post title 'Shabby sheep" :) will absolutely recommend to our rug hooking fans!

BeFRuiTFuL KReaTioNS said...

I would love to see a photo of you Pumpkin.

Kerman Rugs said...

Simply divine! No other words for it. Patterns are gorgeous and so decoratively apropo. Thank you for sharing and keep up the marvelous work!