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Next Update: October 2021
June marks the end of our virtual 45th anniversary year and our 2020-2021 season. Unusual as it was due to the pandemic, we still had a marvelous celebratory year. Time now to sit back in a comfy chair and relax! And enjoy the flowers!
Have a wonderful summer everyone.
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Design by Lois J. Morris
15” x 15”
According to my memory, I began this piece in September 2003, when I took my retirement.
This cushion was never named as it was used as a teaching piece during a course given by Lois J. Morris. We learned how to hold the material and the hook, to use the patterns, to create various stitches, and to finish a piece. The border is a braided black silk cord, and the back of the cushion is black fabric.
20” x 20”
#6 cut background, various cuts for the details
This is the first thing I ever hooked. It was started in a beginner class with Lois J. Morris at BHCG in 2012. A fun project, it is hooked with worms from a guild bag of goodies, torn up denim jean fabric and several shades of a wool blend from the remnant bin at my local fabric store. The background is #6 cut, and the design was hooked in various cuts depending on what the goodie bag offered.
Design from The Rug Hooker’s Bible
21” x 21”
This is the Rose pattern from The Rug Hooker’s Bible that everyone knows. It was hooked in 2012 in #6 cut with wool I dyed.
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