week. This was a picture I took on the way home from collecting Dodder
Not much rug hooking was done. Country Loft had new classes, new wools and patterns so we were too busy looking at everything and visiting. Between sharing my Dodder and explaining how I got the pretty yellow color it was non stop visiting and jaws a movin. Marjorie explaining about a book she is reading called The root of wild madder It tells the tale of dyes and history.I have to check that book out at the library it sounds interesting.
That's a swatch of
wool dyed Pomegranate
on Marjories book.
I love that color.
Her website has great pictures of her quilts. http://www.fiberartist.com/
Cheri Payne quilt
Jane saw a wonderful article in knitting magazines and there she went helping others with her knitting. Jane also teaches kids to play piano and I love to hear about the recitals.What a kind woman.
Lot's of information gets passed during rug hooking on a variety of subjects . There is a wealth of infomation that we all know and so were able to benefit from others. What’s funny we all sit at the same chair every time .Sometimes I think we should change seats and mix it up a little. It reminds me of pews at a church. For some reason when you sit at the same pew in a small church you are a creature of habit and always surprised seeing someone in your so called seat.
|Yes I am still working on it.|
Wool Crazy was fun I totally forgot my camera sorry. Jo Ann Mullally who is the creator of several books on using wool in projects did show and tell and had at least a dozen projects she has finished.Check out Jo Ann's blog.
Jo Ann is going to have one of her projects in the next issue of Primitive Quilts and Projects magazine.
Jo Ann was the original wool Crazy artist
That’s about it two days of fun and Saturday the biggest quilt show in California.
It is going to be crazy.