And here is a great doll that Sharon made. The photos don't do it justice.
(front)(back)And Delorse brought some of Mary Stanley's dolls to show us!
I will be making my own pattern for rug hooking soon,,, stay tuned!
Oh my Gosh!! They are beautiful. What is the woman doing on the one with the flowers?Did she just attach them with yarn?
Hi Tara!OMG! How fun! I cannot wait to see what you create! You will love rug hooking. It is so fun to paint with wool!I love the projects you showed. Great post!Melissa
Looks like fun. I am taking Mary Stanley's class in October...but dying to know if there are some local classes? How did you meet these talented hookers
Hi Binky, it might be a pillow I'm not sure.Thanks Melissa!Lisa, they meet every second and fourth Wednesday in Lake Forest Park.
oooh...i wanna come.what time on wednesdays?
So good to see you last week... you've been tagged!http://carlasonheim.wordpress.com/2008/06/13/tagged-2/
I have all the tools and supplies for rughooking at school... literally craft supplies left over from a teacher in the 70's. But I have never figured out how to do it and have some cool projects to show my students to get them into doing it. I need a rug hooking party to go to!
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