On Thursday Grant Street Woolworks had their weekly hook-in. Jill K. from Virginia came and brought a friend along. We had a nice morning chatting and picking out wools for Jill's next project. This is the crow and sunflower rug that she has just finished. I love her colors! And the hooking is perfect! Way to go, Jill!
Doris came in the afternoon, and Kathy came later. I don't have any pictures because neither were working while I was there. We all just sat around and talked...and ate! LOL! Doris brought her 'purple project' to show, but since this is for presentation at another group, I didn't photograph it. I will say it's lovely! I did TRY to get some work done, but the conversation was more interesting. hehe!
I had my gameboard started. I got out the wools I had dyed, and in the fluorescent lighting, the yellow gold looked hideous! It was VERY bright and almost yellow green! Yuuuuuck!!! How embarrasing! Why didn't I get out those paint chips before I did that? What was I thinking????
Went home that evening and went through my wool stash and tried some other colors. Decided the golden brown was a decent choice. Of course there was only two small pieces. Got out the dyepot...AGAIN! This time I am happy with the results!
Now for a quiet day when I can make some real progress.
Happy Hooking, everyone!