Marian, Joan and Bonnie all came up from Maryland.
This is Joan't big primitive rug that's almost finished. She's doing it in an 8.5 cut, I think.
Marian and Bonnie were both working on acorn mats and coasters. These are cute and hook up quickly. They are hooked directly onto a piece of wool.
Marjorie is just beginning work on a large pictorial.
Peg was putting the finishing edge on her chairpad.
This is Ann's beautiful large rug. It reminds me of PA German fraktur. It's all finished except for the whipping.
Naomi was working on her mom and piglet rug. I just love this one!
Ruth has been busy. She is working on the patriotic rug and also finished her Christmas one, too.
I just love the red white and blue geometrical that Carin is working on. Look how she's shading the red!
This lady must be new to our group, and I did not get her name. Joyce was helping her get started on the chicken rug.
And here is Joyce's chicken rug, with some of the fabrics she used. Good choices for feathers! The braiding around the edge is so perfect that you can not see where it is joined together. Marian and I both examined it and were unable to find the ends! Great job, Joyce! She was also working on a rabbit mat, but I didn't get a picture.
And being a cat lover, this is a favorite of mine. Thelma has the kitty face in the center done on this large rug. She has been dying the background and colors for the roses that around the edge. She used a ProChem formula book with great results.
Closeup of the kitty face. Didn't she do a great job?
And last of all, a few for-real kitty faces.
No one but a cat could sleep like this! Was she taking a bath??? What were you thinking???