Monday, November 1, 2021

Rug School Part 3- Updated

This rug was hooked by Marlene Wheeler 
No pattern name given

I am sad to say I can not read the information on the tag.
But it's a beauty
Like I said Lauri Troutman takes much better pictures
This was done by our leader Pam Bartlett!

Sorry no information again but I do love the fruits in with the flowers. Just beautiful shading.

This was hooked by Faith Webster no pattern name given. 

Pattern name Harden Brook
hooked by Pat Laska

No pattern name but hooked by Lauri Troutman

I did not get a good picture of this but it was a mobile and the fish and seaweed floated along so wonderful! Again I did not see the name of the maker. 
A closer look at the fish on the mobile
Again the picture is by Lauri Troutman

Asparagus Spring 
Hooked by Suzanne Girouard 
It was leaning on a window sill so not a great picture but the colors were very vibrant. 

Fun with flowers
Betty McClintock

No pattern name 
hooked by Laura Hubbard

I love the colors of this rug!!!
No pattern name but
hooked by Carole Turner

Hooked by Anna Knap
And way back to the first post about the rug school the 
hooked dress. Again Lauri's picture.

So as you can see so much talent in that one room!!!!
I will be going next year if the Good Lord is willing.
Have a great week


Rugs and Pugs said...

Like you said, so much talent!
I love Temperance the best and I remember seeing the gargoyle on Facebook while it was being hooked. I am in awe of monochromatics.

Julia said...

A great rug show. So much talent indeed.
Thanks for sharing this creative art show with us.
Take care and Happy November to you.
Hugs, Julia

TheCrankyCrow said...

So fascinating to see all the different styles and everyone's unique tastes. I can say I would never think of hooking asparagus...but the end result is uniquely beautiful. My favorite, of course, is "Temperance." Beautiful!! But I also love the floral blowl/urn one. I am watching the first snow falling from a gray November sky and thinking it's time to turn my thoughts to wintry things.... Now to decide between hooked or stitched as I will never finish both (if either) before Christmas. Happy November Cathy.... ~Robin~

Saundra said...

Great show, thanks much. My two favorite were the Temperance rug (I love eagles) and the creative asparagus rug.

Olde Dame Holly said...

Loads of talent on display! Such artistry. I can't believe how many different patterns there are out there.

Prims By The Water said...

Am not a purple fan but sure do like that first rug! That fish mobile is very interesting. Never seen hooked pieces done this way before. Janice

Hill Top Post said...

So much talent and lots of hard work, but a great big wow for these beautiful rugs!

Beside a babbling brook... said...

so much beauty!!!

“It's so much darker when a light goes out
than it would have been if it had never shone.”


yaya said...

I love the dress! That gargoyle is a bit disturbing! The asparagus is cool because who the heck would have thought to make a rug like that? Thanks for sharing Cathy...beautiful work, I can see why you love going there!