I can see by one of the signs that you went to Corn Wagon. Great Store! And they always have such fun rug stuff.
I'm completely jealous of your ability to walk into a shop and buy wool. Nothing like that exists in my corner of California. Thanks for sharing!Susan KLivemore,CA
I love the footstool.
Great pictures. I'm always tempted by the wool selection every time I go into my quilt store. They're definitely hard to resist!
I was just reading through your blog and I was so hoping that you lived in Ohio...oh to see your work in person would be so awesome!!! I have not learned to rug hook just yet but I have a store nearby that teaches classes so I might have to give it a try!!Dianntha
Gayle, I love the eye candy!!!!! See you on March 2
So cute. Where is the Corn Wagon? Should I take that rug hooking class? mIMI
OH WOW - what a lucky girl you are to have such a great LQS in your area that also carries wool for hooking. thanks for all the photosMel
I wish I lived closer to Corn Wagon! I haven't been there since the 2006 quilt shop hop. However, I did make their quilt from the Quilt Sampler magazine back in 2004 -- it's still one of my favorite quilts.NancyPS: Thanks for stopping by my blog!
Love you local quilt shop!! Thanks for taking us for a visit!
That looks like my kind of store!!! Very lovely samples and what a nice selection of wool!!
Thank you so much for stopping by my blog. You ladies who work with wool amaze me! I haven't dared venture into that yet but I love the projects done with it. This store looks amazing. I'm glad to have found your blog and am going to bookmark it. I like your title of your blog too. I'm the baby sister. My parents had 2 boys and 7 girls. I can't even imagine having that many, lol!
Ahhhhh...that was wonderful. Thanks for posting!
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