Here are a couple more photos so you can see the details better.
I absolutely love the antique black background she did. It's been fun to watch this rug grow and progress each month, but I'm sure she's looking forward to hooking on a new project - probably a smaller one! LOL
Vicki was doing some handwork on a couple tuxedo aprons she was making for her sons-in-law - they were so fun to see. She offered to model it for me so we could see it better. I guess she previously made ruffled aprons for all the girls.
Remember the little purse I shared a couple posts ago? Well, Nancy has finished the hooking on her version and now it just needs to be assembled. The colors she used make me think of ice cream sherbert - YUM! I like that she did totally different designs on the front and the back. You can see the lining fabric off to the left. Can't wait to see this one finished.
She also had this rug totally finished - a free design in a recent RHM that she added to and altered a bit to make it her own. This one's cute too!
And these are the rugs she's working on now. She had a small piece of linen and decided to use it to make three small pillows. This one is finished........
.....and this is the one she's currently doing - great wonky little house. The third one hasn't been designed yet.
I started a little rug that will probably be a table mat - made from a quilt design - it will have a light background. Hope it works up quick.
I recently won a fabric giveaway from Kathie Holland who blogs at Inspired by Antique Quilts and they came in the mail yesterday - can't wait to use these fat quarters of great oranges in one of my quilts. Thanks so much Kathie!