She started a new project at our meeting and is trying to use up a good supply of her accumulated worms. We'll see how that works for her - I feel like I usually end up with MORE worms after a rug like this! LOL Each block will have a red square in the center, surrounded by assorted colors.
Sandy has finished hooking an anchor rug that her granddaughter requested. For some reason that straight row hooking really appeals to me!
She made this adorable little wool-covered treasure out of an empty cheese box! It measures about 4" across.
Her delightful spring quilt was admired by all of us - she's really ahead of the seasonal curve!
Several of the gals were working on the little hearts that were started at the Guild meeting on Saturday. Marliss switched up the colors by using a hot pink, turquoise and chartruse green...
....and Kim made hers yellow/gold and green.
Shelly is a new hooker who met with us for the first time and is doing a great job on her 1st project.
Tonia is working on a Maggie Bananomi design that she bought in Maggie's class last year.
Sharon took this design from a vintage prayer book that she bought at a thrift store - inspired!
It was a lovely morning spent visiting with some of my favorite people!