Kim hooked a snowman mat with a pom pom on his hat & cute scarf tied around his neck.
Marliss hooked a fun flower.
Tonia's flower was so colorful!
Coralee hooked a similar flower in darker colors.
And how fun that there were two owl themed projects in bright colors. Sandy did this one...
And Jeanette did the other.
This project exceeded our expectations and we might just do it again next year! FUN! None of us actually drink coffee, but the mugs will hold hot chocolate or herbal tea just as well! (smile) And they could also be used to hold pencils, or rug hooks - anything goes.....
There was some good show & tell that day also. Sharon was adding a lining to the back of this mat that will probably live on a table top. I love the movement in her background.
Kim put the final few stitches on this cross stitch - I can't believe how small her stitches were! I sure don't have the eyes to do this kind of work anymore.
Angela has been teaching a group of women at church this sampler quilt over the last year - they made two blocks each month. It's finally complete and she just needs to add a border and get it quilted.
Sandy is making five of these cute sheep rugs for her sisters - they will all be the same and her siblings will be SO happy when they open them! Nice sister, huh? We all want to be adopted!
Jeanette used a pattern by Rebecca Erb and made this little cat pillow as a Christmas gift for a granddaughter.
Tonia was working on a floral with a great border.
I don't have a current project to take to meetings, so I am binding several small rugs that have been lingering in my studio for months - it'll be good to get them finished!
The next day I met with the Salt Lake rug group and this is the project that Yvonne was working on.
Nancy is turning a small round chair paid into a larger rug by centering it and adding a border.
Kathryn stopped by for a minute and showed us the ornaments she's making for a group of friends.
I made a few of these little pincushions for gifts. They can also be nestled in the tree branches for a Christmas ornament, or used as little bowl fillers. Fun to do.
Last Saturday I went on a Christmas Home Tour that was a lot of fun. I snapped a picture of this home that was NOT on the tour - but I sure do wish it had been - lovely, huh? Maybe next year!
I have some other fun things to share, but I'll save them for another post in a few days.