I used the remaining fabrics to piece together a panel large enough to use on the back of the quilt, so it's as busy as the front.
I incorporated the labels on the back just for a bit of interest.
I'm missing my monthly meeting with the Salt Lake rug group today - DD#2 & her hubby are in Cancun and I have their two little munchkins keeping me company. But here are some pictures of the group I met with last week. Coralee is working on a rug depicting the Pacific seashore she visited recently - kinda fun to preserve a memory this way.
The surfboard was interesting - she added tiny bits of dyed nylon here and there between the rows of hooking to add color and texture - amazing what an impact it has on the rug.
Sandy is also doing an ocean themed rug - this started as a punch needle pattern that she enlarged.
I just realized there were a lot of water lovers at this meeting as Marliss' mermaid rug is coming along nicely - I love the color she added with the coral.
Jeanette is doing a small sheep rug - we all love those, right?
Sharon's version of Lori Brechlin's Lancaster Barnyard pattern is awesome - she is really good at hooking in the anti-godlin style - as seen in the bird on the right. I love her colors.
Marliss showed us this shelf her hubby had just made of reclaimed lumber and some old hooks - it's available for purchase! Talent just seems to run in her family!
It was a really nice get together. I enjoyed seeing everyone since I missed last month.