Sunday classes have started and they are a terrific way to get revved up again about hooking, the classes are limited in size and you get tons of individual attention
Here is a picture of a novel way Laurel found to hook. Bear in mind she is 16 and FLEXIBLE ! She put her legs through the chair back and seat and leaned her hoop on the chair back ! I like that kind of inventive thinking.
Thea and Larel show off their hooking !
Laurel( Honorary #3) just learned Sunday and she is finishing off a rug her mom started. Thea ( # 1 ) is revisiting hooking and is really enjoying it.
Pam was here too and she is going to make a derivative of this rug with her bits and pieces, the dark teal I dyed in December was for her. By the time I thought to take pictures it was time to go, we had some freezing rain. I'll see Pam tonight at the Wiarton Woollies meeting and I'll take a picture then.
Going to DO something now.... it my good thing.
I might be back to make a thing a day if I can't get the motor started. Pray for more snow so I might go skiing, it really is a necessity for me this time of year. I often try to learn something new at thins time of year and I think it will be machine embroidery.
What do you do to make the dark months move swiftly ?