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Work in Progress

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Show & TellShow & Tell  by BHCG Rug Hookers of rugs in progress during Hook-In of  February 22nd, 2016.



Kitt brought in some gorgeous primitive style rugs made by her mum. All are recycled material on a latch hook backing.

Brenda is also working on a piece that is solely sourced from recycled wool.



Sylvia's cats are getting the final finishing touches. A huge crowd pleaser!



Claire determined to finish her Maud Lewis piece before Doug Rankin arrives to teach a Wide Cut Shaded Flower class.



Monique making good headway on her 2nd piece - great colours


Barbara's crows are a true delight both on the canvas and in her back garden


Colourful rug for our colourful character Monique




Terri's first footstall project underway



Cathy's Scrappy Rug near completion, from Judith Dallegret's Scrappy Class in March 2015



Well done Andrée Lapensée for completing a pair of Hooked Slippers that featured in Jan/Feb 2016 Rug Hooking Magazine.


The sole of the slippers were adapted from…

Braiding with Kris McDermet

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Beaconsfield Hooking Crafters Guild Rug Hooking Retreat Ermitage Sainte-Croix  Pierrefonds, Quebec May 13-15, 2016



After Hooking Comes BraidingTeacher: Kris McDermet
Kris's recent awards include 2015 Rug Hooking Magazine's celebration - Finalist in the Original Category for "Prints", August 2014 Sauder Village "Prints" Mixed Media, October 2014 GMRHG
Hooked on he Mountains Viewers Choice for "Passion" and "Prints".
More details about Kris can be found at www.krismcdermetrugs.com




CLASS: Learn how to add a Braid to any round, oval or square cornered hooked pieces. Plus how to Braid within a hooked piece.

You will also be shown:
- Straight Braiding around a circle and oval;
- Padding and lining hooked pieces;
- Sewing and lacing on the first row of Braid to a hooked piece;
- BUTTING - that is joining the 6 raw ends of the braid to make a perfect Circle or Oval;
- How to Braid  and  lace a PICOT edge onto the oval -this will be row # 2;
- How to made a …

Shaded Flower - Wide Cut with Doug Rankin

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Beaconsfield Hooking Crafters Guild
Rug Hooking Retreat
Ermitage Sainte-Croix 
Pierrefonds, Quebec
May 13-15, 2016


Shaded Flower - Wide Cut Teacher: Doug Rankin
Doug is a Certified McGown Teacher who has taught workshops in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Ontario.  Doug and his wife Anne, own and operate the Rug Hooking Studio “Highland Heart Hookery” located in their home in Clayton Park, Halifax where he teaches monthly rug hooking classes to beginners and experienced rug hookers.

CLASS: You will learn how to shade flowers (Rose; Iris; Poppy) using a six value swatch with a # 6 cut.
Two six value swatches should complete one flower.  

PATTERNS:  Choose one of the following:  Rose; Iris or Poppy

Web: www.hookarug.com
Email:  dougmarlee@gmail.com
Phone: (902) 445-4644

WOOL: Anne Rankin will be there with her wool to sell & to help with color/wool selection.
For further information and registration package contact our president, Ti Seymour
Tel: (514) 247-9310 or email…

May Retreat

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Rug Hooking Retreat May 13 - 15, 2016Ermitage Sainte-Croix, Pierrefonds, Québec


Open Class

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OPEN CLASS with LOIS MORRIS Where:   Centennial  Hall, Beaconsfield

Price:  $150.00 Members  or $185 for Non-Members

Class:  6 Weeks :  Anything you want to do Primitive, Contemporary, Stained Glass, Pictorial,  Fifi (find it, finish it)  Any cut, Any material..
We will discuss color and how it works.  Also, how to use the fabrics you have to achieve the color scheme and look that you want.

Date :  Mondays   10:00 am  - 2 :00 pm;  February:   22/16 – April  4/16

Register:    Monday,  February 8th, 15th or 22nd.
Register intent to attend by Monday, February 15th at e-mail or telephone number below.

Teacher:   Lois Morris: e-mail:   lomohook@bell.net  or   lomohook@icloud.net

Phone:   450 – 834 – 6912

Student will bring to class:
A pattern or a design of your own.  Keep in mind copyright regulations if there’s a pattern you want to reproduce.
Putting your pattern on in class:
Know the size of the piece you wish to do i.e.  10” x 18”,  or 24” x 34” .  If you have foundation and red dot bring…