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Jacques Lepage / In The News

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Ontario Newsletter - Issue No. 4, 2016 By Dawna Matthew Just browsing through my latest issue of the Ontario Hooking Craft Guild publication and what do I see inside the front cover? Jacques’ rug: “The Beaver”!  Congratulations ! OHCG Newsletter, Issue 4, Winter 2016, Cover Page OHCG Newsletter, Issue 4, Winter 2016, Back of Cover Page - The Beaver, Original Design by Jacques Lepage

OHCG Newsletter / In the News

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Ontario Hooking Craft Guild - Reports by Branch Beaconsfield Hooking Crafters Guild (Area 1) This is the Quarterly Activities Report published in the Ontario Hooking Craft Guild Newsletter. Click to enlarge. Ontario Newsletter - Issue No. 4, 2016 By Dawna Matthew Just browsing through my latest issue of the Ontario Hooking Craft Guild publication and what do I see inside the front cover? Jacques’ rug, “The Beaver”! What a nice surprise! You can also see BHCG on the back cover, with projects from classes with Doug Rankin and Janet Connor. Plus our two lovely young ladies who participated in our Arts Alive Quebec workshop. So nice to see the guild getting recognition! OHCG Newsletter, Issue 4, Winter 2016, Cover Page OHCG Newsletter, Issue 4, Winter 2016, Back of Cover Page - The Beaver, Original Design by Jacques Lepage OHCG Newsletter, Issue 4, Winter 2016, Page 10 OHCG Newsletter, Issue 4, Winter 2016, Back Cover.

Xmas Card

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Happy Holidays! Snowman by Carolyn Ells; Xmas Tree by Ti Seymour; Illustration by Maria Romero

Show & Tell / December 2016

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Xmas Special ! Here you have some hooked pieces you can offer as Xmas gifts! Try other techniques as 3D Hooking or Punch Needle, or surprise everyone with a hooked picture frame, a sac or a welcome mat! 3D Xmas Tree by Ti Seymour Christmas ornaments By Ti Seymour The Christmas Tree was a kit purchased from Loretta Moore at https://hookedonthelake.wordpress.com/online-store/ Loretta's palette of primitive colours are divine! The base of the tree was a gift from members of the West Island Woodturners, two of whom came for an Introductory Rug Hooking Class. Such fun trying each other's favourite pastimes. I had the pleasure of trying woodturning and produced a small bowl - a lathe was on my wish list for a short while. Xmas ornaments by Ti Seymour These are pieces that I made for one of our December Intro Workshops. The ornaments were later hung on our Christmas tree at the Beaconsfield Library. Snowman by Carolyn Ells Snowman

Festive Hook-In

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Christmas Hook-In Our Christmas Hook-In was a huge success. President Ti Seymour set up her photo booth and as you can see members had a hilarious time!! We had a gift exchange, delicious food and wonderful company!   Here you have some images. Visit our Facebook Page to see all the 50 pictures! Follow this link: Guild Christmas Party 2016 Photo Album View of the room Xmas 2016 Xmas 2016 Xmas 2016 Kay Cousineau and Sally Perodeau Ti Seymour and a Viking! Carmen and Claire Jeanne Osler, Brenda Ticehurst and Lorayne Charenko The cutest couple: Isabelle and Jacques

Xmas Trees at Beaconsfield Library

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Decorate the Library! We were asked again this year to participate in the Beaconsfield “Decorate Your Library” event. Thanks to the city of Beaconsfield for including our Guild and thanks to Mary for producing such a lovely Christmas Tree.  The two-foot Christmas Tree would be displayed in the Library through the Holiday season. Mary and her magic touch at work

International Hook-In Day at Martintown

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Martintown Wild and Woolly Rug Hookers Hook-In Eastern Ontario with Beaconsfield  Celebrate the International Day of Rug Hooking By  Laura Boszormeny & Dawna Matthew Beaconsfield Hooking Crafters Guild & Martintown Wild and Woolly Rug Hookers What a wonderful day! Beaconsfield Hooking Crafters came up with the idea of celebrating our craft with the rest of the hooking community on this special day for all rug hookers worldwide. Martintown Wild and Woolly Rug Hookers provided the venue at the Martintown Community Centre, a central location north of Cornwall. The two branches huddled and organized a terrific day in Area One. There were 30 rug hookers in attendance, both male and female, young and old, with Rideau Valley Boots and Baskets, Prescott Hoops and Hooks and the 1000 Islanders represented as well. The meal was graciously provided by Martintown (4 different soups and rolls) and Beaconsfield (the sweet table), plus plenty of coffee and tea flowing all