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Wednesday, December 20, 2017

OHCG Newsletter / In The News

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.


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winter 2017
OHCG Newsletter, Issue 4 Winter 2017, Cover Page

Winter 2017, Rug Hooking Magazine
OHCG Newsletter, Issue 4 Winter 2017, Page 4

Winter 2017, page 6
OHCG Newsletter, Issue 4 Winter 2017,  Page 6: Reports by Branch


It was so nice to see our Covered Bridges featured in this issue of OHCG!

Covered Bridges
OHCG Newsletter, Issue 4 Winter 2017, Page 33

Back Cover
OHCG Newsletter, Issue 4 Winter 2017, Back cover

Sunday, December 17, 2017

Xmas 2017

Happy Holidays!


hooked garland
Xmas 2017. Illustration: Maria Romero

Monday, December 11, 2017

Xmas Hook-in!

A Festive Hook-in!

By Dawna Matthew

We celebrated the holidays at our last 2017 Hook-In on December 11th. Everyone was in a festive mood, gifts were exchanged and delicious goodies enjoyed. It was nice to see one of our new members, Ann, win a basket full of wool. This will help her stash grow!











Sunday, December 10, 2017

Show & Tell / December 2017

Show & Tell: Xmas!

Hooked Bags!



Claire
Hooked by Claire Fradette

Claire Fradette

I received the beautiful red handle as a birthday gift from a dear friend and so it became my inspiration to hook a purse for it at a course I took in Ontario.



Denise
Original by Denise Morissette


Denise Morissette

This bag is an original design. It is made out of a discarded cotton knit skirt cut in No. 8.




Denise  Morissette
Hooked by Denise Morissette

Denise Morissette

I have hooked the brown bag using a burlap bag I bought at Dollarama*, The stylized flower uses the different stitches learned in a workshop given by Lois Morris. New wool was used in  No. 3 and 6 cuts.

* Dollar Store


Carolyn Ells
Hooked by Carolyn Ells


Carolyn Ells

This purse was “made in a day” at a Green Mountain workshop in the fall 2016. It is perfect to use for errands when I take the car.  For the hooking I used new hand-dyed wool on monk’s cloth.



Tuesday, December 5, 2017

International Hook-In Day

December 4th, 2017

International Hook-In DayDec. 4th 2017, 10 Am to 3 PM
St Mary's Community Center
19659 County Road 19
Williamstown, Ontario

Hosted by Beaconsfield & Martintown Guilds

By Dawna Matthew

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International Hook-In Day 2017 - Hosted by Beaconsfield & Martintown Guilds

Rug Hookers
62 Rug Hookers from 8 Guilds attend


On Monday, December 4th, we got together with our friends, The Martintown Wild and Woollies, and hosted International Rug Hooking Day at the St Mary’s Community in Williamstown, Ontario. What a wonderful day! We had 62 rug hookers attend with representatives from the following groups:


  • Beaconsfield Hooking Crafters  Guild 
  • Brockville and Thousand Islands
  • Chateauguay Valley’s Rollicking Rug Hookers
  • Martintown Wild & Woolies
  • On Track II
  • Ottawa Olde Forge
  • Prescott Hoops and Hooks
  • St-Henri Rug Hookers


Plus 3 vendors:

  1. Loretta Moore of Hooked on the Lake, with her rug hooking and needle punch supplies
  2. Mitch from the Millinery at Cornerstone Farm, with his beautiful hand dyed yarn
  3. The family from TreeHouse Creations, with the wonderful wooden decorations


Vendors
The Millinery at Cornerstone Farm


Leslie Larson, our OHCG area 1 rep, gave a talk on the upcoming 2018 Annual, filling us in on what to look forward to.

Leslie Larson, from OHCG Area 1, talks to the audience 


Laura Boszormeny showed us some tricks and techniques to help with the fish bowl projects which will be used as decoration at the Annual.

Fish Bowl Project
Fish Bowl Projects 

Another Fish Bowl Project
Fish Bowl Projects 

A hand quilted bed cover had been donated to the guild and it was raffled, raising over 100$, which was donated to the community centre.  There were door prizes, delicious soups and yummy desserts enjoyed by all.

It was a truly rewarding day to see so many out sharing, renewing old friendships, making new ones and simply hooking together in one big group! Thanks to everyone who helped and participated.

















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