Show & Tell / April 2020
Show & Tell: Easter_
This is a selection of rugs from our last Exhibition, held in September 2017 at Centennial Hall. Use the posts' label "Show and Tell" of this Blog to see the rugs showcased in the past.
|Sugaring off. A Rittermere Pattern hooked by Rosemary Jean Hudson|
Rosemary Jean Hudson
This Rittermere pattern represents a typical Quebec sugar-shack scene: the collecting of the sap from maple trees to make maple syrup, which takes place between mid-March and the end of April.
|Bunny, hooked by Cathy Wilson|
Judith Dallegret and Susan Alain helped me with the design of my bunny rug. I got to use a variety of blue wool from my stash. This rug is on the floor in my very small bathroom.
|Hit and Miss Birds, by Debbie Séguin|
Hit and Miss Birds
My husband and I love birds, in fact one of our spare bedrooms is called the Birdroom. I decided to hook a bird rug with scraps of wool I had. It’s hooked with strips of wool blankets, recycled clothing, and leftover worms from previous rugs hooked.
I really enjoyed hooking it!
|The Farm, A Deanne Fitzpatrick pattern hooked by Nancy Thompson|
This piece is a very early Deanne Fitzpatrick pattern which I modified to add our two dogs. This rug is on the wall in my grandson’s room.
|Little Sheep, Original by Claire Fradette|
This Little sheep is a small original design I created using the punch-needle technique.