Wednesday, April 3, 2013


Last evening, I met rug hooker friends, Pam, Sue and Charisse at The Happy Grape for a little fruit of the vine and conversation!! They brought their recent projects along for me to see! It's a Wendy Miller pattern and we spread them out so I could guess who hooked each rug ~ I was 1 for 3!!! They all hook in a similar style but Charisse is a little "brighter" as they all will acknowledge so I did get hers right! I hope you can double click the photo to see them closer ~ when I cropped it, it changed things a bit! Now, I've posted the original photo which shows the rugs more clearly!

We had good fun ~ and laughed a lot! And I got home in time to watch Dancing with the Stars!! It's a little draggy right now for me but there are some really good celebrity dancers that are going to make it a close competition in the end!

Off to dinner at the new Mexican Restaurant ~ talk to you soon!

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Kim said...

That is a fun pattern. I wish there was a Mexican restaurant near me.

Rugs and Pugs said...

Sweet rugs from sweet gals :)

acorn hollow said...

It is amazing how diffrent we all hook. I love them. and it sounds like fun.

Julia said...

I think that I like the first rug better because I like the colors.

Have fun at the Mexican restaurant and enjoy the food and the company.

Alice ~ Folk Art Primitives said...

Well ~ as I see that photo now, I can see I should have left it the way it was!! Anyway, the rugs on person were very fun!! Just like their makers!!

Saundra said...

The rugs are great and it is such fun to see the same design hooked by other people.


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