The bottom framed piece was done by my friend, Jackie ~ needle felted onto black wool ~ it was very eye-catching! The pillow pair were gorgeous as well as the enlarged design in the upper right!
These were the rest of the entries and the one with the scalloped edge won the People's Choice award! Annette is a real creative gal and she won the wonderful gift of wool!!! There was lots of sparkly yarns used along with all kinds of other materials. If I ever get mine done, you'll get to see it right here!!!
These four Henny Penny's were done in a class that Barb Carroll taught here in Ohio last year! I love them all! I have one of these that I started at the Woolley Fox last year ~ when I finish that one, you'll get to see it, as well!
Another little gathering of rugs ~ love the sunflowers! I don't know who the hookers are ~ I do mention their names, if I do!
These four were done by Fred Grey and I tell you, they are fabulous!! He uses lots of wool, yarn, roving and it's very chunky and artistic! His sweet wife Martha is a hooker, too ~ they make quite a talented pair!!
I do know that this gathering was hooked by Linda Cook ~ she was one of the featured artists that day! Do you think I got photos of the others that were featured? No! I know Grace Danals was one of them but her rugs were gone by the time I got in there to take pictures! And I think Deb Tomchek was another one ~ she is a great gal ~ lots of fun!
Gloria and Desi were hooking away ~ look how happy Desi looks!!
This is the last photo ~ there were lots of other rugs ~ I just couldn't get to them all!
Linda Cook was the 'winner' of this original Deanne Fitzpatrick mat that were offered for auction at the end of the day! There was a fun silent auction and also a live auction of some very special things! Linda was pretty happy with her purchase!!