Hooking with my BFF - she is working on a rabbit stair tread.
I am working on a snowman.
I met and chatted with Kathleen who offered an invitation to sit with their group in Winterport during their once a month gathering. I look forward to the chance to meet more talented ladies and learn more tips and techniques. It was a pleasure meeting her.
She is in the vest, looking out the window at the snowfall.
My GF and I intend on taking a class from Toni at The Keeping Room, in Hampden. Again another delightful lady; she has a bit of spunk to her. We picked up the cutest little snippet bags she made from wool scraps. We can't wait to visit her shop in the spring.
Cheryl from Hooked Treasures, out of Brunswick,
had this design she hooked on display. Beautiful work...
I picked up this pattern for myself.
As you can see she had some gorgeous wools; I picked up several small pieces for my Moose By Moonlight project. I will not be working that until I have a few classes and some more experience under my hook.
Cheryl has done it all, hooked, designed, instructed and runs a shop.
If we are ever in her neck of the woods we will surely stop in.
This day will be going into my Jar O' Cheer. I always enjoy my visits with my GF; we both had a very, very enjoyable day with this group and got some good hooking in as well.
And I am pleased and proud to show the Governor's Palace, as I have come to refer to Block Two of C@HRH is COMPLETE! FINIS! DONE! Yipee, Hurray and all that jazz.
Keep on stitching.
P.S. I won't make you wait too long for the Hook-In part two. I already have it built and waiting. Here is a peak at one of the swap gifts... Isn't she cute.