As a fibre artist, we need to talk with like minded fibre artist, we need to socialize with one another, we need encouragement from one another, we need to get excited about our projects with one another. We have missed being able to do all of these things in person since COVID-19. We do our best with online support but getting together in person, is ideal.
In Nova Scotia, even though our COVID numbers are next to zero, we are still being cautious. In my area, rug hooking groups have begun gathering socially, following all the safe guidelines of masks and social distancing. We are so thankful we can gather.
The feature picture above is of my grandson holding Chubs. A new kitten soon to be coming to our home.
I finished my quilt rug, duplicating a quilt my mother made me for my bed. I'm whipping the edge which isn't done as of yet.
In the mail this week, Carole finished this lovely little rug. She used my Heather's red and Saint Nick over sparkle wool in it.
Marilyn finished up this sweet teapot rug. Marilyn used my Burgundy wool in the background.
Joan and her friends (Cindy & Christine) were into visit the studio last Friday. Joan had used my Lime wool in the background of this stocking. It is such a sweet stocking.
Christine is working on her racoon rug. Christine has been using up my This & That wool in her flowers. I think she is doing a fabulous job.
Have a good week everyone! Stay safe!