Looking Out MY Window, January 16, 2022

I know there is an official definition of what a Nor'ester is, we have had two in two weeks.  I will give you my version of what it means to me.  My window of my studio above you can see the snow piled high over my flower beds.  A Nor'ester means to me, snow, snow and more snow, lots of wind and sometimes the power goes out.  I was lucky, I didn't lose power either storm.  My back and arms are sore from the shoveling.  My father has a tractor and lives next door and he keeps our road and lanes clear thank goodness but I like to shovel my walk ways and deck myself.  Good exercise I say.

I did pick up my Russian rug to do some hooking and wasn't happy with my 'secret message' and how it was working so I tore it all out and will begin again.  Therefore I don't have anything to show you of my hooking.  Maybe next week.

In the mail this week; Leon Cox finished a very old pattern she has had for many years and was happy to get it done.  I think she did a lovely job.

Lynne Lines finished my pattern called One Wish, it is so vibrant, good job Lynne.  I think most of the wool fabric was from Della's Rug Hooking Studio as well.

Carolyn Ames is on FIRE.  She hooked this pattern up pretty quick and it is lovely.  Most of the wool came from Della's Rug Hooking Studio.

 Chris Antle shared with me her lovely Owl she hooked using some wool from Della's Rug Hooking Studio.  Chris is working on a series of owls for chair pads.

Janice Boiduk shared a couple of pillow covers she finished, they are beautiful and some of the wool is from Della's Rug Hooking Studio.


Have a good week everyone, stay safe and warm.

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  • Yup, another Nor’easter for tomorrow! Stay safe my Sista! Beautiful rugs!

    • Debra Ackles Adams