Summer Time Hooking

It is fresh strawberry picking and eating time in Nova Scotia! We are so blessed to have so many growers of strawberries around us. My granddaughter Sophie and her family went picking strawberries and she is holding up in the photo above a unique looking strawberry.

Do you hook less or more during the summer months? A few of us went hooking on Thursday at the Ottawa House in Parrsboro, NS with the Beachside Rug Hookers. It was a lovely time and this group made us feel so welcomed! The picture above we are sitting on the deck of the Ottawa House. A few pictures below of the day.

Wendy Brown holding up her lovely rug she has just finished. A Jane Wile pattern.

The Beachside Rug Hookers fearless leader Barb Himelman above holding a Kevin LeMoine pattern.

Stephanie Machel above holding her wonderful rug pattern by Loopy Wool, Highland Cow.

I had to take a photo of this beautiful rug that was hooked by a Springhill rug booker Ruth Smith that was hanging at the Ottawa House. Ruth is no longer with us, she was an exceptional rug hooking artist.

I finished up this little mini punched rug I did for a gift for a visitor arriving soon from Iran to visit her Uncle, my boyfriend Charlie. I hope she likes it.

In the mail this week; no new finished rugs to share this week.

Have a great week everyone!





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  • Lots of lovely rugs!

    • Debra Lynn Ackles Adams