Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Pictures of Rug Camp

Finally, more pictures of Show Me rug camp in Parkville, MO.
We were so busy all the time and I kick myself for not taking more pictures...this is all I have of people! But I do have a few from the rug show and I'll post them next time.
This was where our workshop was and to the right is where we were fed like royalty! The food was the BEST! We laughed that all we did for 5 days was hook and eat!

Judy and her second camp rug. Again I kick myself for not snapping a picture of her beautiful shaded yellow rose. She got so far on that one so she decided to hook my sunflower runner.

I love what she has done so far.

Me on a very bad hair time for fussing with hair! I do have long hair but it's all behind my head. Not sure this picture will stay time I look at my blog I'll probably remove it!

Karen, of course I didn't have her show her rug and it was a beautiful shaded crewel piece.

Victoria during show and tell with a very pretty rug called Terrier at the Gate by Laura Schulze.

This Santa is a gorgeous rug! I think it may have been from a greeting card.

And at the end the teachers got together so we could take their pictures. Kaye is in the purple, she coordinated the camp. Victoria, Kathy, Jenny and Nancy (my teacher) is seated in front.

We really had a great time! I think it was the most fun I've had at a rug workshop!
The next workshop that I'm already signed up for will take place in Colorado next June with Victoria and I'm already counting the days and I know what my pattern will be.


Kim said...

Hmmm, 5 days of hooking and eating sounds like heaven to me. Great photos.

Orange Sink said...

Thank-you for posting all the lovely photos of the hookers and their rugs! The Santa rug is wonderful!
Don't worry about your photo of you! You have a wonderful smile and could never look bad......our hair just gives us grief sometimes...I'm glad to see a photo of you!
Happy hooking!
Cathy G

Connie said...

What fun you had! All the rugs are beautiful. You certainly have something to look forward to in another year.