Wednesday, November 17, 2010

In my last entry I told you about this wonderful
workshop held in Sharpsburg, Md. taught by Cynthia Norwood.
In this posting I will show you about half of the rugs from this
class. I did not get names of the rugs or designers
and I don't remember all of the owners of the rugs.
This first rug is the one Beth was working. Everyone
loved her red haired angel.
Sorry I don't know whose rug this is.
It might be Nada's

This is Traci's rug. It is a table runner.
She put it on the linen herself and chose many of
the colors.
This is Barb's quilt tile. She not only completed
the hooking but bound it using Cynthia's method
for binding primitive rugs.
Sorry, I don't know whose rug this is.

I don't know this rug either. I believe that this rug and
the one above were brought in by workshop
participants for show and tell.
This is the beginning of my rug.
It is Adam and Eve in the Garden.
These pictures are about half of what I have. I will be posting the balance in a day or two. I hope that you enjoy this little glimpse into a wonderful workshop experience.


weaverpat said...

Hi Doris,
Great rugs!
I love the Adam and Eve that you're working on. Can't wait to see all the details.
Thanks for sharing the pictures of this excellent workshop.

Julia said...

Hi Doris, your rug pictures brightened my day. They are all lovely but I love your Adam and Eve the best. It's a great design.
I can't wait to see it finished too.
My Childhood Memories rug has been neglected for a couple of days as I just never got to it. Take care. JB

Rugs and Pugs said...

Doris ~
Thank you so much for sharing. All the rugs are beautiful, but your Adam and Eve is going to be exquisite!!! I do hope you will keep us posted on your progress.
Pug hugs :)

Joanne said...

Thanks for sharing the rug pics! Looking forward to updates

moosecraft said...

They are all great rugs! Looking forward to seein ghow much further you got on your Adam & Eve rug!

crafty cat corner said...

When you say rugs Doris, can you actually use these as floor rugs, they look quite durable.
Thanks for the comment on Mr.T and his needlepoint I thought it was about time his work came out of the closet. We have to keep our men happy don't we. lol