I got home last night around 7 PM from teaching at the Ohio Rug Camp---it was a very long drive---didn't think I was ever going to get home. I spent Thursday night in South Bend, Indiana---took me almost 5 hours to get there. I got on the road at 7 AM and gained an hour back---so it was 13 hours home. I did stop to have lunch with a friend in Iowa which took away 1 1/2 hours of driving, but I really needed the break.
The Pathfinder is unloaded and the bags carried to the basement, but that is as far as I have gotten.
The Master Bathroom remodel and laundry have my attention today and am going to Manhattan, KS tomorrow to look at some houses with my youngest daughter. Monday will be put my studio back together day.
I will post a few pictures today and then try to get some more posted during the week. It was a great camp---the setting on the lake was beautiful. My classroom overlooked the lake---not that I got to look out the window much but having natural light was wonderful. I had a wonderful class of 17 students who did some great work and were a lot of fun. I had students from Ohio, Indiana and Michigan.
Thank you all for a great week!!!! See you next year...Anita
This is Kathy's Lib Callaway's " Shell Runner"
This is Sybil's Leaf Sampler---a Primco design by Fritz Mitnick.
This is "Cape Ann" and Edyth O'Neill pattern hooked by Donna.
Here is Cynthia and her helpers at the auction---I purchased that lovely scarf and a necklace at the auction---lots of wonderful items were auctioned off to help raise funds for the ATHA biennial in Lancaster. PA in October 2011.
I'm out of time so I will post more pictures later. It is a great camp if you are looking for a April Camp next year.