Friday, March 11, 2011

march madness

Just watched the Jayhawks win over Colorado and advance to the finals of the Big 12 tomorrow night.

Tomorrow I am doing a program for our State Line Rug Hooking Guild on Hooked braiding.  I have no idea how many will show up the program---but I am hoping for a good turn out.  Here is a picture of a hooked braided piece that I did a couple of years ago.

I had a class in Greenwood this week---It was good to see the girls.  Here is a picture of the class in Greenwood.

Congrats to Donna(in red) who got married in October!

Here is a picture of my booth in Greenwood.

I've started back into working out---trying to test my knee...  so far so good!

Time for bed...good night!


  1. I have never seen a hooked braided rug. I really like it. and your book is so pretty with all the color. Good night

  2. I've never seen a hooked braided rug either! I love braided rugs and my mother used to make them. I have one that she did. I love the idea of combining both braid and hook. I would love to actually visit your booth...wish I live closer.

  3. I would take your class in a minute of I lived closer! I like the look of hooked braids! Your booth is splendid!!! So many lovely colors of wool! :-)

  4. Love this rug Anita ~ s w o o n ~. Thx for sharing:)

  5. OMG..I want to learn how to do the hooked braided rug. Maybe my RV needs to come to you for some lessons!!! Look out Anita I could be showing up in a town near you!!!

  6. Hi Anita
    I cannot find details about the Newton IA rug hooking workshop anywhere on the internet. Can you give me info? I live in northern Wisconsin, but I travel!!
    Stoney Monte

  7. The Newton workshop is full, as are both May workshops that I am doing in Wisconsin. How about Vermont in September? E-mail be at anitahooksrugs