Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Wonderful week in Nebraska

I am home from another wonderful week in Nebraska---so many wonderful projects to share with you. There were two groups for 3 days each.  Jan and Judy paired up to do a wonderful workshop with much wonderful food and fun for all.  I came home with some wonderful recipe ideas too!

 Here is group one---what was Mary Jo looking at?
And here is group two--- minus Carolyn who got away before the picture was taken.

some beautiful fall weather in a lovely farm setting...

My view on my early morning runs

The farm setting ---Judy holds some great Shed sales---another one coming up Thanksgiving weekend with lots of wonderful treasures!

                                              The house where all the creativity happens!

I will be posting pictures over the next couple of days in no particular order---so feast your eyes!

 Karla hooked this Maggie Bonanomi pattern called Autumn Flowers----lots of good textures and colors in this one!
 Another Maggie pattern hooked by Mary Jo with a wonderful primitive look.
 This was a Tammy Rice pattern (Red Rocket) hooked by Jodi---so many possible interpretations for this pattern---I think the geometric  center on this one is going to  perfect for this pattern---and fits right in with my love of floral geometrics!
 Larry hooked this Red Barn (Kathy Stephan) pattern---love the center star and play with the penny flowers---the two toned border will give a nice finish to the edge---great job!
And not to be outdone by his wife Linda---here is a Woolley Fox pattern with a wonderful Pineapple---looks good enough to eat!!!  This one will have a dark background which will really make it pop!
 Fall is here---Dennie chose a Rhonda Manley pattern with fall leaves and acorns.  These leaves were inspired by some of my long lovelies...

 Maureen was working on Karen Kahle's Antique Rose Runner---take a close look at that strip on the outside edge of the rug---done with a very wide hand cut and tear---a great primitive rug.
 Lori got a lot done on this Partridge pattern of Edyth O'Neills and she was only there for two days!  I love how it is turning out---soft and beautiful.
Jan's turkey lost his hat and got a new head as well as losing his name---will say "thanks" instead---good primitive colors and textures---Go Jan go---finish him for Thanksgiving!

As much as I would like to keep posting I have to get work done..I am headed to South Central Teacher's workshop in Texas next week and still have to finish unpacking from last week---also the Greenwood Mercantile Holiday open house is this weekend as well as the First Friday Vintage market---such a busy time of the year!

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