Tuesday, January 24, 2012

What a lovely day and what a lovely view

Thank you Louise for an afternoon of hooking, visiting and eating. The food was delicious and plenty, the hooking was colorful and the chatter never stopped.  We all had a great time showing off our projects and catching up with each other and getting to know each other.   Louise's studio is the perfect setting - we were set up in front of a giant wall of windows overlooking the woods in her back yard - the snow that fell the day before was still in clumps on the branches of the trees.  The view inside was nice too - walls of soft colorful wool on the bolt and stacks of her hand dyed quarters - it was a great day.  Thank you for being such a warm hostess and accomodating with our snowy gift from Mother Nature. 

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The Peconic Ruggers, started by Gail Horton in 1996, is a rug hooking guild from the North Fork of Long Island, New York. We meet monthly at the beautiful Hallockville Museum Farm in Riverhead, New York.