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September 09, 2008


Rosanne - Firefly Nights

The beauty of the many rugs that you've shown on your blog now and over the past few months always impresses me. I didn't know until I met you how pretty this type of rug can be. I'd love to actually see some of them in person.


The rugs are beautiful and it looks like fun. I really don't need another hobby you know. :) Your robin is looking good! I like the colors in that roving too.


Green! That's me after seeing your roving and spinning. As Tim Gunn says - make it work~

Wendy in NoCA

Wow! Love your blog...thanks for giving us the ability to click on the rug pictures and see them up close--it's almost as good as being there! Thanks from a newbie rug hooker!!!


Hey Robin

Love your blog. Check out pictures of the money pit on my blog.
I's so glad you started hooking again. I am constantly giving praise to fellow hookers regarding the large frame and stand your hubby made! Click on my name.....


Hi Robin!

It all looks wonderful..I so wish I could have "popped in" for a visit! The rugs are just wonderful and its great to have Jane back in the fold! Love her newest endeavors! Loved the spun yarn.....

Robin C

what inspriation. These rugs just call my name. One of these days I'm going to take the plunge and it will all be your fault!!
and then you'll be stuck with me at the Strippin retreat too!

Friday is my surgery (12th) keep me in your thoughts!!!


The rugs are beautiful! It's wonderful to see that the craft of rug hooking is still alive and well. I'm so enjoying your blog and your pictures of the hooking as well as your wonderful spinning. It's amazing how intense the colours are on the bobbin compared to the roving. I just have one question about the wool strips used for the you cut them all by hand with scissors, or do you use a hand crank cutter?

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