This is a short post before I start preparing to head out to the makerspace at Regent Place Library here in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. I’m taking Wascana Creek with me for hooking. I’m also taking a couple of star decoration patterns for the public to try hooking. And I will set up a display for people to see some finished wall hangings.
I’m only there for this afternoon, so come on by if you’re in the area. I’ll post some pics later today… 🙂
Later… My oh my! What a day! Rug Hooking Rules folks! I was only going to stay till 5 PM, but my table was so busy with people – young and old – that I stayed right till 8 PM, when the makerspace closed. AND I was asked if I would please consider coming back tomorrow. I agreed. So I will be at Regent Place Library from 11 AM – 5 PM tomorrow as well. 🙂
My biggest surprise today were the number of young people wanting to learn to hook. The youngest was five, and it went up from there. I was surprised by the amount of talent in the children, and some of the adults. I did not have enough hoops or small patterns to hook. I’m going to try and prepare some small Christmas tree ornaments for the children to hook tomorrow and, hopefully take home with them. I have no idea how I’ll have them finish them…yet.
Here are the photos I promised. Unfortunately none of people. I’m not kosher about posting photos of kids online without their parents permission. And yes, that is the grass finished on Wascana Creek!