Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Getting reacquainted

It has been so long since I have hooked anything.  Since it was a storm day, I had no excuse so I dusted off my old faithful hook 


It feels great to have a project again.  I joined Deanne's pattern of the month club.  This is a peek at the March pattern.  


And after a few more loops were pulled.....


I was scared the April pattern would arrive before I started February or March.  I'm trying to hook as much as I can before the power goes out.  The snow is still falling, the wind is whipping it around and the lights occasionally flicker. 


Brrrrrrr. Just a quick post tonight.  




10 comments:

  1. It looks like you are in a mountain cabin in the middle of winter.
    Gosh, that is some storm.
    I love your pattern. What fun to get a pattern a month. Does that come with all of the wool too?

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  2. I adore paisley designs of any kind - looks like you've gotten a good start on this one.....

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  3. Good start to your rug, Kim. So happy you didn't have to go out in the storm.
    The only good thing about a March storm is that it usually doesn't stic around for too long...sigh. One can only hope, right?
    Hugs :)
    Lauren

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  4. Your rug hooking is beautiful and even. Joining a club is a great way to keep motivated. Good for you!
    Have fun..Marg

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  5. Love the colors of wool. Woke up to two inches of snow this morning, but it is gone now. Come on Spring.

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  6. Don't forget to break for snacks!

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  7. Glad you're hooking...and that design is great! Paisleys and pastels...yummy...perfect for spring. Looking forward to seeing more.

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  8. Love your colors! I hope you kept your lights through the night we saw a clip of reporters in your providence that got blown over from the wind.
    brrrr we had wind but not that bad and no snow!
    Cathy

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  9. We survived the storm and high winds and today is sunny and still a bit windy but nothing like yesterday.

    I'm glad that you stayed home to hook. I did a bit of hooking last evening and it feels good.

    You are ambitious to have joined Deanne's pattern of the month club. That's a lot of hooking.

    Take care and stay safe and warm.
    Hugs,
    JB

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  10. I've got to learn how to rug hook. Stay warm

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