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Pictures from the rug show

MaineggMainegg Posts: 7,787
edited 11:22PM in Off Topic
the Rug Show I was vending at for 11 days is a huge deal in the rug hooking world. It is held in the Red Barn on the Shelurn museum grounds.
If you are ever in VT and have the time check this place out. it was all built by a eccentric million heiress who was a collector. everything from full sized steam trains to collections of carriages to a huge steam ship and light house. all there. the barn is 3 stories and we and 11 other vendors are in the basement with the other two floors all rugs hung to view.
some of our rugs and wool
the chipmunk that played with us all 11 days LOL
fun saying and feeling :)
this rug was hooked by a grandmother for her grand daughter. everything begins with a "k" the rug is about 5X7 or 8 feet :0
can you see Lincoln's face in the center?
this one is maybe 4 or 5 by 10 or 12 feet.... breath taking
all different yarns and wool fabric in this one.again a huge one
just a small sample and hope you enjoyed them.


    Very interesting post Julie and great photos. I'm a sucker for wildlife so I love the chipmunk. The rugs are amazing and the creativity wonderful!

    Thanks for sharing,


  • Cpt'n CookCpt'n Cook Posts: 1,917
    Nice rugs, my Mom used to be a hooker.

    The heiress is Electra Havemeyer Webb, Vanderbilt fortune. My favorite thing in the museum is that hand carved three ring circus, really neat.
  • CanuggheadCanugghead Posts: 6,192
    Julie, you're so talented! I should hook up my second daughter with you, she's not a hooker but loves to knit and do other handy crafts stuff ... her siblings call her the artsy fartsy one! She even spins and dyes her own yarn, buys used woolen sweaters from thrift stores and strips yarns out of them, etc. She also loves watching food channels on TV but only cooks once in a blue moon!
  • Thanks for posting, Julie. Great pics !
  • Wow! Haven't visited the OT Forum for a while. What a treat.
  • RipnemRipnem Posts: 5,511
    Really neat stuff Julie. I would like to just sit an watch how the heck you do it.
  • cookn bikercookn biker Posts: 13,407
    Ah Julie, you pluck a heart string with this!!
    My mom is a master knitter, quilter and sewer.
    She does the knit camps. Just beautiful, thanks for sharing!!!
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