The Women Who Work at Deanne Fitzpatrick Studio
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Ask us any questions...... just call or email us and you'll get to speak to one of the creative women who work at the studio with me.
My main job is to create beautiful rugs and patterns. You can find me in my tiny work studio (it is only six feet wide) hooking, drawing or writing. There surrounded by the things I love, I to listen to podcasts and hook happily along dreaming up ideas to keep everyone else inspired and run off their feet.
After working here for fouteen years she knows everything that is going on. Brenda can turn her hand at anything and it comes out beautiful even the first time. She loves her dog Sophie. When she is not working out she is up to her elbows in fibre...rug hooking, knitting, weaving or quilting
Georgina is the happiness coordinator at the studio. She helps keep order in the studio, and makes sure everyone is nice to each other. She is a big walker, especially with her dog Molly. A beginning but sharp hooker, she delivers a great newsletter from the studio each week and keeps the studio in touch with you.
Denise is one of the imagineeers at the studio. When she is leaning over the dyepot, she is often cooking up ideas along with some marvellous colours. She loves to hook, draw and paint and finds that the studio has allowed her creative spirit to soar.
- 1-800-328-7756 he is up to her elbows in fibre, knitting,
Mary is a happily retired teacher who loves working one day a week at the studio. She writes on the blog as Maritime Mary. She is a long time rug hooker and knitter. She also loves beach walking, gardening, cooking. Her days are full and busy and she is living the dream!
Lorna's main job is to tell us to stop ordering wool cause the visa bill is too high! She has worked here for six years and looks after all the paperwork of running a business. She loves to dress up, wear high heels, and then of course there's pumpkin, her husband and she loves him too.
Dee is a librarian that moonlights at the Studio to get a fibre fix. She’s been knitting since 2006 and just recently took up rug hooking. When she’s not doing something crafty she likes to engage in competitive reading (yes, reading is a sport). She one day hopes to visit Romania and seek out Count Chocula.