Back at the Beach Roses, Thursday live: Episode 155

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Back at the Beach Roses, Thursday live: Episode 155
  • Angela Jorgensen
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  • Deb MacIntosh
    Deb MacIntosh

    Happy belated birthday,Greg.

  • Maggie  Bathory
    Maggie Bathory

    Hi Susan R.,
    I wanted to take a moment to reply to your eloquently written comment about our friendship. Like you, I am very grateful for being friends and sharing the art of hooking rugs together. We brainstorm, talk about techniques, designs, colors, the Inspiration Sessions, and of course share the many tips and tricks that Deanne presents. We are going strong; nearly 1 year of video chats as friends. So thank you Deanne and team for the Wild with Wool site and bringing 2 people together who would not have met as we are thousands of miles apart. Social media was the tool that brought Susan and I together initially as pen pals, but now we are much more than that! Cheers!

  • Liz Abel
    Liz Abel

    Really enjoy you, your tribe, and your videos. I may have to try this hooking with yarn. I think I’ll start with Beach Roses. Wondering if you talk about how you framed it. Thank you!

  • Debra E Glover
    Debra E Glover

    Hello,
    Just finished watching the live replay today. I had a great time at the beach house in Buckroe Beach, Virginia. My sisters came to visit while there and I showed them how to hook. I read them a couple of pages from your Sunday Letters book and showed your beautiful rugs. They loved them. Also, my daughter Alissa started on the small beginner sheep kit. She is a great artist with water color, oils, pastels, etc. She only needs to step out in faith and start her online business.

  • Leiana Thormahlen
    Leiana Thormahlen

    Not to be too nosy but where is your ring? I love that ring and all of a sudden you are not wearing it.

  • Yolande
    Yolande

    On my first trip to Nova Scotia this passed June, I heard about your studio and beginner kits in a yarn shop in Wolfville. When my husband and I were driving to your studio I told him if I owned a shop, I would serve tea and shortbread cookies so people who came to shop would feel like new friends instead of just consumers. So imagine how touched I was when Deanne offered to put the tea on and I received a beautiful prepared oatmeal cookie for not only me but hubby as well! I was so shy because I didn’t know anything about rug hooking (I’ve done needlepoint my whole life) but was so inspired by the beautiful rugs, wool and people in your shop! Thank you for making g me feel like a new friend! I have shared this experience (and your website!) with all my old friends and daughters. I have a new friend who I met at my nieces wedding. She loves to knit so she is saving all her wool bits for me! My new hobbie is a work in progress but I am encouraged each week when I watch your live show.

  • Diana Pierce
    Diana Pierce

    I made a new friend this week. Her name is Sue and we met through a Live Meditation Series on Zoom. We both had been doing it for several months and discovered we lived in the same city. On Tuesday we met up for tea and coffee and enjoyed a lovely conversation. We will continue our in person meetings. It was very lovely to meet someone with a shared interest.

  • Jen
    Jen

    Hi from Calgary. I laughed along with you a couple of times today. I feel like we would be friends if I lived in your area

  • Deb MacIntosh
    Deb MacIntosh

    Terry was amazing to dear with yesterday,so pleasant to me,worked to make sure everything was ok,would love to meet her in person to say thanks for being so personable.

  • Sue B
    Sue B

    Watching the replay. I have not made a new friend in a very long time.

  • Deb MacIntosh
    Deb MacIntosh

    I met a lovely lady while I was searching out verel.This lady I never knew gave me verel,no strings attached.I,in turn,sent her a spindle to thank her for her generosity.WE are now cortesponding regularly.She is a wonderful mentor ,and a very accomplished fabric artist,I truly appreciate her .

  • Maggie Rossiter
    Maggie Rossiter
    Hello from Calgary !Sorry I missed you live.
  • Susan  Robson
    Susan Robson

    Good day to you all. I wanted to comment because my new friend was met on Wild With Wool. Maggie is from Colorado and I live in Northern Ontario. We both were active in commenting on rugs or rugs in progress and after awhile we both felt that we would like to keep in touch on messenger and share our work and ideas.
    This friendship progressed to where we facetime every 2 or 3 weeks and visit that way for 2 to 3 hours. We have exchanged yarn and wool and as there are no rug hookers in my community Maggie my dear friend is the person I ask to critique and advise on my work when I am stuck.
    So I thank you Deanne for your Wild with Wool group for bringing me a now dear friend into my personal and artistic life.

  • Claire Quinn
    Claire Quinn

    undecided

  • Claire Quinn
    Claire Quinn

    undecided

  • Chris Schutz
    Chris Schutz

    Haven’t made new friends but had two dear friends over this week. We haven’t been able to get together in person since back when Covid started except by computer screens due to health issues. We were all overcome when they got here. Friends are such a treasure. ❤️

  • Chris Schutz
    Chris Schutz

    Haven’t made new friends but had two dear friends over this week. We haven’t been able to get together in person since back when Covid started except by computer screens due to health issues. We were all overcome when they got here. Friends are such a treasure. ❤️

  • Jacquie W
    Jacquie W

    Hello from my blueberry field where I am hand picking my blueberries. I made a new friend in BANGOR when a group cleaned the walls of a classroom before painting .

  •  Anne Bird
    Anne Bird

    Good morning from misty South Central Kentucky

  • Debbie Russell
    Debbie Russell

    Yay River Stream!

  • Chris Schutz
    Chris Schutz

    Good morning!

  • Audrey
    Audrey

    Good morning everyone. Watching and learning from Orangeville, Ontario.

  • Danielle Marois
    Danielle Marois

    Bonjour de Venise-en-Quebec !

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