Finishing touches on your hooked rug, Thursday Live: Episode 179

Finishing touches on your hooked rug, Thursday Live: Episode 179
  • Angela Jorgensen
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  • Eileen

    We just had this same conversation in my sculpture class yesterday.! When an artist plans a project and completes it but it doesn’t look the way their mind intended it to come out, they think it stinks but when you put it aside for a while and then look at it without your planned vision foremost in your brain, you can see it for itself and realize it’s quite good on its own merits. Always finish it – you just never know!!
    Can we please have your oatcake recipe? :-)

  • Mary-Anne Rogers
    Mary-Anne Rogers

    Bare trees as I remember the different seasons with their beautiful colours…many sugar maples with bright oranges and reds in the fall.

  • Carol Bennett
    Carol Bennett

    Hi . I thoroughly enjoyed your video this week and am looking forward to the new pattern you put out.

  • Deb MacIntosh
    Deb MacIntosh

    Are your mugs available for sale?

  • Peggy

    Neutrals in nature:
    Sedum heads, red dogwood branches, birds nest I can see through the branches, moss on top of large rocks, pine cone seeds, bark.

  • susan gouthro
    susan gouthro

    What do you stuff the pillows with. Is it a form or some stuffing. Do you sell these 2 seeds pods as a kit and if so what is the cost

  • Deb MacIntosh
    Deb MacIntosh

    I love looking at the winter sky and watching the crows eat here.

  • Marnie Dunbar
    Marnie Dunbar

    I’m not into neutrals but I do love to see the snow on the bare trees and snow and ice on the meandering creek as I drive to Kamloops. I would love to have the recipe for the fold over date cookies that you mentioned. They remind me of my childhood.
    Thank you for the lives. I look forward to them as it’s a long time since I’ve seen you hook in your studio in your house.

  • Marie Hale
    Marie Hale

    Hi Deanne,
    Have to say, when you showed that wool with the black thread running through it in the studio yarn tour I didn’t like it but now when I see it in your rug today, it looks like stained glass. Beautiful!
    Marie Hale

  • Lynn

    Hi Deanne and Everyone! I missed this live, and am so thankful that you record it for us to catch up on, thanks for that. This rug is a good one, I really like the colours and I agree that with a heavier frame it will look great!

  • Diana

    Did you burn your hand? I want your coffee cup?

  • Anne Bird
    Anne Bird

    Thank you for another Thursday “visit”

  • Danielle Marois
    Danielle Marois

    Love it ! ❤️

  • Claire Quinn
    Claire Quinn

    I don’t see you on Instagram today ?

  • Debbie Russell
    Debbie Russell

    I love the color and texture of the bare trees against a bright blue crisp winter sky. Love the dead plants too Deanne!

  • Kathy Lykins
    Kathy Lykins

    The color and shape of wetlands grass inspires me.

  • Claire Quinn
    Claire Quinn

    I love your mat! It is beautiful!!!

  • Marion

    I look at the snow, and how it changes….also the grey skies on overcast days. The greys keep changing.

  • Janice LeBlanc
    Janice LeBlanc

    Happy Robbie Burns!

  • Audrey

    Greetings from Orangeville Ontario

  • Christine Schutz
    Christine Schutz

    Good morning!

  • Danielle Marois
    Danielle Marois

    Bonjour de Venise en Québec !

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