Our workshop mascot for the day was this sweet little needle felted sheep made by Victoria below.
We had such a great group gathered for the hooking workshop. Everyone made completely unique houses plus a winged heart and fun green bird.
Slow and steady, Victoria's house is taking shape. She also gave everyone in the class a handmade book and I added some more fun places to visit in San Francisco.
Wow! I don't know how she did it! The first completed work in class and so fun. Her art students are sure to enjoy her fiber art hooking classes!
Loving this bird! I brought several patterns besides the little houses to play with. So glad this green birdie showed up.
The beginning stages of a great little house. Love the "owl" letters. The black strips at the top are our practice strips.
Ellen and Francie liked the natural light coming in from the windows and kept us all entertained with good music.
Love how the colors mixed in the roof area here and the greenery at the lower edge.
Isn't this fun?! Love how the little chimney peeks out from the roof and the fun mix of wools.
Another happy hooker! A fun little house with a heart....
What a great day we all had. Loved spending the day with such wonderful women. As Deanne Fitzpatrick says, once you have hooked at least one piece you can teach someone how to hook. Everyone jumped right in and started their piece and most actually finished up their designs in one days work and they all came out so beautifully whimsical and fun.