Sue M.’s first rug made its debut at Cream City. Cat's Paws was designed by Sharon Smith and hooked by Sue M.
Loopy Ladies hooked rug clutches on display.
Loopy Lady & Cream City Guild member Pat C. displayed her cute piggy rug (bottom). Designed by Cactus flower and hooked by Pat C.
More rugs on display at Cream City (2019)
Linda P's rug. She was inspired by a stained glass window at her daughter's house. To commemorate the distinctive window, she decided to design a rug to feature it. It's even more beautiful in person. The unique color mix she got on the "clear" glass of the window is truly unique and does an uncanny job of conveying the antique glass. Her daughter is now the proud owner of this lovely piece of art.
a rug in progress, hooked by our own Sue Minorini. (Designed by Norma Batastini.) What an adorable depiction of Noah's Ark.
Anne S is working on finishing the binding of a striking rug with a dark background. One of our favorite elements is the multicolored "ribbon" floating along the outer edge of the piece. Designed by Lib Callaway. "Westport Flowers."
Foxes were a theme recently at Loopy Ladies. Two completed projects from the same inspiration. A small punch needle project of a wily fox, by Anne P, and a beautiful traditionally hooked rug of this same fox, by Roxanne T, on the hunt in this snowy winter scene.
Pattern Witches Consort designed by Tish Murphy and hooked by Janet D on exhibit at Rock River Rug Camp in Rockford IL.
Barbara's finished "Sharon Smith"