Saturday, June 5, 2010

Rugs from Star Of Texas-Tyler Part 2

Enjoy more rugs from my students at Star of Texas-Tyler rug camp!

Cindy Goolsby is hooking this Country Stitches adaptation.  She changed the animal to her dog.  Her colors are so vibrant and the green plaid background is superb!

Judy Glenn wanted to hook in old primitive colors for her Colchester Vase.  The lighting wasn't very good when I took this picture but trust me...the colors were old and primitive and gorgeous!

Rosalind Sellers is working on Majolica, a Karen Kahle design.  Great job, especially on the background and those squiggly lines!

Paula Fenter has been hooking less than one year and has hooked at least 5 rugs already!  The Tyler rug camp was her first time at camp.  She's hooking
Conquest of Queen Anne (Cindi Gay design).  Paula's hooking is beautiful and this will be a big beautiful rug!

This is Judy Collins' rug.  I love the red house and the happy flowers growing in the yard.

Sally Beaton came all the way from Sarnia, Ontario Canada to attend the Tyler Rug Camp.  Sally is a fun gal and it shows in her hooking!  This is 
Oh Glorious Day, a Lori Brechlin adaptation.

Claire Mills was hooking Checkered Jardiniere, one of my designs.  She was trying all kinds of different techniques.  I love her purple proddy flower!  It's stunning up against the butterscotch urn.

And here is Teena Mills' rug...graceful fraktur birds and a tulip.  Tina used a very special piece of wool (two sided with an incredible design woven into it) for the birds' wings.
I am extremely proud of my whole class for their hard work and creativity!


katie said...

Great rugs.

The French Bear said...

Beautiful!!! If you ever want to teach me lessons via the internet....I am ready to learn from a master!!!!
I love your one around here teaches or sells supplies! Too bad.... I would love to learn!
Margaret B

Rugs and Pugs said...

Kris ~
Your students are hooking marvelous rugs ~ I'm sure having a great teacher helped!
Pug hugs :)