Ginny is a multi-talented crafter, accomplished in all kinds of fine handwork. Once, she brought a quilt to the hook-in for show and tell and I absolutely lusted after it. I kid you not, it was the most beautiful quilt I've ever seen. It was all done in ivory with immaculate hand stitching. I was speechless and, if you know me, you'll realize how rare that is!
Ginny's rug hooking is some of the best I've seen, with machine quality precision and hand dyed wools that bring class and dignity to each project.
Ginny has been hooking with our group pretty much since we started. Currently, my studio is the only hooking venue that meets in the evenings. Around this county, you can hook pretty much any day of the week and twice on Sundays, and for the women who still work outside the home, our evening sessions are appreciated. The social aspect of rug hooking is always an attraction, and the feedback you receive from one another is the fuel that keeps you congregating for show and tell.
Ginny hooked the William Morris Redcar below. She's fearless....never afraid to take on the big projects that call for finer cuts. Stayed tuned for updated progress on Alice.