Sunday, January 2, 2011

Projects from 2010


In my last post I shared pictures of the many talented people in my life...I thought I'd share a few of their projects...Sit back & Enjoy!

                          
                                A Painted Table Runner by Carol Bowlin...




The next three pictures are my "Military Family History" work in progress...I am combining old pics, scrapbook pieces, ribbons, medals, Patriotic sayings, Songs & Prayers on Old Uniforms and misc fabrics in a Crazy Quilt Fashion...The Finished size will be at least 24" x 36"...Like I said a work in progress!



My 1st full sized Hooked Piece...I've been known to cut out the centers of my hooking projects because I hated background!


 These next two pictures are of the fireplace in the cabin...you can see we all love red and mittens!


                                           

                           More Painted Floor Cloths by Carol Bowlin...

 
Jan Adler's Hooked Americana Wall Hanging



Leslie Mellen Needle Felted this Crazy Quilt with Kindred Spirits Designs for Ali Strebel. It is absolutely Beautiful and this Picture doesn't do it justice...



                             A Painted Cabinet & Tavern Sign by Carol Bowlin...



                              A Woolly Flower Group Project The Bee's did!


 The Granny Bee Hive traveled to Tipp City Ohio to take a workshop hosted by Ali Strebel... We had a blast!!


                                                                                    Heidi Ramsey

                                              Donna Ridgeway               

                     Kathy Ervin


                             Marilyn Rodgers


                    Deb Mund


                                Barbara Heffernan  
                                        

 
                  Another Traveling Hive Project with Ali Strebel & The Bee's...



We adapted a Rug Pattern we liked into a Covered Lamp Shade Applique Project!



 A Painted Rug by Carol Bowlin...She's Awesome! Oh and did I mention she's Awesome?


                               A Fall Painted Barrel Stave by Carol Bowlin...


    This Rug was designed and hooked by Cyntra Smallwood...The 1st Person who inspired me to hook...



                        This is Clarabelle...Elizabeth Gentry's 1st Doll Class...


                         Elizabeth Gentry's Witchy-Poo & Heidi Ramsey's Kitty...



                                 Elizabeth Gentry's famous Raven...



                    More Witches & a Halloween Boot by Elizabeth Gentry...



                                     Wool Creations by The Bee's...



                                          Elizabeth & Beth's Ginger folk...



 Kathy Ervins' Needle Felted Acorns...with Real acorn tops... Go ahead and try but make sure you keep the band-aids handy!


                               Elizabeths' Olde Flag Creations & Stitchery....



                            A Wagon of Grapevine Cones, Wreaths & Trees...


                           Leslie Mellen's Needle Felted Creations.



                               Leslie's Santa & Elizabeth's Stitchery...


                       Kathy Ervin's Felted Spoons for your Trees & Bowls...


                     Elizabeth Gentry's George & Martha Washington Doll Kits..


Taking Discarded Heirlooms and Breathing new life into them...One of my most favorite things to do!


I will load more pictures tomorrow as soon as I take them off of my Camera that's charging... I hope you were inspired...

5 comments:

Ronda said...

Awesome!!

Thistledew Farm said...

Lovely and inspiring!

Queen of...Whatever said...

Now that you got a call out on Beeladys blog...Time to start blogging more. Peaople expect it...They will start popping in....just sayin.

Lori and Chip said...

Beth,
enjoyed seeing you today and your blog is GREAT. love the bolster pillows, so pretty. PS I ran into Cyntra when I was home and just noticed that she was the one who started you hooking, cool. Lori

Mugwump Woolies said...

Wow! Great stuff...thanks for sharing all these wonderful works!
Robyn