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November 9, 2011

Wool Pumpkin

A  few weeks ago my sister and I took a dimensional wool class at the Meeting House Fabrics, a local quilt shop. Kathy Gaul was the teacher. She is a wonderful designer whose company Meeting House Hill Designs. is based in Colorado. Kathy grew up in Leominster Mass. and comes home every October to visit family, lecture,and teach classes.  We were lucky enough to spend a  Saturday learning the basic of assembling this  cute wall hanging.  I haven't work too much in wool so I'm quite pleased how this has turned out.

I love the corn and the white pumpkin. I plan to frame it eventually.
This weekend  we are heading back to the Meeting House to make a primitive Bellsnickel, which is an old fashion Santa.

1 comment:

Melinda Cornish said...

the whole thing is beautiful...I havent worked much with wool but I love the look of it! the corn is stunning...