Home Work

Here’s what we’ve been doing while staying at home. Images here are submitted by Maine Fiberarts’ staff and our readers. What have you been doing? Email us (carol@mainefiberarts.org) a photo or two with a tiny caption and we will post it here with everyone’s (stay at) home work.

This time at home is very special for creating. I was supposed to have a Special Exhibit, lecture, and give a class during Rug Hooking Week at Sauder Village in Ohio this August. The Exhibit was titled " Island Life Old and New" and included eight hand hooked pieces that depicts life on Bailey Island, Maine. The opportunity to make more pieces during this time of staying safe has been challenging and fun. 'Sunset Calling" has 23 different dyed grey yarns that re hand hooked plus some 3-D conch wool felting. The B.I. Fishermen include Bailey Island's locals and best that is hand hooked plus hand knotted fish netting currently being made.