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I am excited to be joining a very talented bunch of artists over at
 Early Work Mercantile!
I will be offering a few of my handmade goodies there, on the 15th of each month, starting in June. 

I hope you will take some time out of your day to check out all the great hand made items that are offered each month by myself and the other artists!
ENJOY!
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I just finished sewing on the lamb's tongues, so I thought I would share my latest little rug with you.
Thought it was appropriate for this holiday, hope you are enjoying the day!
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I finished a new penny rug based on a Maggie Bonanomi design.
I love the primitive feel to this penny rug!


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 I finally found some time to finish up a few items and get them listed in my Etsy shop.
I am feeling a little patriotic, can you tell!
 
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 I have made these hooker's pocket from vintage quilts to hold all our hooks and scissors for a day of hooking.  They are available in my Etsy store. 
You can see more pictures of them there.

 
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Cammie
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Thanks for coming to my new (old ) home. When I started my business back in 2001, my business name was Baskets of Wool Studio. When we decided to move to North Carolina in 2011, I was planning on opening a Rug Hooking Studio that was outside of my home, but that never happened. During this time, my website (domain name Baskets of Wool) was hosted by a company in Canada that went belly up and did not notify me that my domain was up for renewal (which they had always done for me). Unfortunately, my domain name got purchased and put up for sale for a crazy amount, Since I was not sure what our future held, I chose not to purchase it, which I couldn't afford anyway. Long story short, I started doing a few other items that weren't rug hooking related and thought maybe that was the direction I would take my small business, so I went with a new name Primitive Junky.  My passion for rug hooking kept pulling me back, so it just felt right to come back home to Baskets of Wool, where it all began! Thank you for following me along my journey!

If you want to find me, this is my schedule for fall this year:

Vending:

The Great Smoky Mountain Hook-In
July 28-29, 2017
Held at the Brookside Resort in Gaitlinburg, Tennessee
Email: smokymountainrughooking@gmail.com
I am giving a talk on finishing rugs.

Hooked In The Valley ~Fiber Art Show, Hook-In and Classes
October 13-14, 2017
Held at the Pine Tree Barn in Wooster Ohio
Email: katfraktur@countryilink.net

Teaching:

Hunterdon County Rug Artisans Guild
August 7-11, 2017
Held at the Educational Services Commission School in Lambertville, NJ
Email: debywalsh1@gmail.com

Rugs By The Sea~Traditional Rug Hooking School
September 17-22, 2017
Held at the Chalfonte hotel in Cape May, New Jersey
Email: linda.woodbury@gmail.com
Hope to have new stuff coming soon, so check back often!
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