Category Archives: Current Projects

Dec 2012 Holiday Potluck

Mrs. Claus managed to visit again this year.  As usual those that attended enjoyed the good fellowship and delicious variety of food. Those that participated in the mat swap were well rewarded with the creativity of their fellow Tin Pedlars. … Continue reading

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Loops of Love Project

Loops of Love for Newtown is a rug hooking project to support the teachers of the Sandy Hook Elementary school in Newtown, CT in the aftermath of the recent tragedy. Volunteers around the globe will be creating a mat or … Continue reading

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A Little Challenge Inspiration

For those working on the challenge for the Cumberland Fair. A little inspiration for you Sarah DeCosta Graffam’s piece ~ this is a large piece she’s making real progress on. Remember need these challenge pieces done and forms filled in … Continue reading

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Finding My Creative Voice Through Rug Hooking with Peg Irish

Those in attendance at the May meeting enjoyed a presentation from Peg Irish  after thanking Cheri for all her work as past President, the work of the other officers whose terms were up, and excepting the new slate of officers … Continue reading

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Cumberland Fair 2012 ~ Sept. 23rd – 29th

The Tin Pedlars decided to maintain our connection with the Cumberland Fair and to that end we are working hard to provide a strong showing of our art form, as well as demonstrating our craft to others. People are needed to … Continue reading

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Raffle Rug Wool Needs

For those planning to donate wool for the auction, can we please pull out wool for the Raffle Rug? Lois Dugal has a need for several greens that will work against a dark background – we have background which will … Continue reading

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