Suzan Farrens from our South Bay Rug Hookers Guild brought over a stack of wool and quite a few started projects from an acquaintance, Sandra Fletcher, who passed away this March from cancer. The money from the sale of the wool and patterns will be donated to WomenCare in Santa Cruz. WomenCare assists women in all ways related to cancer: emotional, educational, finding doctors, family and friend support -- they cover it all. She also has a number of hooks that she is selling--the proceeds of which will go to Strike Out Against Cancer.
I ended up with three projects that had been started and abandoned. The first one I couldn't resist starting immediately, even though I am in the middle of binding and finishing two other rugs.
Really, which is more fun for you--hooking or binding? I prefer the hooking!
It was originally priced at $47 and has the name Laurie Wiles on tag with a 6/8 cut suggested. I got the pattern for $15. Laura Pierce made a comment below that Laurie was the teacher at Western and this was one of the classes Laurie taught there.