Southern Teachers’ Workshop 2010

October 23, 2010 1 comments | Updated March 12, 2018

Written by Cindi Gay

This post is from March 2010 and never got posted so here it is 7 months late.

I started the trip early and hooked for the day with the group that gathers every Friday at the Fox Cottage in Centerville, OH. I had a great time. I spent the rest of the weekend shopping and hooking with my good friend, Sue Ellen Fox. From there on Sunday I headed to Ripley, WV for Southern Teachers’ Workshop.  Teachers’ workshop is continuing education for rug hooking teachers.


Monday was wide cut textures.  My color came up last.  That means I got last choice on which class to take, but I would have enjoyed hooking any of the patterns today.  I rarely hook a pattern without changing something.  We were supposed to hook the dog with a nice rusty brown, but I saw the white textures (intended for the dog wood blossoms) and could only think about Sue Ellen’s puppy, Gladys.


I’ve never thought of English bulldogs as cuddly, but Gladys is a snuggler. Spell check does not like the word snuggler, but that is the best word to describe her. Needless to say, I fell in love.

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