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May 18, 2024 Hook-in / Business Meeting / Speaker / Fine-shading Workshop

NEW!  Download a .pdf flyer about this Hook-in, Meeting and Workshop, and print it or email it to your rug hooking friends who are not members of the Green Mountain Guild.  We welcome them to join us for this fun day

Here’s the flyer:    May18Flyer   If you can print two-sided, one copy will yield 2 1/2 page flyers.  If you can’t print two-sided, print just page 1-1!

Our Spring Hook-in and Business Meeting will be May 18 at Our Lady in Randolph, VT  from 9:00 – 3:00

Coffee and tea provided.  Members are encouraged to bring their own lunch, and a snack or dessert to share.

We’ll have a Red-Cup Auction, so bring your goodies / prizes.

We’ll have two vendors:   Stephanie Allen-Krauss and Pam Bartlett.   Bring your checkbook, credit card or cash!

Sand, Sea, Boardwalk and Me by Nancy Thun

Presentor:  Nancy Thun will share her process of designing and hooking.


Cost to members:  FREE!

Cost to non-members:  $45  (membership is only $35 per year, so why not join?)

Registration opens March 15  at

Registration closes May 10 (the venue needs to know and so do we, so we can prepare name-tags and be sure to have enough tables, etc.)

Optional workshop:  Welcome Spring!  Fine Shading/Flowers Workshop

This workshop will focus on using value color swatches in #3, #4, or #5 cut. We will focus on shading techniques and blending values.

taught by Sandy DuCharme

Sandy says:  “I can bring wool and patterns, or you may bring a current project. If you have a cutter, you may bring that as well.”



Workshop Cost to members $45

Workshop Cost to non-members $75

Registration for the workshop will open March 15 and close May 10 or when all spaces are full.

If you choose to attend as a non-member, you do NOT have to also pay for the meeting.

Remember:  you can join for $35 and get workshop for $45!  Your membership gets you our quarterly newsletter, and free or reduced admission to other events, and you can exhibit in our upcoming show.

Randolph Vermont Hook-In at the Red Schoolhouse

Date:  Sunday, April 21, 2024

Time:  10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Location:  Red Schoolhouse @ VTC
46 East Randolph Commons,
Randolph Center, VT

Cost:  Suggested Minimum Donation $5

RSVP by April 14, 2024:
Bonnie Dore – 802-282-5814

What to Bring:

  • Your rug or fiber project to work on
  • Completed projects to display (optional)
  • Brown Bag Lunch
  • What is Provided:
  • Coffee & Tea

Directions to Hook-In:

  • I-89 to Exit 4 (Randolph)
  • Rt VT-66E to Randolph Center.
  • At top of hill turn right.
  • VTC buildings will be on the left.
  • At fork, turn left onto South Randolph Road.
  • Red Schoolhouse is first building on the right.
  • You have gone too far if you reach the cemetery or orchard.
  • Elevator access is two doors beyond the main entrance / stairs.


This is Bonnie Dore’s annual hook-in.  GMRHG is a co-sponsor of this event.

Member has a Private Show in Montpelier

Elisabeth Mazzilli is a  rug hooker located in the Mad River Valley and a member at the Front co-op in Montpelier, and a fairly recent member of GMRHG.

She writes:

I have an exclusive rug hooking show opening January 5th and running through January 28th. The Front is open Friday 4-7, Saturday and Sunday 11-5.   See more details in Events calendar.

Trichromancy: Color Divination – a show in Randolph VT

Several GMRHG members will have works in this show  February 3 through March 16 at the

Chandler Center for the Arts

71 North Main Street
Randolph, VT  05060

From the organizers:

“This show will focus on color in textile and fiber arts.

Trichromancy aims to showcase various dyeing techniques and styles, from traditional to contemporary creations. We will also display pieces that are not hand-dyed but fulfill the requirement of being a textile/fiber creation where color plays a vital role in the work.”

All’s Wool That Ends Wool – show in Montpelier

North Branch Nature Center

713 Elm Street
Montpelier, Vermont 05602

(Regular exhibit hours 9 am – 5 pm M – F   January 12 through March 28)

About the Show:

This group show includes felting, knitting, weaving, basket making, hooked rugs, and more from fiber artists across Vermont. About half of the work is from a project organized by Kimberly Hagen to promote the use of felted wool as an attractive, sustainable, and sound dampening option for restaurant decor. The remaining work highlights the wide variety of other styles and techniques used by fiber artists in Vermont.

The felted portion of the show was funded by a 2018 grant from the American Sheep Industry Association and was previously exhibited at the Vermont Sheep and Wool Festival and the Hildene Estate in Manchester, VT.


Alison Forest, Bradie HansenChelsea Clarke SawyerEve Jacobs-Carnahan, Jenny Brown, Jennifer DaveyKatelynn LatzKerry WoodKim Goodling, Kimberly Hagen, Kris McDermet, Laurie Curtis, Muffy GrolierNeysa RussoPamela Wilson, Robin Courtney, Sheri Schenk, Suzanne Taylor.


Highlights of our Upcoming Hook-in November 18th.

  • We’ll have a business meeting, hear from committees, and elect new board members — we have a terrific slate lined up by Sue Girouard and Davey Degraff — watch for an email on October 18th!
  • We’ll have two vendors on site:   Sandy Ducharme, and Mary Lee O’Connor.
  • We’ll have door prizes for folks who show up for the meeting.
  • We’ll have a “Red Solo Cup Auction” – which is really a multi-prize raffle — you put your tickets in the cup next to the prize you hope to win.
  • Barb Ackemann will do a demo of making a double zipper / double pouch purse using a small piece of hooking. You need to be registered for the event and send an email to  The first 10 emails will be in the morning demonstration.  If there’s more interest, she’ll do another demo in the afternoon.   The demo is on the sewing / construction of the purse, not on the hooking!  She’ll have zippers and pulls available for sale for your project.
  • We’ll have a “throw down” area for show and tell of your recent projects.
  • We’ll have a nice lunch, and coffee / tea / etc. and snacks throughout the day.
  • We’ll have lots of fun!

Are you registered yet?   Do it here! Registration Deadline: November 9th.

The Resort charges us per person for the room, beverages, snacks, and lunch, and we’ve discounted that cost for members.

The event is open to guests, but we’ve priced that to actually cover our cost per person — and to encourage membership! Bring your friends.  It will be a great introduction to a great group of people.


Make a weekend of it…

Our Hook-in / Meeting at Lake Morey Resort is just 12 minutes away from the Rug Show at Pompanoosac Mills in East Thetford.

We have two vendors for the event, but if you need to visit Dorr Mill Store, it’s just an hour away.

Maybe you can’t do everything in one day – call the Resort 802-333-4311  and ask for the GMRHG rate  ($169 classic/$179 lakeside) and stay Friday or Saturday night – or both!



Hook-in and Business Meeting November 18

We just had a very successful weekend at the Vermont Sheep and Wool Festival and now turn our attention to the upcoming 1-day Hook-in and Business Meeting coming up next month.

This will be Saturday November 18 at the Lake Morey Inn in Fairlee, VT from 9-3.

Sandy Ducharme and Mary Lee O’Connor will be our on-site vendors so you can shop for that specific color and pattern that is missing in your stash.

We will also have our infamous “Red Solo Cup Auction”.  For those of you new to the “Red Solo Cup Auction” experience—you bring your fibery/crafty related items and we auction the goods off.  Funds raised help to offset the cost of GMRHG events and programs.  Please bring items to add to this fun-raising opportunity (and don’t forget your money).  Contact Kris McDermet ( if you have any questions or just bring your goods to donate to the fun!

Registration is open at

$35 for members

$65 for non-members

Covers cost of the venue and includes a nice lunch.

Want to make a weekend of it?  We have a block of rooms saved at discounted prices:

$169 classic/$179 lakeside

Make your reservation and mention GMRHG:  802-333-4311


Artist’s Talk with Liv Aanrud—Saturday, November 6th from 4 until 5 pm

Liv Aanrud is a textile artist who combines elements of weaving, tufting, painting and drawing to dimensional fabric paintings and installations. In her talk to the Green Mountain Hooking Guild, Liv will discuss how her work progressed from painting into textiles, and how intuition, improvisation, rhythm, and scale influence how and what she makes.

She earned her B.F.A with a painting emphasis from the University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire in 2001 and an M.F.A from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University in 2011.

Aanrud’s work has been the subject of solo exhibitions at New Image Art, Arvia, 1700 Naud, and TSA-LA in Los Angeles; Sierra Nevada College in Lake Tahoe, NV, Oasis Gallery, Marquette, MI, John Davis Gallery and Pamela Salisbury Gallery in Hudson NY, and Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects, NYC. Her work has been shown in group exhibitions across the U.S., Taiwan, Germany, and Spain. She has an upcoming exhibition in Lillehammer, Norway.

She currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California.

Website and video:


Registration is required (you’ll get the Zoom Link info in an email after you register)

Free for Guild Members, $5 for non-members.   Register Here!

No July Hook-in but….

The Board met and came to the conclusion that there wasn’t time to plan a Hook In for July, and that many members were busy with vacation plans and finally getting to be with grand-children.   We’ll look to schedule something in the fall.

We’re hoping your local groups are finding time and spaces to get together.

The Brattleboro Rug Social group was able to meet in our usual space for the first time last week.  It was so good to be able to be in the same space together.

We still hope people are thinking about how to Hook in Public  this summer, but the weather has been challenging!  Maybe looking into the fall will be good for that too.

We’re not far in our 251 Challenge to Hook in Public in all 251 towns in Vermont.  But please do let us know where you’ve been hooking or if you’re thinking about participating in a fair, Old Home Days, festival or other gathering.   We want more people to SEE what we do and get interested in hooking or punching.


Mad River Hook June 11

Quite a few of our members met at  The Mad River Fiber Mill in Waitsfield on June 11th.

Are your local groups meeting – inside or out?   Send us updates and pictures!




How to Incorporate Photography into your Rug Hooking Practice

An edited version of our May workshop, via Zoom is available here for those who missed it.  Thanks to Anne-Marie Littenberg for a great presentation and to Sharon O’Neill for facilitating, editing the recorded session and getting it up on our YouTube channel.

No meeting December 5th

The board determined we needed to postpone the membership meeting until January.   Watch this space for updates when things are finalized.   We did get some folks who came forward intertested in serving on the board — so that’s good news!

The Raffle Winners were Announced

The 2020 raffle ended just before out October 7 ZOOM celebration.

The winners  and (total # tickets submitted) for each prize are:

SRO Scrappy Rug One  — Dawna M  (262)

TES Tesselated Sheep — Beth M (257)

PPP Purple Rug and Pillow — Mary H  (32)

PSG  Pillow by Suzanne G — Darlene C  (143)

VSN Vermont Starry Night — Elise R (156)

WHE White Egret — Gina S (69)

SWF Summer Wild Flowers — Joyce G (29)

FSP Framed Sheep Photo — Kim A (13)

PHF Puritan Hooking Frame — Joyce G (77)

ONS Hotel Stay — Deborah K (43)

Winners were notified by text.

Board Members who donated the prizes will be in touch to arrange delivery of the prizes in the next few days.

We cleared just over $4000 in this raffle.

THANKS to all who participated!


October 7 GMRHG Raffle Reception via ZOOM

Join us for the Green Mountain Rug Hooking Guild Raffle Reception via ZOOM!
7:30 pm – 8:00 pm on Wednesday, October 7th
This night would have been our opening reception of our Hooked in the Mountains 2020 Vision Show.
Although our show was canceled, we can still gather and celebrate the friendship and fellowship that we have in the Guild.  We will also be announcing the winners of our online raffle.
  • This is a “mask-arrayed”!  Wear a fun and creative mask as you sign into our reception and we will de-mask to kick off the event.
  • Dress up if you want…this is a celebration!
  • Grab a beverage of choice for toasting the Guild and our raffle winners.
  • Bring a recent rug for a quick–lightning round show and tell.
  • The raffle closes at 7:15…so keep taking chances on your favorite items!
We look forward to forward to seeing you!  You will receive the zoom link in your confirmation email.

Online Multi-Prize Raffle opened July 1, 2020

The 2020 Online Raffle is OPEN at

Visit the site,  buy tickets and submit them for the prize or prizes of your choice.

August 30 update:  We’ve already collected $2500  from 69 individuals who have purchased 639 tickets.  The raffle remains open until October 7.

Tell your friends — include the address in emails, facebook posts, etc.

Below are links to a one-sheet with all the prizes, ticket package prices etc.,  order slips for selling to your friends,  and an ad which you can download and then send in emails to your friends.

You can also collect cash / checks from friends – but we’ll need full info from each of them.  Then send slips and checks payable to GMRHG to Barb Ackemann,  101 Washington Street, Brattleboro, VT  05301 — be sure it will reach me by October 1!


raffle slips   (4 to a page for cash sales to your friends)

ad that will appear in Celebrations coming out in August

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Guild Business Meeting – Sunday July 19th, 6-8 pm

We will hold a business meeting via Zoom on Sunday evening July 19th from 6-8:00 pm.

Members will get an email with a link to sign up for the meeting. The reply to your R.S.V.P. will include the link to the Zoom meeting.

First Online Guild Hook In and Show and Tell…

Our Spring Hook-In, scheduled for April 25, 2020 is also cancelled, but REPLACED by a Virtual Hook In and Show and Tell using the web conferencing platform Zoom.

At 10:00 on Saturday April 25, members will be able to log into a Zoom meeting, sit in the comfort of their own homes, and see other members as they share recently finished projects, or their current project.  Sharon O’Neill will moderate the session and call on members to share one at a time.

See Guild Events to RSVP.  You’ll then get a letter with all the details for logging into the Zoom meeting.

Here’s a screen shot from our recent board meeting, to give you an idea of how this might work. There were only ten of us, so we could all fit on the screen.  For the April 25 event,  you’ll see one person at a time sharing their projects.  And it can really be a hook in, because you can hook while you watch!  Just be ready when it’s your turn to to share!

GMRHG Board Meeting via Zoom

Fall Hook-In 2019

A large group of hookers enjoyed the two-day Fall Hook in at the Stoweflake Inn in Stowe. The room was packed with enthusiasm. People from near and far shared the camaraderie of hooking. Several vendors were set up around the outside of the room. The colorful displays drew many a hooker over for a few more “must have” pieces of wool or accessories. Besides a Guild meeting run by our leader Gina and our very capable Board, we heard from two speakers and did some group sharing.

Judith Hotchkiss

Judith HotchkissJudith Hotchkiss spoke to the group on Saturday afternoon. Judith has turned to punch rug hooking and punch needle embroidery and is currently most interested in combining punch and traditional rug hooking. She is an Oxford Certified Punch Needle Instructor as well as McGown certified to teach traditional rug hooking. She dyes all her own yarns and wool yardage and occasionally includes her own handspun wool. Judith lives and works in Deer Isle, Maine where she is constantly inspired by the colors and beauty of Downeast Maine.


Judith Hotchkiss hooked mat

Sunday before lunch:  Loretta Scena

Loretta Scena

Loretta Scena gave a presentation on Sunday. She shared the story of her rug hooking journey and displayed many of her creative rugs. Loretta is a McGown certified Traditional rug hooking Teacher from Long Island New York. She is a self-taught fiber artist who loves to create embellishments and ornaments using beads, yarns and scraps of fabric. She is a member of ATHA, TIGHR, and the Pearl McGown National Guild, as well as several east coast guilds. She is the past president of the Long Island Guild of rug crafting artists. She has had her work published a few themed rug hooking Books, as well as Rug Hooking Magazine. She is the curator along with Michele Micarelli of the Exploring the Tarot Rug Exhibit.



2019 Raffles – Online Ticket Sales Open

We have two raffles to announce:

Tickets for each raffle are $5 for one ticket, or 5 tickets for $20.

Proceeds to benefit future programs for Green Mountain Rug Hooking Guild.

The raffles are:

One-Night Stay at the Lake Morey Resort, in Fairlee, VT


Two-Night Stay with breakfast each day at the Stoweflake Resort in Stowe, VT

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Summer Hook-In

July 13 and 14 we were at the Lake Morey Inn in Fairlee, Vermont

A big thank you to our new Program Chair, Sharon O’Neill for researching venues and making all the arrangements.

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Spring Meeting and Hook In was a great event!

About 50 of us met April 27, 2019 at the Capital City Grange in Berlin, VT, from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Our presenter, Kathy Giroux, is a fiber artist who specializes in needle felting.   Kathy gave a brief history of needle felting, and then focused on the process using many examples of how she uses needle felting in her art.  We got a good overview of what Kathy means when she says, “I paint with fiber.”

We had two vendors for the spring hook-in in Barre/Montpelier:

  • Mary Lee O’Conner – Hooked in the Mountains Wool
  • Stephanie Krauss – Green Mountain Hooked Rugs


Hooked in the Mountains XIX

October 17 – 21
Champlain Valley Expo,  Essex Junction, VT.

Opening Reception:  Tuesday, October 16,  5:30-8:30 pm

Just $10 to join the fun and see the show before it officially opens.   Meet the featured artists,  enjoy finger foods and cash bar.   There will also be a live auction of a rug by Peg Irish.

Show Hours

Wednesday – Saturday,  9-5
Sunday,   9-3


Champlain Valley Exposition Center
105 Pearl St, Essex Junction, VT 05452

link to Google Maps

Our 2018 Featured Artists:


Plan to take one or more of our one-day workshops with your favorite teachers.  Click the workshop title for more details.

Each workshop runs for one day,  9:30 – 4:30, with lunch provided.
The workshops are $125 each – additional materials / tools / resources may be available at additional cost.

Registration opened March 1, 2018.  Space is limited.   The Anne Cox workshop is full.

Rug Raffle

There is a new Rug Raffle featuring a rug by Kris McDermet named “Passion”.   Preview the raffle rug. Tickets will be available online starting in August, and will be available at the show.

Hook In at the Show

Guild members will be working on projects at the show, so you can see HOW this work is done.  We’ll have a frame set up for you to try your hand at pulling a loop!


Vendors will be on hand with wool,  hooks, and other supplies.  See the vendor list.


There are many ways to help at the show – from helping with rug registration, to hanging rugs, to manning a table, to clean-up.

The volunteer form is available now!


We never quite break even and donations help!   Putting on the show involves renting space for 10 days, including the set-up and the 4 days of the show itself.  Our walls and lighting have to be stored from one show to the next, so there’s monthly rental for the storage unit.  Use our new online donation form, or you can make out a check to GMRHG and mail it to Biffie Gallant, 2024 Hebard Hill Rd, Randolph, VT 05060.

Show your work!

Online Rug Registration is open  or you’ll be able to  Download a PDF registration form.  A single $10 registration fee covers up to 4 rugs and/or any number of stars.

Make a star!

“Wish upon a star” is the theme for the show and we’re looking for members to hook a star-shaped piece to display. More about this challenge.


A few new topics….

have been posted to the Member’s Bulletin Board, sometimes referred to as the Member’s Forum.

Don’t forget that this resource is here for all members to use when you have something to sell, something you’re looking to buy, a new discovery or accomplishment to share, or help needed.

Champlain Islands Fiber Bees 9th Annual Fiber Fest

The 9th Annual Fiber Fest will be held August 11 from 9-4 in the Community Hall, North Hero Village, North Hero, VT.   $20 entrance fee – includes a.m. and p.m. snacks and lunch.  We have an all day hook-in, a teacup auction and a live auction.  Proceeds of auctions go to charities.     If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me via  email or my cell: 802-373-0628,   Lynn Soule

November Hook In at the Sunset Ballroom

I’m sure there are wonderful Sunsets to be viewed from this room, but for us the Sunlit Ballroom would be a better name!

From Kris McDermet:

The Hook In last weekend was wonderful and fun and colorful with beautiful views and vendors and friends.  What could be better!  Thank you for all of your work and organization, Jane and Gail especially, and to the board for making it such a nice time.

The space for the Hook In was great – with good lighting for all – except when we wished we could have darkness for our presenters’ slide shows!

2017 Raffle — Game Table by Patty Yoder

Barbara Lukas won the table, designed and hooked by Patty Yoder.

The Shelburne Museum currently has an exhibiton of Patty Yoder’s work at the Pizzagalli Art and Education Building. Many of you knew Patty, but many new hookers may not know about her. She was one of our guild Presidents and very instrumental in bringing the Hooked in the Mountain Show to the Shelburne Museum. She is much missed.

Here is what the museum says about Patty’s work “Bringing together the artist’s first and last works alongside preparatory sketches and other ephemera, Hooked on Patty Yoder surveys the 13 -year career of American rug hooker Patty Yoder (1943-2005). Best known for her beguiling Alphabet of Sheep (2003), Yoder conceived of her designs as “paintings with wool to be hung and enjoyed as art.” Exacting attention to color, composition, and technique, paired with Patty’s penchant for high visual standards and whimsical designs, truly sets her work as a new standard within the field of American textile arts.”

Museum admission is $10. The show opened September 30 and comes down January 21. Many guild members took advantage of being close by and fit in a trip to the museum while in the area for the Hook In. If you couldn’t make it, there is still time!

2016 Raffle Rug – Update!

raffle-rug-finishedThis is the raffle rug for the Green Mountain Rug Hooking Guild’s Hooked in the Mountains XVIII Rug Show at the Champlain Valley Expo Center in Essex, Vermont, October 19-23, 2016.

The following rug hooking artists made the 8 rectangles and many thanks to them for creating such imaginative designs.  They donated their pieces to the guild several years ago.  The 8 rectangles had been part of the Circus Train Exhibit at the Shelburne Museum in Shelburne, VT.

Joanne Millen
John Woodard
Susan Gingas
Anne Marie Littenberg
Polly Alexander
Debra Boudrieau
Kim Dubay
Judith Osler Phillips

Each rectangle has been surrounded with braid, then joined together with a hooked border on the top and bottom and finished off with 2-3 more rows of braid.

The overall size is approximately 3 feet 10 inches by 6 feet 11 inches.

UPDATE:  Joanne Heidkamp recently got in touch.  She wrote:

I am the person who won the Circus Train hooked rug at the Rug Show last year.

It was too big to display properly in my little ranch house, so I reached out  through some friends, and eventually donated it to the Cobleigh Library in Lyndonville. They have it displayed on the wall in their Children’s Room

If anyone in the Guild has time, it would be neat if someone could contact the Library and give them background on the people who hooked the various squares, and maybe some basics on caring for a hooked rug.   And of course if you have members over in that area, they might enjoy visiting the rug on display.

Their webpage is

It is nice to know that many people will have the chance to see and enjoy the rug.    We’ll be providing the library a copy of the book that was made about the Circus Train Exhibit at the Shelburne Museum.  The eight panels in this rug were part of that exhibit several years ago.

Summer Hook-in 2017


Saturday July 29, 9AM- 4PM

Rutland Holiday Inn;  476 Holiday Dr, Rutland, VT 05701;   802-775-1911

Directions: On route 7 in Rutland (Hampton Inn and Days Inn are just north of the Holiday Inn)

Our summer hook-in will be a one day affair this year BUT you can arrive Friday and hook in the hall Friday evening. So come with friends and make it into a 2-day event.

The vendors will be in the hall with us this time (Green Mountain Hooked Rugs, Mary Lee O’Connor, and Nancy Jewett). Our speakers will be Amy Tatro talking about Mexican hooking artists she has met and Karen Lord speaking about penny rugs.

Spring Membership Meeting and Hook-in

Saturday April 22, 9AM-3PM

Capital City Grange, Berlin, Vermont (6612 VT Route 12)

Directions: Take the Montpelier exit off I-89. Go through several lights to the intersection with route 12 / Northfield rd and take this right. Follow route 12 for several miles until you go under the interstate and start to descend. The grange will be on your left and has a good large sign.

Our Spring Meeting will be in this charming Grange Hall. It has many big windows so we will have great natural light. We will have our meeting from 10:30 to 11:30. The event is free to guild members ($20 for nonmembers). Please register for the meeting on our website so we can set things up well for you. Bring your own lunch. We will provide hot water, tea and coffee and any goodies you contribute. There will be a table for members to sell or donate items they have to bring. We will also have 2 vendors (Mary Lee O’Connor and Green Mountain Hooked Rugs)  and a tea cup auction (donations welcome).

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Scholarship Winners 2015 – 2016

Each year two scholarships are awarded to Guild members.  Read about the awards and the people they honor in our Members Only section.

Patty Yoder Scholarship winners for 2016:

  • KC Carr
  • Lauri Troutman

Anne Ashworth Scholarship  winners for 2015 and 2016:

  • Bethany Thompson
  • Leah Karo


GMRHG Spring Member’s Meeting

Register Today For The GMRHG Spring Member’s Meeting

The Guild’s Spring Meeting will be held on Saturday, April 16, 2016 at the Old Labor Hall in Barre, VT.  The membership meeting will be held from 10:00 – 11:00am.  The rest of the day is open hooking.

Kris McDermet, Rae Harrell and Gail Lapierre have agreed to each give us a short talk on how to create 3D pieces right after lunch.

Members are welcome to bring and sell personal items that may be lightly used (no percentage taken by the guild for these sales). Show and Tell during afternoon! Bring your own lunch and bring a snack to share for morning or afternoon. We will provide coffee and hot water for tea.

Click here for more details and to register.

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