Spring Snowflake Hat at NHPTV’s Virtual Auction

Each spring for the past few years, I have joined the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen participating in the Spring Auction for NH Public Television.

Hand knit felt hat #34 of 2007 by Carrie Cahill Mulligan, "Spring Snowflakes"

My donation to NHPTV's Spring Auction this year, "Spring Snowflakes" felt hat.

Along with other League artisans, I have donated my work for auction, and on Gallery Night, I joined with Sunapee Fair Director, Terri Wiltse, and League Marketing Director, Pam Sullivan, to answer phones and take auction bids.

Fiber artist from Canaan, NH, Carrie Cahill Mulligan, joins with Terri Wiltse, Fair Director, and Pam Sullivan, Marketing Directior, for the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen's volunteer night at New Hamphire Public Television's Spring Auction, May 2007.

Volunteering to answer phones during the NHPTV 2007 Spring Auction.

This year, I’m tickled that my donated felt hat was selected to be part of the Virtual Gallery, starting today!

You can now bid on my Spring Snowflake Hat during the early online auction, from Tuesday, April 15th until noon on Tuesday, May 6th. The highest online bid will be posted as the hat is auctioned live on the air on Gallery Night, Wednesday, May 6th, from 6:00 p.m. – midnight.

Detail of freehand embroidered french knot snowflakes on a green and blue felt hat by fiber artist, Carrie Cahill Mulligan, of Canaan, New Hampshire

French knots and stab stitches make up my freehand snowflake embroidery.

This is a great chance to get yourself a one-of-a-kind, art-to-wear felt hat, and support Public Television at the same time, so visit the Virtual Gallery and place your bid today!

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