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Rudi's Weavings
Albano and Gini Fuchs   |   Albano and Gini 2   |   Albano and Gini 3   |   The Fuchs kids   |  May 1, 1951  |   Albano Fuchs -- Hunter   |   Albano and Gini 4   |   Hermann T. Fuchs   |   Fritz Fuchs   |  Pastor Adolf Fuchs   |   Superintendent A. F. Fuchs  |   Johannes Romberg    |   Ewald Fuchs   |   Gertrude Day   |   Rudolph Fuchs   |   Caroline Park   |   Herman Fuchs   |   George Fuchs   |   Vernon Fox   |   Roland Fuchs   |   The Twins   |   Marco Fox   |   Marion Fuchs
Wall hanging irises small - Ken 600
Wall hanging, plants
Wall hangings
Wall hangings
Wall hanging - strawberries
Wall hanging - irises
Wall hanging - red design
Wall hanging - red design, detail
Wall hanging - turquoise design
Woven bedspread in Rudi's home
Woven pillow
Wall hanging in St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Cypress Mill
Wall hanging in St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Cypress Mill
Rudi's home on Donna Road had many of his weavings on display. Perhaps the most dramatic was the large iris panel that hung over the sofa in his living room. It clearly demonstrated his skill as a weaver and his love of irises. Rudi shared many of his weavings with his friends and relatives. They are treasures that constantly remind us of Uncle Rudi.

Rudi enjoyed attending family reunions. The SMACK (Shovel Mountain and Cypress Kinfolks) Reunions in Marble Falls and Cypress Mill areas brought together descendants of the different inter-related families who had settled around Shovel Mountain, near Marble Falls. Around 1980 Rudi wove a beautiful wall hanging for display in the St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Cypress Mill.