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March-April_May 2015 IssueDoesn't that cover just make you smile? Wait until you look inside (preview in the lower left column)! The March/April/May 2015 issue of Rug Hooking Magazine features articles on:
  • painting with wool
  • getting permission to adapt contemporary art (like our cover image)
  • the joy of primitive rugs
  • using custom-dyed wools
  • images from fairy tales
  • simple rug hooking
  • using pin looms for textile art
  • dyeing for portraits
  • quick hooked gifts
  • hooking halos,
  • a look at the work of Inge Hume,
  • and more!

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Celebration XXIV

Celebration XXIV is here!

And what a celebration it is! A wide range of design styles and stunning techniques from throughout the United States and Canada (23 Canadian rugs this year!). Wonderful individual styles, regional scenes and perspectives, with close-up images that will inspire you to new approaches in your own work. Get your copy here.

And don't forget to celebrate your own favorite hooked rug by voting in our Celebration Readers' Choice Voting. Please help us honor these rug hooking artists by voting for your personal choice of the best of the best!

Hooking Animals, by Judy Carter Hooking Animals, by Judy Carter, is a popular Book Club offering, and you will be amazed at the realistic images you find in this photo-rich reference and resource. Follow Judy's clear and detailed instructions for hooking features, textures, and expressions of wild and domestic creatures, and you may amaze yourself at what you are able to accomplish! A great read and invaluable reference. Order your copy today.



Wide Cut Primitive Rug Hooking is a recent Book Club offering—a terrific introduction to these simply designed and popular rugs. Author Wendy Miller writes, "The common bond I feel with the country women of our past is what first attracted me to wide cut, primitive rug hooking." Here you'll find detailed instructions, charming patterns with folk art images, plus tips on using buttons, creating interesting borders, and finishing your rug in a manner that does justice to all of your hard work. Order your copy today!


Scrappy Hooked Rugs, a recent Book Club offering, is selling like hotcakes and already in reprint! Maybe it is because we all have scraps to use up, or maybe it is because this book is a visual masterpiece of gorgeous rugs, or maybe because Bea Brock is an outstanding instructor and she doesn’t hold back anything in teaching her techniques in this book. Whatever the reason, this book is a new top seller and one that every hooker will find useful in so many ways! Order your copy today and find out what all the fuss is about!


Know the Scoop!

Get all the latest Rug Hooking News by checking in with our Hooked In blog regularly. This is where we share news from across the country and what’s new at RHM, and some of our staff’s own rug hooking adventures. We also feature giveaways, guest bloggers, and more!

You can now subscribe to Rug Hooking magazine’s digital edition!  That’s right, the magazine you love is now available on your PC, iPad, Android, or iPhone. Just click here to subscribe to our new digital edition. 

You can also order ONLINE ANYTIME: Using the online catalog, you can order Rug Hooking magazine subscriptions and gift subscriptionsback issuesbooks  or, patterns and kits, or renew your subscription securely on this site. Purchase items for yourself, or as gifts for your friends!

All the best,

        —Debra Smith

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From Our Readers

Wintery Rugs (21)

We'd love to see your winter-themed rugs! Please share them here.
 

Hooking with Yarn (19)

We'd love to see your projects hooked with yarn. Share them here!
 

Abstract Rugs (2)

Have you ever hooked an abstract rug? Our January/February 2015 issue is chock full of terrific examples and excellent advice. We'd love to see a photo of your abstract work in our online gallery!
 
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