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January/February 2020                                                   

Our winter issue is ready for youand what an issue it is! Patterns and… More

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Olifant                       

I designed this piece from a photo taken by Colin Flannigan with his… More

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Party Animals                                   

This rug series started when I asked my husband, What shall I hook next?… More

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Have You Hooked a Good Song Lately?                                                                               

It all started with Paula Weiss. She was hooking a mat for a friend, as a… More

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In the Primitive Style: Hooking an Eyelet Animal…

The juxtaposition of eyelet, a common dressmaking trim, and animals is… More

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Sibyl Osicka Hooks for Animals                                                                     

Sibyl Osicka had just returned from one rug hooking workshop and was… More

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Rug Hooking in the Scottish Highlands                                                                                   

I am influenced by the magnificent highlands of Scotland where I live.… More

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Hooked by Rocks                                       

In 2011, my husband and I decided to celebrate our 40th anniversary by… More

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Eye See You                               

I started hooking close-up views of animals in 2005 and quickly became… More

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Mountain Lion                                   

The alert look in the eyes of this Mountain Lion is what attracted me to… More

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Wide-Cut Realism                                         

Do you like the look of realism in hooked rugs but only hook using wide… More

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Wilderness Spirit                                           

This came from a card found in the Juneau Airport done by a native artist… More

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Hook a 3-Dimensional Sheep                                                             

Get creative with our stuffed sheep! Use mottled wool, heavy yarn, or even… More

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Tiger Close Up                                     

The beautiful photo spoke to me and I knew it would be a great companion… More

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Hidden Objects Rug Design                                                           

About 30 years ago, I learned a technique of graphic design that I call… More

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