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There is nothing like adding some vintage wools to a primitive rug design.… More
I chose this design for the whimsical nature that food can have for the… More
It was begun with a plan at a rug camp. Then it was put away in a bag for… More
Working on the Railroad is adapted from a photo my father took when he had… More
I was a new rug hooker when I watched the Oprah Show about women survivors… More
When I knew I would be taking a workshop on hooking faces, I dug out a… More
Winter Hunt features our first Vizsla, Treeva, and will always hold a… More
Sandy Brown might characterize hooking Winston as a learning experience.… More
I fell in love with Windsor Oval, a Karl Kraft pattern, when I first… More
My husband and I have collected windmill weights for many years. Someone I… More
I had saved this picture for a calendar several years ago. I loved the… More
Willow Oaks Farm was a labor of love to hook for my mother who grew up… More
Ive always loved the William Morris designs. They fit in so well with many… More
Will and Kirby is another portrait rug based on one of my photographs" my… More
I love BIG rugs, and this is the largest one Ive done. Mary Bower and I… More
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