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"This piece is symbolic to me of the wilderness around me. Kokanee are a… More
"I chose this pattern several years ago because I loved the playful… More
3 Padulas was shown in the first Celebration Rug Show in York, PA. I went… More
This adaptation of an 1890s painting by Paul Signac was a delight to hook,… More
Jeanne Benjamin will teach just about any pattern, but when it comes to… More
As a quilter, Jan Winter's favorite type of piecework is applique. The… More
Mary Rose is my mother at age 5. The photo was taken in 1918. The I00%… More
This rug was the subject of a class at WTW Western Teachers' Workshop. The… More
Abby Vakay has been continuing her pursuit of building a body of work… More
This rug is about my childhood visits to my mothers childhood home, Oak… More
Sunrise has all the wonderful possibilities of a new day and the joy of a… More
There is nothing like adding some vintage wools to a primitive rug design.… More
This lion spoke to me at a zoo. I captured his expression and decided I… More
Backyard Feeder Friends is a reflection of Bernice Howell's interest in… More
Jan Winter has been interested in Pennsylvania Dutch arts and Fraktur… More
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