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Honest Eds was one of my favorite places in the city of Toronto. You could… More
Shah Abbas was the first rug for which I dyed all the wool myself dip… More
This rug developed from a simple Halloween concept to a complex, large rug… More
Working on the Railroad is adapted from a photo my father took when he had… More
Bernice Howell prefers subjects that have special meaning to her as a way… More
I am a flatlander from the Chicago area, and after a move to Pittsburgh, I… More
My previous rugs were of food motifs. I was drawn to their very graphic… More
This rug is special to me because I loved the photo and it was the first… More
Fishing Day began in our side yard one day when my husband was preparing… More
This rug makes me smile. I think the frog looks like Mighty Frog with his… More
This rug is based on a photograph of Mabel Irene Sloan, my paternal… More
What I remember about hooking the rug was that I was living in El Paso.… More
My favorite part of this project is the fluffy hair that makes me want to… More
Silver Spring, Maryland, where Sarah Province and her husband have lived… More
I knew I wanted to use a paisley shawl I had purchased, but I thought… More
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