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The piece is hooked with fourteen different colors, each one dyed in 8… More
The biggest rug I've made, and so satisfying. It's probably the only one I… More
This rug was done entirely in #3 cut. I did a rose first and didn't much… More
This rug is of my son, Patrick, and our dog, Logan, at Balsam Lake., ON.… More
What intrigued me about this particular rug was its abstract design and… More
This was an art nouveau design from a Dover Catalog. I loved the peacock… More
Satu is part of a series called Faces of the Houston Zoo. "It is created… More
Sandra L. Brown admits that she's a nature lover at heart. While many may… More
Wolf Close Up is the third in a series of wide cut, close up rugs. This… More
This original design "Rocking Raccoon" rug is one of a series of six… More
My grandmother lived on Machias Seal Island near Grand Manan. Her father… More
This rug was featured as an honorable mention in Celebration XXIV. More
"This piece is symbolic to me of the wilderness around me. Kokanee are a… More
Victorian Houses was one of my first original designs and pictorials. I… More
My friend Judy visited from Australia, and we visited the haunts of our… More
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