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Hall of Fame Rugs

Check out the Celebration Hall of Fame rugs!

October Log Cabin                                           

I continue to be fascinated by quilt patterns and especially the endless… More

(1 Votes)

Anne                 

Bernice Howell designed this rug from a photograph that her husband took… More

(1 Votes)

Little Mabel                                 

This rug is based on a photograph of Mabel Irene Sloan, my paternal… More

(1 Votes)

Michel—Marcilly sur Eure                                                             

The textures of an old shutter and mottled wall were the reasons I chose… More

(1 Votes)

Reflecting...                                   

This rug was designed and hooked for a new book by Tamara Pavich. She… More

(1 Votes)

1885 Horses                               

This rug was an honorable mention in Celebration XXI. More

(1 Votes)

Victory Rose                                 

A little story about Victory Rose. A few years ago, my teacher, Peg… More

(1 Votes)

Indian Boy Ah-Chee-Lo                                                   

I hooked this as another response to a Sauder challenge. The theme was "In… More

(1 Votes)

Evan and His Lamb, Luna                                                       

Evan is our neighbor boy that calls me Grandma. So sweet. The inspiration… More

(1 Votes)

William Morris                                     

Ive always loved the William Morris designs. They fit in so well with many… More

(1 Votes)

Paisley Shawl                                   

It was at this point in my rug-hooking journey that Peggy Hannum, my… More

(1 Votes)

Carnival Paws                                   

Ive had a fascination with the cats paw motif for many years. After… More

(1 Votes)

Dress Rehearsal                                       

I love the relationship between the girls in this hooking. Each girls arm,… More

(1 Votes)

Morris Forest                                   

Morris Forest is a Pearl McGown design. What caught my eye about this… More

(1 Votes)

Peaches and Pewter                                             

Having just finished hooking three monochromatic still lifes in subdued… More

(1 Votes)

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