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Dunbar was the first African-American poet to have his work published as a… More
The piece is hooked with fourteen different colors, each one dyed in 8… More
This rug was inspired by all the beautiful tropical foliage. We have a… More
I was a new rug hooker when I watched the Oprah Show about women survivors… More
My daughter-in-law gave me the photo of my grandson from which I based… More
When I knew I would be taking a workshop on hooking faces, I dug out a… More
Another vacation, more photos, another idea for a rug! We spent the day at… More
My daughter Ann and I decided I would hook a rug for her living room. She… More
This wonderful pattern was designed by my friend Joyce Krueger. I love it… More
What I remember about hooking it was feeling a bit intimidated by its… More
This was my third rug. It is a pattern by Jane McGown Flynn. I hooked it… More
When Jeanne Benjamin started hooking Chi Chi, she didn't expect to find… More
I loved every minute of hooking Thanksgiving. It was when I was into very… More
I designed this hooking before giving my older daughter the antique… More
Flamboyancy by Mildred Sprout is a pattern I had my eye on for over two… More
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