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Hall of Fame Rugs

Check out the Celebration Hall of Fame rugs!

Changing                         

There were many rugs with leaves, but I couldnt find leaves changing their… More

(1 Votes)

Chinese Scroll                                     

This was a free pattern in Rug Hooking Magazine, and I fell in love with… More

(1 Votes)

Tiffany                       

Tiffany is a commercial pattern interpretation of a stained glass piece,… More

(1 Votes)

Feather Hearth Rug                                             

This rug followed Diamond in the Square I was (and remain) obsessed by… More

(1 Votes)

Llarry the Llama                                         

I love llamas and alpacas. I had gone to a livestock show and taken lots… More

(1 Votes)

Fog               

Shortly after I started dyeing my own wool, I ended up with a large pile… More

(1 Votes)

Borders                       

I wanted a fresh look for our back hall. It had two of the first rugs I… More

(1 Votes)

Market at Mahone Bay                                                 

It was a beautiful, clear fall day in 1997 at the Mahone Bay Market in… More

(1 Votes)

Zig Zag Primitive                                           

There is nothing like adding some vintage wools to a primitive rug design.… More

(1 Votes)

November                         

This rug was done at Maryland Shores Rug Camp with Nancy Blood. We had fun… More

(1 Votes)

Log Cabin Blues                                       

I've always loved the log cabin pattern and have made two quilts from that… More

(1 Votes)

Tea & Oranges                                   

Leonard Cohen wrote in "Suzanne," "and she brings me tea and oranges that… More

(1 Votes)

Quaint                     

I hooked this rug to use up my #3 worms! I had several swatches, so I… More

(1 Votes)

Toby                 

Marcy commissioned me to do a rug of her dog why I dont know because she… More

(1 Votes)

Leopard                       

The turn of his head, the distant look in his eyes and all those spots… More

(1 Votes)

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