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Upon retiring, I decided to return to hooking and to hook a deer as a gift… More
Instead of taking her work home with her, April DeConick takes her art to… More
This adaptation of an 1890s painting by Paul Signac was a delight to hook,… More
Fumiyo considers rug hooking's connection to recycling to be one of its… More
Sometime around 1999, I began to explore the concepts of value and chroma… More
This was a free pattern in Rug Hooking Magazine, and I fell in love with… More
My previous rugs were of food motifs. I was drawn to their very graphic… More
I had been dreaming of attending a rug camp for years, but trying to work… More
Diamond is the most difficult piece I have developed to date. I enjoy… More
This mat was inspired by the poem Desiderata by Max Ehrmann You are a… More
Sandra Brown started this rug years ago in a #3 cut at Asilomar Rug Camp… More
"I commissioned Melina White to design a smaller version of her nine-foot… More
The beautiful photo spoke to me and I knew it would be a great companion… More
While thumbing through Jody Bergsma's greeting card catalog, I was struck… More
This rug was done at Maryland Shores Rug Camp with Nancy Blood. We had fun… More
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