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Hall of Fame Rugs

Check out the Celebration Hall of Fame rugs!

Peace                   

Upon retiring, I decided to return to hooking and to hook a deer as a gift… More

(1 Votes)

Mary Magdalene                                     

Instead of taking her work home with her, April DeConick takes her art to… More

(1 Votes)

Felix Feneon                                 

This adaptation of an 1890s painting by Paul Signac was a delight to hook,… More

(1 Votes)

Bamboo                     

Fumiyo considers rug hooking's connection to recycling to be one of its… More

(1 Votes)

Log Cabin Spin                                     

Sometime around 1999, I began to explore the concepts of value and chroma… More

(1 Votes)

Chinese Scroll                                     

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

(1 Votes)

Slither                       

My previous rugs were of food motifs. I was drawn to their very graphic… More

(1 Votes)

Crewel Firescreen                                           

I had been dreaming of attending a rug camp for years, but trying to work… More

(1 Votes)

Diamond                       

Diamond is the most difficult piece I have developed to date. I enjoy… More

(1 Votes)

Child of the Universe                                                   

This mat was inspired by the poem Desiderata by Max Ehrmann You are a… More

(1 Votes)

Palace Scroll                                   

Sandra Brown started this rug years ago in a #3 cut at Asilomar Rug Camp… More

(1 Votes)

Missed by a Hare                                         

"I commissioned Melina White to design a smaller version of her nine-foot… More

(1 Votes)

Tiger Close Up                                     

The beautiful photo spoke to me and I knew it would be a great companion… More

(1 Votes)

Dream                   

While thumbing through Jody Bergsma's greeting card catalog, I was struck… More

(1 Votes)

November                         

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

(1 Votes)

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