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Hall of Fame Rugs

Check out the Celebration Hall of Fame rugs!

November                         

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

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Hunter                     

This lion spoke to me at a zoo. I captured his expression and decided I… More

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Big Momma                           

This rug is an adaptation of a nearly 14 long runner made by my friends,… More

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Diamond                       

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

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Primitive Fruit                                       

I did this rug as my show and tell for Teachers Workshop. I had just… More

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Peace                   

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

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Marry Me, Mary                                     

This rug is from a photo of my Mom and Dad. It is done in 100% wool strips… More

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Basket and Apple Bucket                                                       

On a bright sunny day, I put the bucket and basket in the yard. I was… More

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Mont St-Michel                                     

This rug was an honorable mention in Celebration XXV. More

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Dance at Bougival                                           

This adaptation of Pierre-August Renoir's Dance at Bougival was an… More

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Birds and Birdhouses                                                 

This rug was designed for a student who wanted lots of birds on a large… More

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Early Spring at Benziger Vineyard                                                                           

I used to work in the tasting room at this winery and took photos on my… More

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Chris and Blackie: Summer of 1977                                                                           

I took this photograph of my mother just after I had bought my first… More

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Rick Rack                           

This rug was featured as an honorable mention in Celebration 27. More

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Facescape in Three Parts                                                         

I thought an extreme close up of a face would be an interesting hooking,… More

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