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This rug depicts my granddaughter, Madison, as a fairy. Her face was the… More
I thought an extreme close up of a face would be an interesting hooking,… More
This was one of my first original designs and my first entry in… More
My oldest son lives in nearby downtown Dayton, Ohio. He's deep and smart… More
I had a chance to teach William Morris pattern at the McGown Northern… More
On a bright sunny day, I put the bucket and basket in the yard. I was… More
In 2011, I visited France for the first time. I saw many beautiful things… More
Tiffany is a commercial pattern interpretation of a stained glass piece,… More
I had recently visited the Shelburne Museum in Vermont and was very… More
I enjoyed hooking the hair as there were so many different values and… More
Bucknam Bensons House belonged to my great-great-grandfather. It is at… More
I fell in love with Steampunk art via scrapbooking and had to play with… More
This was a silly kick I was on that carried on from Part 1 2 when I had… More
I knew I wanted to use a paisley shawl I had purchased, but I thought… More
I fell in love with Windsor Oval, a Karl Kraft pattern, when I first… More
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