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Dear Beginning Rug Hooker

Find the best rug hooking tips and tricks in this regular Rug Hooking Magazine column for the beginning rug hooker.

In the Primitive Style: Hooking an Eyelet Animal…

The juxtaposition of eyelet, a common dressmaking trim, and animals is… More

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Thirty (Fun!) Plaids and a Plain                                                                         

Like most rug hookers, I have a sizable stash of wool waiting to be made… More

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Just in Time                                 

The beauty of small projects is that you can hook them up and finish them… More

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Hook Your Own House                                               

This heartwarming place--whether from your childhood or your present day… More

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Welcome Friends                                       

This rug illustrates a contrasting relationship of type. The word Welcome… More

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Eastern Wild Turkey                                               

Here is my interpretation of a somewhat realistic yet simplified wild… More

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Holiday Stars                                   

Handcrafted holiday gifts make memories. These mixed media stars are not… More

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The Never Trivial Trivet                                                         

We all begin somewhere, pulling those first loops. More

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Primitive Pumpkin                                           

As seasons change, rug hookers bring out the fall-themed rugs. Ive… More

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Hooked Plushie Mummy                                                 

Have you seen the line of monster dolls made with brightly colored fleece,… More

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Hand-Torn Heart                                          

Last fall I was inspired by several ladies who had taken a hand-torn… More

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The Golden Egg                                     

I've long been a fan of Aesop's fables. The Golden Egg is a simple graphic… More

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For Beginning Punchers                                                     

Busy Bee was punched with an Oxford punch needle. If you are new to punch… More

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A Feather in Your Cap                                                   

Are you a new rug hooker who wants to learn about hooking animals? Do you… More

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Hooking in Circles                                             

When you feel like you're running around in circles, you get frustrated.… More

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