Rug Hooking with Spot Dyed Wool Video

By: Sandra Brown

Meandering Path Hooking
Sandra Brown demonstrates a wonderful technique for hooking with spot-dyed wool. Colors in spot dye strips are “zoned” by keeping loops circling until a particular color disappears. A color patch that is suddenly pulled up can be “neighbored” by pulling up loops around that patch until the color changes again. This means that every strand of spot-dyed wool can be used to create larger patches of color than if it was simply hooked along a straight line.


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