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Wool Collection Giveaway

Updated May 01, 2019

We are winding up our 30th year in print with this issue of RHM. All year, some of our favorite advertisers have given us gifts to pass on to you, and we are thrilled that they have joined us in our celebration.

Happy Birthday to RHM! This issue we have two gifts, guaranteed to end our celebration in fine style, including a gift certificate from The Woolery, valued at $100, and a selection of specialty-dyed wool from Green Mountain Hooked Rugs (dyed by color expert Mariah Krauss): four fat quarters and two beautiful spot dyes, valued at $100.

To win, comment below with what project you're currently working on!

Congrats to our two winners Pbwcbw 2277361 and Elizabeth M!

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Giveaway Rules

- Contest open to US/Canada residents age 18+ only. Void in Puerto Rico, the Province of Quebec, and where prohibited.
- There is a maximum of one entry per person. Commenting on this page will enter you for a chance to win the prize. Duplicate comments will be deleted and will not be tallied.
- Contest lasts from March 1st–April 30th, 2019.
- You have until April 30th, 2019 at 11:59 pm CST to leave your comment on this page. Comments submitted after the deadline will not be counted.
- The winner will be contacted by the e-mail address provided in their account. Please do NOT leave your e-mail address in the comments – you already provided it when you created your account.

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I am finishing a small lighthouse. My second rug hooking project.

I call it Four Sheep Pastoral, it will be a decorative pillow

My first rug! A seat cover with a primitive crow and stars!

My first rug! A small quilt design.

I am working on a floral - Van Gogh's sunflowers

I'm currently working on a pillow that has a bunch of different hooking methods. I working on the proddy section. It's so much fun and adds so much dimension to the pillow. I think I'm in love.

I am working on a rug for my bedroom, a mountain scene!

I am working on a mat which I plan to mount on the outside wall of my house saying "Welcome to the Keep". The Keep is the name I have given to my property which to me means 'safe place'.

I am working on a Navajo designed rug. It is a copy of one I wove.

I am working on a mountain scene.

I am working on a flower wall hanging

I am working a a wallhanging will five dolphins splashing in the ocean

I am designing a night landscape scene - I enjoying hooking night sky and a full moon

I am working on an original fraktur design.

I am working on a floral pillow.

I am working on a long Searsport geometric runner. I purchased a bright primary colored plaid as the anchor color and have used matching colors from my stash. It is fun to see the patterns that develop.

Rug for my kid

4.3.2019. I am currently working on my own design of a Civil War Hospital in Gettysburg PA.....my Fathers relatives turned part of their Spangler farm into this hospital during the Civil War.

Im still working on my first project. I could not afford wool so I purchased wool clothing

I finished a punch needle Christmas stocking for my grandson and just created the pattern for the next one. I also just got a Bliss cutter so I'm ready to start on my first rug! The tulip pattern from the last issue of Rug Hooking Mag!

I just finished a rug for my son and have started a kit from The Old Tattered Flag - Flagler and Caw.

Designed a small hooking project depicting sea grapes in all their many beautiful colors which will be displayed on a glass coffee table.

I am working on Nantucket Broom Ride by Lori Brechlin but changed the witch to a mermaid holding the American flag. Beautiful wools!! Thankyou to everyone who made these giveaways possible. Happy Hooking

.I am working on a primitive rug with two dogs. It's my own design abd will be a gift.

I'm finishing up a tavern sign rug I designed for my guitar making husband.

For the last 6 months, I have been working on a Celtic design using my initials Mc. It is full of detail and vibrant colors.

I am working on Nancy Parcells Rick rack

I am working on Pris Buttlers calendar rugs on linen

I am working on a fun project... my father is about to spend his 70th summer in his beloved summer cottage, so I am making an ode to 70 summers on Montana Road.

I am finishing up the border/frame of the 'Bridge Landscape' that I have entered into The Fiber Fiesta in Albuquerque this May. It is my second piece as a beginner.

Just starting to learn how to rug hook and I love the creative choices available

I just finished my very first piece. Needless to say...I'm hooked! ) I am now starting a seat cushion for my antique rocker.

Currently working on turning one of my grandsons pictures into a rug!

I have just finished a hooked pillow for the Grand Barachois 200 cushions for my 200th Acadian Celebration.

I am hooking a landscape taken from a favorite photo in England. Lots of greens to combat the grey of winter.

I will be starting a rug adapted from the whimsical artwork of Dana Simson (with her written permission, of course), and am currently organizing my color scheme (always my biggest challenge)!

Would love to win this! Esp as a beginner hooker!

My own design of an aerial landscape rug with lots of lettering running through it.

I am working on a rug of my own design. It's a look into a ferny woods. I'm hoping to hook my way into spring!

I am working on a contemporary Persian in lights and brights - looking forward to spring!

Both of these rugs remind me of spring and warm weather. I love to sit outside on a warm spring day and hook so either one of these beautiful bird rugs would be just perfect.

Hello. I am currently working on binding a fall rug with pumpkins and a crow and cutting wool for a snowman winter rug.

I'm currently working on a beautiful design made from a Maude Lewis painting. It is a lovely scene of a schooner and lighthouse, "Lobster Fisherman". Her simple yet beautiful paintings are fantastic to hook. So looking forward to it's completion! Can you imagine a beautiful fall scene with the wool offered with this contest? I can!

These beautiful colours remind me of a late summer day! Would be lovely to hook with!!

I've been hooking for about a year now, and I'm ready to start a more challenging project. My new project is going to be Sharon Smith's "Pansies". The Woolery colors would be perfect for the flowers.

Currently I'm working on an antique rug pattern of mermaids. So much fun.

I'm working on one of the magazine's free patterns from ten years ago.

Beautiful wool colors of fall. Just finished design for custom nautical pillows

The Woolery is my favorite local source for wool! I am working on a landscape rug of eastern Kentucky mountains in the fall - a photo taken by a friend.

I'm working on "Doggone Cat" by Pris Buttler and a second 25th Anniversary Rug of my own design at the same time. AND my birthday is in March, too!

I am starting an art nouveau piece - a lady smelling a poppy.

I am working on Canival by David Galchutt by LCsWoolnSilk.

Heading into retirement and have been looking for inspiration, I think I found it after viewing the " How to Hook a Circle" tutorial. Circles have always intimidated me but no longer. Can't wait to get started!

I am Hooking Autumns Grand Finale by Blackbird Designs.

I did this with sari and a little wool on the quillies. Love working with the sari silk ribbon. Pattern by Cathy Tokheim.

I am currently dyeing wool for my next rug, it is a star with rays inspired by an old woodcut design.

My current project is a folk art cat on for a footstool (for my sister)

Hooking The Lion and Lamb by Heather Cooper have had her permission since August 2011 and now feel ready. Wish me luck.

I am working on family rug with all our family represented. The design is based on Hutchison rugs.

I am working on a UFO of sunfowers and a large crow. It is slow going.

I am working on a cushion to be donated to the "200 hooked cushions for my 200th" project for display in a historical church. The design is an Indiana riverbank scene. The hooking is finished, just working on the construction of the cushion and getting it ready to ship to Canada.

I a working on The Old Tattered Flag's Spring Time Egg Roll. I hope it is done in time for Easter decorating.

Punch Needle Rug Hooking Around the World. I have had punch needle on my mind lately. I've been researching Amy's punch needles and wondering what size for what ply yarn, etc. Just starting to investigate. I was very happy to see the articles on different people throughout the world that have tried it and talked about it. The free pattern gave me some ideas of what my first project will be. Thank you for reading my mind!

I am working on foot stools covers but am not finished yet.

I just finished the cut-out owl and squirrel patterns from Heavens to Betsy. They were quick, easy, and fun to do. Next up something Celtic!

My first project was a chair pad, Holly Time, by Renee Nanneman. Then I was hooked!! Now working on a Santa portrait and several others lining up behind it. Also taking Deanne Fitzpatricks online course to learn her philosophy and methods!

am working on a pillow design by Painted Mermaid.

I'm a beginning rug hooker and have hooked Judy Taylor's Primitive Bunny rug design and am now working on her Sheep Whimsy design and having so much fun!

I am beginning my FIRST rug hooking project!!!! I have gathered tons of wool from thrift stores, read lots, watched many videos, laundered, rig apart the garments, bought the mason jar dye system, cutters love the sizzix, chosen my colors and cut strips and designed my little 20 x 30 rug for my front stoop. I'm very excited!

I am currently working on Linda Powell's pattern of Fence Post. She gave a wonderful 2-day workshop using this pattern to illustrate the principles of hooking pictorial subject matter. She is a gifted teacher, and we were fortunate to have her launch us in this non-swatch way of handling shading for #3 and #4 cuts.

I recently completed Laura Pierce's "3 Padulas." It was a pure joy to work. My favorite color(s) would have to be shades of pink progressing into clear true red. Thoroughly enjoy RHM, and I am auditioning colors to begin the "Jewel Tulip."

Currently I am working on a Yankee Peddler- "A Winner" rug. It depicts our hunting camp. There are a few changes such as the look of the building, long pants on my husband (whose rug this will be), I have to add a Newfoundland dog (our big lovable dog) as well as a few other changes. Most of the hooking is a #3 cut so lots of definition and shading.

Im currently working on Kitchen Tiles by Gene Shepherd. It is partially done.

I am currently working on Antique Floral by Ema Lou. What an exciting giveaway for some lucky hooker!

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