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The Four Ds of Rug Hooking with Lois Morris
Over her 54 years of hooking, Lois has never backed away from any challenge. After working with charcoal, pastels, and oils as a young artist, one day she helped a friend earn a Women’s Institute credit. In 1961, this friend taught Lois to hook rugs, and Lois began to focus her considerable artistic talent and energy on the medium of wool. During the intervening decades, she mastered and taught every kind of rug hooking I can imagine—and many that I still would not have thought of if she hadn’t invented them.
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