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Linda Reiter hooks a space of her own

Updated June 02, 2020
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For some who take up traditional hooking, serendipity plays a role. As children, they may not have had a grandmother, aunt, or mother who pulled strips of wool through a burlap or linen backing. Instead, proximity to art, to craft, and a desire to work with fabric and texture guides them.

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