Jane, designed and hooked by Nancy Raybould, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1999.
Point to any time in history, and there's always someone who had to be the first—the first to invent a new gadget, the first to discover a new country, the first to decide that a new way is better than the old. Nancy Raybould could be considered a part of that very special group of inventors, discoverers, innovators. Thanks to a highly visible vocation in Utah, she has introduced hundreds of people to the art of rug hooking.
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