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Wonderscapes                                 

Changing to wonderland-style colors presents a challenge in perspective… More

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More than Meets the Eye                                                       

When I was a little girl, my southern grandmother taught me her version of… More

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Jen Lavoie                             

Usually ambitious in size and subject, realistic to the smallest detail,… More

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Ask the Experts: From Scraps to Stars                                                                                   

As I sorted this wool, I remembered the rugs hooked by my parents and me,… More

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Painting with Watercolors, Painting with Wool                                                                                                   

I am a rug hooker, painter, art therapist, and poet. Nature has always… More

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Witch's Consort                                       

A well-executed portrait in any medium sets a mood. The expression in the… More

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Gifts From the Heart                                                 

Among rug hookers, there is little argument that the legacy left by the… More

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Will She or Won’t She?                                                         

I decided to reconstruct and hook the 1950 Pearl McGown jumbo pattern… More

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Welcome Mats                                 

Some of the earliest mats made for homes were actually welcome mats, but… More

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Party Animals                                   

This rug series started when I asked my husband, What shall I hook next?… More

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Accidental Rugmaker                                               

Quite by accident I came across the art form called standing rugs and… More

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Making Maquettes                                         

I decided to use maquettes when the reference materials I'd gathered for a… More

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All's Well That Ends Well                                                           

Creating a hand-hooked stair carpet, as I found out, takes a little more… More

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Miss Japan                             

When one of the students in my art class wanted a geisha girl with some… More

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The Change                             

The Change is a subtle and humorous look at middle age and menopause. From… More

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