Story Rugs and their Storytellers
Rug Hooking in the Narrative Style
Story rugs are exciting, personal expressions of joy—they are a visual style of storytelling, as old as cave art, that is gaining popularity among contemporary rug hookers. They tell of celebrations, travels, and adventures and illustrate personal journeys, strongly held beliefs, poignant special memories, and milestones of family heritage. Now there is a book celebrating these popular works of fiber art.
• Explore the work of six featured hooking artists.
• Marvel at the diversity of styles and subjects by hooking artists from the US, Canada, UK, Australia, and Japan.
• Learn techniques to help launch your own project of storytelling-by-hook.
Paulette Hackman is a writer, journalist, and former college instructor with a passion for fiber arts and rug hooking. Paulette writes from her home in Binghamton, New York, and her summer residence in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.
$25.95 US and Canada
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