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June/July/August 2010


Get excited for more great ideas and trends from your favorite rug hooking artists. This issue of Rug Hooking magazine brings you hatbands, carpetbags, trading cards, and more! Learn about the craft's past by reading stories about how rug hooking miraculously came to Mexico or how Henry Francis du Pont preserved the heritage of hooked rugs, and embrace things yet to come in an article exploring the youthful excitement about rug hooking's future. Plus, you won't want to miss the exclusive pattern featuring the sunny colors of Gallos en Amarillo—Rooster on Yellow.

Table of Contents

Hooked Rugs of Winterthur
by Nancy Z. Parcels

The Best of the Best: Reader's Choice
by Lori Myers

The Hooked Carpetbag
by Marita Friedman

Young Hookers are Everywhere!
by Susan L. Feller

Exclusive Pattern: Gallos en Amarillo--Rooster on Yellow Pattern
by Barbara A. Hanson and Shelley Flannery

Dear Beginning Rug Hooker: A Hatband with Flair
by Nan Loncharich

Ask the Experts: Multistrip Hooking
by Melinda Russell

Colors to Dye For: Enriching your Dyeing Experience
by Wanda Kerr

Beyond Our Borders: Artist Trading Cards
by Kim Dubay

Reader's Gallery: A Miracle in Mexico
by Charlotte Bell

Camps & Workshops: McGown National Exhibit
by Judy Carter

First Rug: Sunflower in a Pot/Teresa Matheny
by Dana Monlish



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