If you're yearning to discover some fresh new animal designs, then let this June/July/August 2011 issue work its magic. With a tiger, leopard, and several bison, you will see ways that rug hooking artists incorporate wild, magnificent animals into their rugs. You can also gather great tips on how to hook skies or critique your own rugs—which are not easy tasks on your own! With expert advice, you will be able to incorporate more professional techniques and reflexive practices into your rug hooking repertoire. On top of it all, this issue includes a healthy dose of patriotism with its Fourth of July, Americana-inspired exclusive pattern.
Table of Contents
by Deanne Fitzpatrick
Tiger and Leopard/Tumbling Cats
by Martha Reynolds
A Bevy of Bison
by Sibyl Osicka
Collaborative Response Rugs
by Linda R. Coughlin
Exclusive Pattern: For the Love of Red, White, and Blue
by Connie S. Fletcher/Seven Gables Rug Hooking
Dear Beginning Rug Hooker: Wool-Covered Cord Finish
by Margaret Lutz
Ask the Experts: How to Critique Your Rug
by Jane Halliwell Green
Colors to Dye For: Three Ways to Go
by Wanda Kerr
Beyond Our Borders: Sincerely Jane
by Jo-Anne Haris
Camps & Workshops: ATHA 2011 Biennial
by Karl Gimber
First Rug: Ellen's Back Yard Birds/Ellen Harry
by Melinda Russell
Celebration XX Readers' Choice Winners
by Candi Derr
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