Informative articles, tips from top rug hookers, and summer-friendly designs are all packed into this great issue of Rug Hooking magazine. You will be impressed by the versatility of rugs, from their use as home decor to their ability to honor the rich traditions the craft carries. Rugs can even be used to commemorate all life events, such as menapause, featured in Jackie Alcock's work, or the marriage of a daughter, celebrated by Lynda Latner. Whether you are rejoicing over summer weather or wanting to improve your skills, the June/July/August 2012 issue has what you're looking for.
Table of Contents
Eye See You: How to hook eyes
by Judy Carter
by Cathy Tokheim
The Waldoboro Museum Rug
by Jacqueline Hansen
by Lynda Latner
Exclusive Pattern: Elaine
by Cherylyn Brubaker/Hooked Treasures
Dear Beginning Rug Hooker: Color Planning
by Nancy Jewett
Ask the Experts: Hooking Reflections
by Laura W. Pierce
Colors to Dye For: One Green Dye = Many Delights
by Wanda Kerr
Beyond Our Borders: Pearl Cotton Sunflower
by Marinda Stewart
Canadian Connection: The Change
by Jackie Alcock
Reader's Gallery: Sharon Smith
by Mary Logue
First Rug: Untitled/Lavina Kepple
by Melinda Russell
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