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June/July/August 2013

If you are a rug hooking fanatic, then you're in good company. The articles in this issue of Rug Hooking magazine explore nontraditional techniques, new mediums, and exciting themed collections. Check out the 16 different map pieces that interpret personal stories through geography, or read up on how to design a show to advocate for the importance of rug hooking art. With an exclusive pattern design showcasing the Baltimore Oriole and expert advice on wool strips from an experienced rug hooker, this collection promises to delight and inspire.

Table of Contents

Magnificent Hooked Maps
Contributed by RHM Readers

Summer's Colors
by Tom Knisely

Hook It and Hang It and They Will Come
by Suqanne Holtkamp

Reader's Gallery: Hooking Denim
by Verna Cox

Exclusive Pattern: Preparing To Nest
by Susan Feller/Ruckman Mill Farm

Dear Beginning Rug Hooker: Doodle Rugs
by Cilla Cameron

Ask the Experts: What Size is that Strip?
by Barb Carroll

Dyeing in Layers: The Lasagna Method
by Wanda Kerr

Beyond Our Borders: Needle Felting Brings the Zing
by Alice Strebel

Canadian Connection: A Newfoundland Story Told in Rugs
by Kaaren Batten

Reader's Gallery: The Magnificent Rugs of Sylvia Bowersox
by Linda Harbrecht

First Rug: Gretchen/Lorie Lee Sutphin
by Melinda Russell


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