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March/April/May 2011

Don't miss the exciting cornucopia of knowledge in this issue of Rug Hooking magazine. From presidents to pillows, rug hooking has never been this exciting. You can learn from an expert about the best ways to evaluate the price of one of your rugs, or you can gain ideas about how to be more environmentally friendly as you begin your next piece. There is even a collection of rugs from artists who have gleaned inspiration from their travels across the globe. Plus, there is an exclusive pattern inspired by magnolias. Whatever you are looking for, be it inspiration or information, you will find it within these pages.

Table of Contents

Interpreting Life in Wool: The artistry of Doris Eaton
by Paulette Hackman

Travel Inspiration
by Roslyn Logsdon

Welcome Mats
by Melinda Russell

Perfectly Pleasing Hooked Pillows
by Marita Friedman

A Rug for a President
by Mary Wortman

Exclusive Pattern: Magnolias Bell Pull
by  Susan Sylvia/Ram in the Thicket

Dear Beginning Rug Hooker: In the Primitive Style: Hooking an Eyelet Bird Pillow
by Nancy Smith

Reader's Gallery: Fashioning an Identity: Making Art Rugs from Recycled Materials
by Linda F. Schmidt

Colors to Dye For: One Dozen Oranges
by Wanda Kerr

Ask the Experts: Accepting a Commission
by Maddy Fraioli

First Rug: Moon on Georgian Bay/Michel Crawford
by Melinda Russell

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