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March/April/May 2012

Revive your rug hooking inspiration with the fresh breath of spring featured in Rug Hooking magazine's March/April/May 2012 issue. You can learn about hooking a dimensional bunny or admire Karen Larson's ode to a mother robin, while also reading up on valuable color planning techniques. You can even get an idea on how to use rugs in a different way—as a footstool cover! From an exclusive mermaid pattern to a first-time visitor's reflections on Sauder Village, this issue has too many great articles to miss.

Table of Contents

The Art of the Series
by Carol Koerner and Roslyn Logsdon

Pheasant Footstool
by Kim Kaelin

Color Planning a Geometric Rug
by Jeanne Sullivan

Making Maquettes
by Michelle Sirois-Silver

Rug Hooking Down Under
by Jo Franco

My Trip to Sauder Village
by Linda Pietz and Nola Heidbreder

Exclusive Pattern: Treasure of the Sea
by Brenda Ellis Sauro/Painted Mermaid Designs

Dear Beginning Rug Hooker: The Early Bird Gets the Worm
by Karen Larsen

Reader's Gallery: Judith Dallegret
by AM Littenberg

Playing the Blues
by Wanda Kerr

Ask the Experts: Miss Japan
by Sibyl Osicka

Camps & Workshops: Hooker Hill Rug Retreat Sponsored by Wool Poppies
by Gail Becker

Beyond Our Borders: Hook a Dimensional Bunny
by Annette Shaffer

Canadian Connection: Sisterhood of the Swinging Handbags
by Deanne Fitzpatrick

First Rug: Wayne's Rug/Jennifer Hamel
by Melinda Russell


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