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March/April/May 2016

Can't get enough Van Gogh? This amazing artist continues to inspire and challenge rug hookers. See results that will send you back to your color theory books in our new issue! Meanwhile, here in the present ... Cynthia Norwood talks about paisley, Cheryl Orcutt takes on a massive McGown pattern, Leanne Sitler goes for the silk and velvet, and Marion Sachs and Karen Miller break out! The issue includes terrific floor mats for kids, and rich, plush wide cuts that will make you want to put down the scissors and start tearing! 


Table of Contents

Exclusive Pattern: Spring Mischief
by Nancy Jewett/Fluff and Peachy Bean Designs

Van Gogh Vibrations
by Tamara Pavich

Making Wool Sing
by Leanne Sitler

Peter's Mermaid
by Margaret Bruzelius

The Mysterious Allure: Following the Creation of a Masterpiece
by Cheryl G.W. Orcutt

Sweet Denim Snip-it Bag
by Jennifer O'Malley

Fun Floor Mats
by Norma Press

Conserving for the Future: Collecting Old Rugs and Paisleys
by Cynthia Norwood

Marion Sachs: Breaking Out
by Connie Bateman

Needle Felted Lion Tapestry
by Neysa Russo

Tech Trends for the Rug Hooker: Tools for Turning Art into a Business
by Maggie Bathory

Scrap Bag Treasures
by Tricia Travis/Country Gatherings, LLC

Color Your World
by Wanda Kerr





Take a peek inside just a few of these stories by scrolling down to Current Issue on the left. To see them all, buy the March/April/May issue here now!

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