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November/December 2011

Join Rudy Junior as he prepares for a hockey game, admire the glamor of a hooked evening clutch, and prepare to decorate your tree with handmade oranments in this issue of Rug Hooking magazine. Even Gustav Klimt, whose famous painting is possibly ranked among the most reproduced works of all time, makes his appearance in the hooked rugs of admirers who use his "liberating" and nontraditional style as inspiration. You can also learn more about molas, inspired by the works of the Kuna Indians of Panama. With designs drawing from so many different places, people, and even time periods, this issue will be hard to put down.

Table of Contents

Variations on Klimt
by Tamara Pavich

Magnificent Molas
by Norma Batastini

Damascus Edging and Twisted Fringes
by Tom Knisely

Flowers in a Strip—Revisited
by Liz Smith

Hooked Elegance
by Angela Possak

Exclusive Pattern: Reindeer Games
by Annie Kennedy/A J Creatives

Dear Beginning Rug Hooker: Primitive Holiday Ornaments
by Mary Johnson/Designs in Wool

Canadian Connection: Doorways of Yarmouth
by Shirley Bradshaw

Reader's Gallery: On a Journey: Susan L. Feller's Vision from West Virginia
by Linda Rae Coughlin

Camps & Workshops: New Orleans French Quarter Rug Hooking Getaway
by Mary F. Wortman

Colors to Dye For: Yellows from Bullion to Butter
by Wanda Kerr

First Rug: Fall Fields/Randi Knight
by Melinda Russell


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