What do bluebirds do in cold, Vermont winters? Why, they pull on their Ugg boots, of course! This issue is full of charming winter and Christmas designs, with instructions on how to turn online clip art into a warm and cozy winter patterns to hook. And just how do you pick the best hook? Green Mountain Rug Hooking gives you some tips to look for. Don’t forget—now is the time to enter Celebration 27. Curl up with a cup of tea by your fire and enjoy this jam-packed issue of all things rug hooking.
The November/December issue of Rug Hooking magazine includes:
A Rug Hooking Exclusive!
Home for the Holidays
by Anne Bond/Visions of Ewe
Call for Entries: 2016
Enter your rug in Celebration 27!
Blue Bird of Happiness in Winter
Warm up your winter with a charming feathered friend
by Ellen Banker
Turn online artwork into holiday traditions
by Debbie Ballard
Wintery Nesting Dolls
Hook three-dimensional Russian folk art dolls
by Carol Koerner
What to do with those samples, kits, and orphan hookings
by Grace Collette
Rug hooking celebrates local history
by Karl Gimber
Small Evening Clutch
Sparkling elegance for the holidays
by Cindy Irwin
Primitive Snowman Star
Holiday cheer comes in five points
by Kathy Graybill/Hidden Treasures Originals
The Art of Marketing your Business with Social Media
by Maggie Bathory
Inspired by Nostalgia
by Tamara Pavich
Dear Beginning Rug Hooker
Merry & Bright
by Janine Broscious
Postcards from Newfoundland
by Karen D. Miller
Ask the Experts
The Ultimate Wool-Pulling Tool
by Green Mountain Hooked Rugs
Beyond Our Borders
by Lynda Latner
Colors to Dye For
by Wanda Kerr
My Tree/Dawn Dimitriadis
by Melinda Russell
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