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September/October 2010


Settle in for another engrossing issue of Rug Hooking magazine. With advice on different hooking styles and a delightful exclusive pattern of ponies, these articles will not disappoint you with all the knowledge to be gained from picking up this issue. You can also get a peek at a clever way to shake things up in your patterns; Henriette Maier takes rugs to a whole new level with three-dimensional hooking and ribbons. In addition, Heather Ritchie will inspire you to engage in community rug hooking, a tradition that is being reinvigorated in Great Britain. After reading about the rich histories contained within these pages, you will feel even more connected to this incredible art than before.

Table of Contents

Carnival Ladies, Mermaids, and Fairies
by Henriette Maier

New Rugs Hooked from Embroidery Designs from the Past
by Cindy Thury Smith

Community Rugs
by Lesley Mary Close

Two Women with a Passion
by Kathy Wright

Exclusive Pattern: Westmorland Ponies
by Woolley Fox and Barb Carroll

Dear Beginning Rug Hooker: Directional Hooking or Random Hooking?
by Michelle Sirois-Silver

Camps & Workshops: Oxford Rug Camp
by Donna Holdiness

Colors to Dye For: The Gray Academy
by Wanda Kerr

Reader's Gallery: Gail Duclose Lapierre
by A.M. Littenberg

Canadian Connection: Hooking Memory Vignettes
by Margaret MacKay

First Rug: Honeymoon Cottage/Joan Wray
by Dana Monlish



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