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September/October 2011

Stuck in a rug hooking rut or need some help honing your skills? This September/October 2011 issue will fit the bill with its fraktur motifs and quilling techniques. Two designs even feature three-dimensional rug hookings: Mary Ann Goetz will get you in the mood for fall with her pumpkins, while Deb Lesher's bird nests will melt your heart. Diana Blake Gray will impress you with the little-known history of hooks themselves, and you won't want to miss reading up on one of the most creative couples in rug hooking today.

Table of Contents

Rug Designs from Antique Coverlets
by Wendy Barton-Miller

Pumpkin Power
by Mary Ann Goetz

Antique Rug Hooks
by Diana Blake Gray

Frakturs for Designing
by Susan L. Feller

Exclusive Pattern: Moxley Sampler
by Stephanie Allen-Krauss/Green Mountain Hooked Rugs

Dear Beginning Rug Hooker: Quillie Eyes
by Kris Miller

Camps & Workshops: Hooked in the Mountains XV
by Ellen Banker

Colors to Dye For: Dulling It Down
by Wanda Kerr

Reader's Gallery: A Creative Partnership Part 1: Tony Latham
by A.M. Littenberg

Canadian Connection: Heather Gordon's Black Duck Show
by Paulette Hackman

Ask the Experts: Hooked Rug Grooming 101
by Nancy Parcels

Beyond Our Borders: Nesting
by Deb Lesher

First Rug: Autumn Walk/Heather Wilkinson
by Melinda Russell


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