Shorter days are coming our way, the perfect weather for reading about the world of rug hooking. Sibyl Osicka amazes us with a woolly and royally dressed king and queen. More fine-cut instruction comes from Sandra Brown, as she demonstrates how to “puddle” a color in the background of a rug. Ellen Banker shares a witchy pattern sure to please and Karen Poetzinger tells us about her non-traditional use for turkey roasters. Rug hooking maven Deanne Fitzpatrick address creativity and the rules that restrict us, and Tamara Pavich introduces us to Lynne Goegan, a rug hooker who is never bound by rules.
Fiddleheads in Wool and Velvet: Hooking ferns with shine and texture
by Brigitta Phy
The Royal Couple: Hooking folds and drapes of the royal raiment
by Sibyl Osicka
If the Shoes Fit . . . : A witchy Halloween project
by Ellen Banker
The Sunflower Rug: A colorful collaboration for a cause
by Summerland Traditional Rug Hooking Artists
Google Earth Rugs: Hooking the view from space
by Linda Pietz
Geometric Doodling: Play with fine cuts in a new way, part 1
by Sandra L. Brown
Doors and Windows, Open and Closed: A rug hooking challenge
by Lisanne Miller
Sun Kissed Field: Hook movement into your landscapes
by Rachelle LeBlanc
A Rug Hooking Exclusive: Quillie Sheep
by Gail Dufresne
Creativity: Breaking Rules on the Road to Creativity
by Deanne Fitzpatrick
Readers’ Gallery: A Head Full of Colors: Lynn Goegan
by Tamara Pavich
Dear Beginning Rug Hooker: Funky Scrappy
by Janine Broscious
Canadian Connection: Dory Stories Hooked Rug Show
by Linda Alderdice
Ask the Experts: You Can’t Miss, with a Hit-Or-Miss
by Mary Jane Peabody
From My Dye Pot: Let’s Talk Turkey—Roaster!
by Karen Poetzinger
First Rug on the Last Page: Lorill’s Rug/Lorill Harding
by Sara Judith
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