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One Moose, Four Ways                                                 

I am constantly amazed at how different the same pattern turns out in the… More

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McGown Training Workshops                                                           

Hooking rugs became a unique regional American folk tradition as rural… More

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Grandma Reavis Lives in Harmony                                                                       

Zelma Reavis, her mother Mattie, and her six sisters hooked rugs of their… More

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January/February 2013                                                   

In this issue of Rug Hooking Magazine, strut with the peacock lovebirds as… More

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Exclusive Pattern: Gears                                                         

Renowned quilter Robbi Joy Elkow uses value, intensity (a.k.a. chroma),… More

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My Peacock Rug                                     

Five years ago, my mother hooked a wedding rug for my brother and his new… More

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Nest Eggs--The Evolution of a Design                                                                                 

Most of my original designs include a bird as the main focus. This time, I… More

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Label Those Masterpieces!                                                           

Designing and printing fabric sheets using a computer and an inkjet… More

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Eye See You: The Final Steps                                                                 

The Eye See You journey continues and Eye See You II (13.5' x 9') is now a… More

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Finishing Makes the Rug                                                       

The success of any finishing technique relies on three things its… More

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