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January February 2017 issue of Rug Hooking magazine
One creative rug hooker turns her intricately detailed doodles into… More
We're always looking for ways to "use up" that leftover pile of wool.… More
It might seem as though we've talked about all we can with backgrounds,… More
At a creativity workshop, I knew I wanted to create a stitched piece using… More
Elves, fairies, gnomes, trolls, and sprites, which inhabit childhood… More
The Black Oak Lake Hooker cut their teeth years ago without a lot of… More
Most rug hookers are familiar with the practice of hooking rugs with wool… More
When life overwhelms, art soothes the soul. Sometimes I need distractions… More
Shirley Chapman, who first picked up a hook at the age of 88, has made a… More
Much like the adventurous fish in Houska's paintings, known for leaping… More
A professional potter, Susan Wertheimer David learned rug hooking after a… More
Five years ago, I ran across the McDonald sisters of Gilmer County, West… More
Portraits are one of my specialties. I hook realistic portraits because… More
The Shelburne Mermaid is a fantastic pattern in the W. Cushing line of… More
Carol Koerner's work may be familiar to Rug Hooking magazine readers… More
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