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March April May 2018 issue of Rug Hooking magazine
Have you ever had an unusual desire that kept niggling at the back of your… More
These rugs depict various aspects of the areas heritage. For example,… More
Some of you call them worms, others call them noodles. I like the name… More
This rug illustrates a contrasting relationship of type. The word Welcome… More
While the judges have the final say in deciding which rugs become winners… More
Panda Pals is a great way to start to learn about shading animal fur. It… More
The rug hooking students in my mother, Karen Maddoxs, class were busy rug… More
Rug hooking groups often donate mats to a community group. Some are… More
The hardest part was choosing which fungi to use and how to arrange them.… More
Butterflies, whimsical cats, mushrooms and fungithe Spring issue of RHM is… More
You see, I know that my power as an artist is to watch and observe. It is… More
Early crewel needlework encompassed a very limited color palette of golds,… More
Kris McDermet's rugs, which combine techniques of traditional hooking and… More
By its very nature, rug hooking is comprised of lines. That is, when you… More
True to the Native American definition of Matunuck, Deb's first rug looks… More
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