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Nature Rug Hooking Patterns
My pet bird, Burrito, is a constant source of inspiration and… More
The sunflower is an iconic summer favorite. Aptly named, it is always… More
If you enjoy rug hooking or punching, I encourage you to try miniature… More
Hooking a friendship rug can take many forms. One model lets participating… More
My "rock rugs" consist of opposing textures brought together to complement… More
I love to hook shaped, dimensional, free-standing pieces--usually inspired… More
I decided to use maquettes when the reference materials I'd gathered for a… More
Spring is usually slow to take hold here on the northern prairie, so I… More
It was love at first sight as I leisurely meandered through an off-campus… More
Rug hooking is like playing board games. You can play within quite a few… More
Autumn in northern Iowa is usually a long, mild season, and I enjoy the… More
Arundel Crewel, designed by Joan Moshimer, is a classic pattern that, when… More
While I'll never know exactly how an image of the Ottoman Tulip randomly… More
I remember when my mom turned 40 because my dad purchased and planted a… More
Spring is here, and spring inspires me. So, I designed a rug with… More
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