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November/December 2018                                                     

The November/December issue of Rug Hooking magazine is here! We're… More

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Channeling Zeruah                                           

In 1832, a twenty-seven-year-old woman in Vermont took it upon herself to… More

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Rescuing Doilies                                         

I received a wonderful box in the mail one day. The surprise package was… More

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Cecelia Clement                                       

Cecilia Clement is an inspiration to all ages. At almost 90 years old, she… More

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Luxurious and Luscious                                                     

I've been dyeing silk velvet with acid dyes for several years, but Ive… More

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It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas                                                                                               

There is something about the warmth of wool. At Christmastime, when its… More

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Nativity Triptych                                           

In October 2017, I was asked by my friend Hkon Gron Hensvold if I was up… More

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Creating Unique Quillie Jewelry                                                                       

Quillies seem to be popping up everywhere in the rug-hooking world. Fiber… More

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North American Orientals: Part Three                                                                                 

Color planning a rug tops the list of challenges for many rug hookers, and… More

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Trimming the Tree                                           

Design inspiration finds me in the most unlikely places and when I am… More

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Creativity: Loving Wool                                                       

I love this season. After a summer of heat, I cant wait to pull on a… More

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Time to Celebrate! RHM's 30th Anniversary                                                                                           

Here Comes Santa! by Joan Moshimer is one of Joans most iconic pieces.… More

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Hooking Eve... and Adam                                                       

I first encountered Eve in a college classroom during a course in medieval… More

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The Forget-Me-Not Project                                                           

In the early 1900s a small island on the Eastern seaboard of North America… More

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Transformation/Sandra Dearing                                                                   

Sandra Dearing has always wanted to learn to hook rugs. on a visit to the… More

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