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September/October 2010 issue of Rug Hooking magazine
This is truly a fun, small rug pattern. The horses can be reds, teals,… More
Last year, my rug hooking group, the Harbour Hookers, decided to hook… More
Both directional and random hooking should be used when designing a rug.… More
Settle in for another engrossing issue of Rug Hooking magazine. With… More
Two sisters, Alice and Florence LeDuc, broke the social barriers of their… More
Gail Duclose Lapierre is a hooked-rug artist, scientist, and farmer whose… More
It all started with a call for submissions for an exhibition in Halifax,… More
Heather Ritchie, a resident of Reeth, decided to revive the idea of… More
This story begins in summer 1970 when Alexandra (Sandra) Reynolds and… More
The Oxford Rug Camp is relatively new to the rug hooking world. Early… More
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