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September October 2011 issue for Rug Hooking magazine
Stuck in a rug hooking rut or need some help honing your skills? This… More
My love for antiques naturally carries through into my rug hooking. I am… More
This past autumn, I saved the stems from my spent pumpkins and asked… More
Hooked rugs are the most well documented of the traditional rugs, but with… More
If you're looking around for motifs to use in a folk art design, a truly… More
Moxley Sampler was designed last year for a shading class. Small and… More
Some of the best-loved rug designs celebrate the spirit of Halloween. Many… More
Hooked in the Mountains rug show returns to Vermont's Shelburne Museum for… More
Spend any time with Tony Latham and Jocelyn Guindon, and you quickly… More
When Nova Scotia's Heather Gordon was asked by The Black Duck gift… More
The several steps it takes to groom a rug should not be overlooked. I… More
Abandoned nests in bare trees are works of art--think of all the… More
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