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September/October 2012, Rug Hooking magazine
My pet bird, Burrito, is a constant source of inspiration and… More
Rare is the creative project that doesn't tempt an artist at some point to… More
Primitive, folk art, naive--all of these terms describe the antique rugs I… More
Hooking a friendship rug can take many forms. One model lets participating… More
Baskets are an ageless art form, but like old hookings, they seldom reveal… More
Diane Phillips began her rug hooking journey in the mid 1990s when she… More
Both entertainment and education are the highlights of this issue of Rug… More
I first realized how similar ari hooking techniques were to traditional… More
Have you seen the line of monster dolls made with brightly colored fleece,… More
I'm weak willed in the face of beautiful fiber. I imagined if I were an… More
I had been hooking for a little over 10 years when I developed a negative… More
Eager to connect with another rug hooker in Australia, I called the number… More
Over 30 years ago, a group of Vermonters got together on a town green,… More
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