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Primitive, folk art, naive--all of these terms describe the antique rugs I… More
It was love at first sight when I discovered my first Waldoboro rug at an… More
For anyone who has the desire to hunt and gather, opportunities abound to… More
My rug hooking career began with a colorful issue of Rug Hooking magazine… More
Baskets are an ageless art form, but like old hookings, they seldom reveal… More
A friend who was working at a local living history museum called one day… More
Some rug hooking designers and their patterns are ahead of their time.… More
I decided to reconstruct and hook the 1950 Pearl McGown jumbo pattern… More
I am obsessed with the designs and patterns of antique textiles, quilts,… More
Hooked rugs are the most well documented of the traditional rugs, but with… More
On a chilly afternoon in March, I sat with John Flournoy in his car,… More
Whenever someone asks me about antique black, I pause a moment before… More
Zig Zag Primitive by Jeanne Benjamin featured in Celebration 2016 More
For most of the history of rug hooking on this continent, our favorite… More
The decades between 1860 and the beginning of the twentieth century were a… More
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