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Ewe Who                       

Sheep are one of my favorite motifs. This pattern combines a sheep with a… More

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Bird in Paradise                                         

My pet bird, Burrito, is a constant source of inspiration and… More

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Not Quite White                                       

When I took my first rug hooking class back in 2006, my teacher taught… More

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Sheep in the Hills                                             

When it comes to real-life inspiration for rug hooking motifs, sheep have… More

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Color Planning                                     

Color, for me, is one of life's great gifts. Color is so powerful it is… More

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Eye See You: How to hook eyes                                                                   

In RHM's January/February 2012 issue, we took a look at how the pattern… More

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The Early Bird Gets the Worm                                                                 

After a long, cold winter, it's a thrill to see the first robin of the… More

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Calico Cat                             

This design is loosely based on my dad's calico cat, the beautiful,… More

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Hook a Dimensional Bunny                                                         

I love to hook shaped, dimensional, free-standing pieces--usually inspired… More

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Ari Hooking                               

I first realized how similar ari hooking techniques were to traditional… More

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Rabbit P.I. (Post-Impressionist, That Is)                                                                                           

As the rug hooking years go by, I find myself seeking out new subjects,… More

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Eye See You                               

I started hooking close-up views of animals in 2005 and quickly became… More

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Exclusive Pattern: Happy Hen Pattern                                                                                 

Happy Hen designer Margot Apple has illustrated close to 50 childrens… More

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One Moose, Four Ways                                                 

I am constantly amazed at how different the same pattern turns out in the… More

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Magpie Cherry Pie                                           

I decided to focus on how I use wool as I designed and hooked this simple… More

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