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My pet bird, Burrito, is a constant source of inspiration and… More
Sheep are one of my favorite motifs. This pattern combines a sheep with a… More
Christmas is my favorite time of the year. As the weather turns cold, I… More
When it comes to real-life inspiration for rug hooking motifs, sheep have… More
A tomte (Swedish) or a tonttu (Finnish) is a small elf-like man. In… More
Primitive, folk art, naive--all of these terms describe the antique rugs I… More
As the days grow colder and December draws near, many families look… More
Welcome summer visitors with this hooked flag! Summer is warm weather,… More
After a long, cold winter, it's a thrill to see the first robin of the… More
Every home can use another star for holiday and winter decorations. Hook… More
The term scrap bag is not in common use by younger generations, but it is… More
October Log Cabin by Kathleen Harwood featured in Celebration 2017 More
Baskets are an ageless art form, but like old hookings, they seldom reveal… More
The juxtaposition of eyelet, a common dressmaking trim, and animals is… More
New Bedford Hearth Rug by Sondra M. Ives featured in Celebration 2017 More
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