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Primitive Rug Hooking
I am constantly amazed at how different the same pattern turns out in the… More
Zelma Reavis, her mother Mattie, and her six sisters hooked rugs of their… More
The juxtaposition of eyelet, a common dressmaking trim, and animals is… More
With summer's arrival, I turn my attention to my garden and am delighted… More
Most of my original designs include a bird as the main focus. This time, I… More
This is truly a fun, small rug pattern. The horses can be reds, teals,… More
Growing up in rural Indiana, I have always loved snow and winter. I wait… More
Fraktur Blessings by Laura Pierce featured in Celebration 2017 More
"Your rugs are fun rugs." I often hear people say that about my work. I… More
I am a photographer and I like to use my photos as my patterns rather than… More
Last fall I was inspired by several ladies who had taken a hand-torn… More
As seasons change, rug hookers bring out the fall-themed rugs. Ive… More
When I first started rug hooking over 20 years ago, I was drawn to antique… More
Growing up in Michigans upper peninsula, I was blessed to be surrounded by… More
Hooking with torn strips of wool harks back to the earliest days of… More
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