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Rug Hooking Inspiration
The first glimpse I got of The Chinese Screen was of the tree peonies that… More
Some of you call them worms, others call them noodles. I like the name… More
"We run a dog rescue, so this rug is a reflection of our passion for… More
Changing to wonderland-style colors presents a challenge in perspective… More
This rug illustrates a contrasting relationship of type. The word Welcome… More
Anyone who has ever viewed Mont Saint-Michel on Frances northwestern coast… More
The 10' x 12' rug, recently on display at the Hagley Museum and Library in… More
Early crewel needlework encompassed a very limited color palette of golds,… More
Sue Creaser describes herself as an East Coaster - a Nova Scotia East… More
A rug in the image of a paper Washington, D.C., subway farecard that… More
A simple demonstration piece went from showing the versatility of plaids… More
Rug hooking groups often donate mats to a community group. Some are… More
The sky is the limit is a phrase that, loosely translated, means there are… More
Do you know about the orphan trains? The story is not found in many school… More
Debbie's interest in rug hooking might have ended at the exit door of the… More
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