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Working It Out                                     

The first glimpse I got of The Chinese Screen was of the tree peonies that… More

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Wool Gizzard Basket                                               

Some of you call them worms, others call them noodles. I like the name… More

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WOOF/Susan Smith                                         

"We run a dog rescue, so this rug is a reflection of our passion for… More

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Wonderscapes                                 

Changing to wonderland-style colors presents a challenge in perspective… More

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Welcome Friends                                       

This rug illustrates a contrasting relationship of type. The word Welcome… More

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Water, Sky, and Textile Reflections                                                                               

Anyone who has ever viewed Mont Saint-Michel on Frances northwestern coast… More

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Unraveling Stories - Destination                                                                         

The 10' x 12' rug, recently on display at the Hagley Museum and Library in… More

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Traditional Crewel, Traditional Hooking                                                                                          

Early crewel needlework encompassed a very limited color palette of golds,… More

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Things Marine / Sue Creaser                                                               

Sue Creaser describes herself as an East Coaster - a Nova Scotia East… More

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The Washington Metro Farecard Rug                                                                           

A rug in the image of a paper Washington, D.C., subway farecard that… More

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The Universe in a Mat                                                   

A simple demonstration piece went from showing the versatility of plaids… More

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The Tree of Peace                                           

Rug hooking groups often donate mats to a community group. Some are… More

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The Sky Is the Limit                                                 

The sky is the limit is a phrase that, loosely translated, means there are… More

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The Orphan Train Rug                                                 

Do you know about the orphan trains? The story is not found in many school… More

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The Lake/Debbie Savage                                                     

Debbie's interest in rug hooking might have ended at the exit door of the… More

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