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Rug Hooking Inspiration
This rug illustrates a contrasting relationship of type. The word Welcome… More
To work with recycled wool is to hook a la Mad magazine's Alfred P.… More
I was brought up in North Yorkshire, England, in the 1950s, and my early… More
Imagine a darling little pink rabbit sitting in her favorite armchair. Her… More
Children enjoy doing mazes so much that it occurred to me they might like… More
About 30 years ago, I learned a technique of graphic design that I call… More
These rugs depict various aspects of the areas heritage. For example,… More
I am a rug hooker, painter, art therapist, and poet. Nature has always… More
To hook this rug, I used nine swatches from four different dye formulas… More
At first blush, we might think that without color a rug could become… More
If you were fortunate enough to be at the Hooked in the Mountains exhibit… More
I am obsessed with the designs and patterns of antique textiles, quilts,… More
While the judges have the final say in deciding which rugs become winners… More
Some of you call them worms, others call them noodles. I like the name… More
Although it is gaining popularity, needle felting is still a relatively… More
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