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Ewe Who                       

Sheep are one of my favorite motifs. This pattern combines a sheep with a… More

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Treasure of the Sea                                               

I love mermaids and the sea. I grew up near the ocean, surrounded by its… More

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New Spins on Fabrics                                                 

A few years ago, I discovered the glorious paisley-inspired rugs of Anita… More

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Rabbit P.I. (Post-Impressionist, That Is)                                                                                           

As the rug hooking years go by, I find myself seeking out new subjects,… More

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Calico Cat                             

This design is loosely based on my dad's calico cat, the beautiful,… More

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Elaine                     

When one of my rug hooking students and friend Elaine Holt passed away a… More

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Wonderscapes                                 

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

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Knit 1, Purl 1, Hook 1                                                     

I'm weak willed in the face of beautiful fiber. I imagined if I were an… More

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Ask the Experts: From Scraps to Stars                                                                                   

As I sorted this wool, I remembered the rugs hooked by my parents and me,… More

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Exclusive Pattern: Penny Garden                                                                       

Spring is usually slow to take hold here on the northern prairie, so I… More

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Scrapbag Treasures                                             

The term scrap bag is not in common use by younger generations, but it is… More

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Peter's Mermaid, or How I Hook Rugs                                                                               

To work with recycled wool is to hook la Mad magazines Alfred P. Neuman… More

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Paisley Mix-up                                     

Paisley Mix-up by Judy Quintman featured in Celebration 2016 More

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Exclusive Pattern: Happy Hen Pattern                                                                                 

Happy Hen designer Margot Apple has illustrated close to 50 childrens… More

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Roses are Red, Violets are Blue                                                                       

Recently, while finishing a garden-inspired rug, I thought about all of… More

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