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There comes a time in our rug hooking careers when we begin to trip on… More
Quite by accident I came across the art form called standing rugs and… More
A few years ago, I discovered the glorious paisley-inspired rugs of Anita… More
Recently, while finishing a garden-inspired rug, I thought about all of… More
Five years ago, I ran across the McDonald sisters of Gilmer County, West… More
Are you a new rug hooker who wants to learn about hooking animals? Do you… More
A simple demonstration piece went from showing the versatility of plaids… More
The decades between 1860 and the beginning of the twentieth century were a… More
In December 2016, I completed my Master of Fine Arts in painting at the… More
Are you always on the lookout for something new to try? Something to… More
In 2006, Mary Anne Wise went to Guatemala with Jody Slocum, who worked… More
Story rugs are exciting, personal expressions of joy - they are a visual… More
Hooked clothing? It has been done before, but take a look at this wearable… More
For most of the history of rug hooking on this continent, our favorite… More
When Rose Wirtz saw the exquisite color that came from her first natural… More
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