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Bird in Paradise                                         

My pet bird, Burrito, is a constant source of inspiration and… 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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Once a Hooker, Always a Hooker: Coping with a…

I had been hooking for a little over 10 years when I developed a negative… More

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Bluegill                         

Bluegill by Mary H. Gordon featured in Celebration 2016 More

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Mirror Mirror                                   

Mirror Mirror by Nancy Thun featured in Celebration 2016 More

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Pin Loom                         

Pin looms, my friend told me, are commonly found in 2", 4", and 6 squares.… More

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Simply Sunflower                                         

Simply Sunflower by E. Ellen Steiger featured in Celebration 2016 More

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Klimtomanie                               

Klimtomanie by Felicia Mennin featured in Celebration 2016 More

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Poinsettia                             

Poinsettia by Susan Minorini featured in Celebration 2016 More

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Who Lives There?                                         

Who Lives There? by Simone Vojvodin featured in Celebration Magazine More

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Exclusive Pattern: Mischief                                                               

Hook this adorable and mischievious puppy with yarn. More

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Through My Eyes (Self Portrait)                                                                       

Through My Eyes (Self Portrait) by Wayne A. Bressler featured in… More

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Celtic Knots                                 

The aspect of hooking with yarn that I like best is the ability to create… More

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Rug Hooking with Fancy Fibers                                                                   

This book will introduce you to a whole new world of fancy fibers to use… More

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Texas Ann                           

My maternal grandparents met in a Texas honky-tonk in the early 1930s,… More

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