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North American Orientals                                                         

The history of North American rug hookers replicating Oriental rugs is… More

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Cats and Turtles and Coyotes...Oh, My!                                                                                     

The greatest pleasure I've gained and given through my rug hooking has… More

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Beyond Our Borders: Pretty Practical Ponchos                                                                                                 

I made my first poncho more than 20 years agoit was for my daughter. It… More

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Rug Hooking Week August 16-19 at Sauder Village                                                                                                       

For four days starting Wednesday, August 16 through Saturday, August 19,… More

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The Alice Rug                                   

I needed a project for a workshop and doodled the geometric center of this… More

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Working with Value                                             

Are you up for a challenge? This little project will inform you, expand… More

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Adapting Artwork                                         

When I taught myself to hook rugs in the days before the Internet, I… More

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Mirrored Pinwheel                                           

My daughter Ann and I decided I would hook a rug for her living room. She… More

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ATHA 2011 Biennial                                             

This year, the ATHA Biennial will be held in historic Lancaster,… More

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Recipe for a Successful Rug                                                               

We love our abundant stashes of wool. Some of us collect used wool… More

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Cheltenham                             

Cheltenham was hooked for my sister Shirley, and it is the largest rug I… More

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The Elements of Art for Rug Hookers, Part 2                                                                                               

By its very nature, rug hooking is comprised of lines. That is, when you… More

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Japanese Mosaic                                       

Japanese Mosaic combined the two types of hooking I seem to always come… More

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Eloise Mohrman                                     

The first time my mother, Elie Mohrman, tried rug hooking was about 40… More

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Lizards and Ladders                                               

This design got its start when Norma Batastini proposed to our local… More

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