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Rug hooking patterns

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My 22 Goals for 2019 Goal #1 — Spend More Time Doing What I Love Playing with Miss Lucy, a little gardening, an art class and no smoked meat. It was a good week! 🙂 Goal #2 — Garden, Garden, Garden Yesterday we had 10 yards of mulch delivered so getting out of bed this Read More >>

Rug Hooking Magazine - Traditional Rug Hooking Patterns, Primitive Rugs, Inspiration and More

How do you cut wool for rug hooking? How wide should the strips be? What are the secrets to cutting strips for hooking rugs? Gene Shepherd has the answers. In this video, he demonstrates how to use two basic cloth splitting machines to make wool strips. In addition, he explains how to cut strips with simple scissors or a rotary cutter.

Sunflowers on the Coast 20X34 – Deanne Fitzpatrick Rug Hooking Studio

For generations, homemakers bought rug hooking patterns from pedlars who came to their door. In the early 1900s, they could order them from catalogs and make something beautiful for their homes. Anyone can hook when working with a pattern. When you have a pattern, all you have to do is outline each element and fill it

QUIZ! WOULD YOU MAKE A GOOD HOOKER? | The Art of Doing StuffThe Art of Doing Stuff

Looking for a winter hobby? You might find everything you're looking for in hooking. I had no idea that I had everything it took to make a spectacular hooker, but a few years ago, on a Saturday afternoon I discovered I was destined to be a pro. And so was my mother. Ask yourself these...Read More

What Grows in the Ditch | Weeds, flowers, rugs, and pottery—Donna Brunner connects them all.

Black Poplar Leaves, 33" x 28", hand-cut wool and cotton fabric on linen. Designed and hooked by Donna Brunner, Westerose, Alberta, 2013. As a child, I thought my grandmother’s hooked rugs were wonderful. Unfortunately, my mother did not share my enthusiasm for them and either never learned or never passed on the technique to me. It was not until my mid-life that my then eighty-year-old aunt Winifred asked if I could help her design and set up a rug. What a wonderful opportunity to learn! I…

Karen Kahle.   Little pieces like this make me happy.  What a great gift item, to hang or use for a coaster.

A few days ago I posted about how to make use of small scraps of linen backing fabric, and showed you this design on my frame. Here is my finished Little Leaf design. As a thank you to my blog read…

QUIZ! WOULD YOU MAKE A GOOD HOOKER? | The Art of Doing StuffThe Art of Doing Stuff

Looking for a winter hobby? You might find everything you're looking for in hooking. I had no idea that I had everything it took to make a spectacular hooker, but a few years ago, on a Saturday afternoon I discovered I was destined to be a pro. And so was my mother. Ask yourself these...Read More

Rug Hooking Magazine - Traditional Rug Hooking Patterns, Primitive Rugs, Inspiration and More

Rug Hooking magazine is the leading resource for artists who design and create hooked rugs. Published five times a year, we offer endless tutorials, projects and inspiration through our magazines, books, DVDs and more. Subscribe today.