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About Blog - 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.
About Blog - Hi, my name is Cindi Gay. As a rug hooking teacher, I've been posting rug hooking instructions since 2001 and blogging since October 1, 2007 when I started a room-sized rug. Here you wil learn about new rug hooking products & techniques. Also Learn to rug hook with online lessons & tutorials.
About Blog - In January 2000, my good friend Mary introduced me to the art of rug hooking. Smitten after pulling one square inch of loops, I hooked feverishly through the night and saw the sun come up. I teach an informative and fun filled three hour beginning class that focuses strictly on the technique of rug hooking. It covers proper loop formation by hooking straight lines, wavy lines and circles.
About Blog - Homespice Decor has been making braided rugs for over 15 years. As a family-owned business, we design & import handcrafted rugs and accessories from our factories in India for wholesale in the U.S. and Canada.
About Blog - Kindred Spirits was formed in 1986 when Sally Korte and I began publishing books and patterns featuring embellished clothing, primitive stitcheries, hooked rugs, needle felted and punch needle projects along with many other folk art pieces. Sally and I were indeed Kindred Spirits, designing, teaching and lecturing nationally and internationally, growing a business that has brought recognition.
About Blog - My name is Karen Kahle and I am a fiber artist from Eugene, Oregon. For the past 17 years or so I have hooked and designed rugs for my mail order business called Primitive Spirit. I chose the name Primitive Spirit because my designs are in the primitive style of rug hooking. The look is vintage, stylized, with soft, time-worn colors. These are the colors I live with and make me feel at home.
About Blog - This is a community for traditional rug hookers. We are here to share ideas, opinions, and information. Seaside Rug Hooking Co. sells quality rug hooking patterns, kits, and sundries.
Frequency - about 1 post per month
Rice Lake, Wisconsin
About Blog - My home town is Rice Lake, a small town in northern Wisconsin. I own Red House Wool Studio~ an in-home wool and rug hooking business. I enjoy collecting and decorating with antiques and primitives. Orange Sink Blog is a journal of my interests and ramblings about life. Cathy Greschner
About Blog - I live in a small town in the upper peninsula of Michigan with my husband Brian and furry child Zoe. Brian and I have been married for 37 years. We have one adult son, Scott. For as long as I can remember I've loved to make things with my hands. I love to work with fabric fibers the best. Quilt making, primitive rug hooking, cloth dolls and cross stitch samplers are my favorite things to make.
Amherst, Nova Scotia
About Blog - Deanne Fitzpatrick Rug Hooking Studio has one of a kind hooked rugs, rug hooking kits, patterns, and supplies. We have studio workshops on rug hooking and online course on rug hooking.
About Blog - Green Mountain Hooked Rugs sells rug hooking supplies including, swatches, dyed wool, rug hooking hooks, rug hooking patterns, and rug hooking frames. In this blog you will find posts related to rug hooking.
About Blog - My mother’s mother, who was gone before I was born, was a rug hooker. My grandfather used to muse that he was affaid to leave home because his clothes would be turned into rugs while he was away. I am fortunate to have grown up walking on her rugs, not imagining at the time that I would be carrying on her tradition of hooking while giving it a modern twist with design elements and a use of fabrics
About Blog - I love all things using a needle or hook. I've sewn all my life and I have never been able to sit without working on something. People comment about how much patience I have. My answer is, "It isn't patience. It's excessive compulsive sewing!"
About Blog - My name is Kris Miller and I am the owner of Spruce Ridge Studios. I specialize in delightful original rug hooking patterns and rug hooking supplies. I have loved textiles and making things by hand for as long as I can remember. I also love animals and I have an assortment of pampered goats, sheep, alpacas, a cat and two dogs.
About Blog - Laurie Lausen is an avid rug-hooker who sees her career as a fiber journey that has taken many paths over the years. She began designing and hooking rugs while still in school in the early 1970s. She started her business, L. J. Fibers, in the 1980s, sharing her passion for color and texture with thousands of students teaching spinning, dyeing, knitting, weaving, rug hooking, beadwork and basketry.
About Blog - The Hoosier Hills Rug Hooking Guild was organized in the fall of 2002. Membership is comprised of people from several counties in southwest Indiana and southeast Illinois. A typical meeting includes a time to discuss business, and also time for rug hooking and fellowship.
About Blog - The Australian Rugmakers Guild invites you to their website to learn more about the revival of traditional rugcrafting in Australia and meet the growing community of innovative contemporary fibre artists in Australia / New Zealand who are quietly moving this traditional craft into a number of exciting directions.
About Blog - I’m Karen Larsen, a graphic artist and designer of traditional hooked rugs. I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in studio art from Elmira College and postgraduate studies in advertising and commercial design from the School of Visual Arts in NYC.
About Blog - I am Jean Ottosen, a juried member of the SK Craft Council. I am a fibre artist using fibre hooking to create unique works of art. I use traditional rug hooking to create unique hooked fibre art.
About Blog - This is Ben, a handsome Rottie adopted from a local vet referral. I prefer wide cut primitive style rugs but I have hooked a memorial profile of my departed Rottweilers in #3 and it was beautiful. I know that I can successfuly hook narrow cuts but my heart is with wide cut primitives as our foremothers use to do.
About Blog - I have been making hooked art and rugs for many years. I love what I do. Every aspect of creating a piece is fulfilling. It is always exciting for me to watch an idea evolve from start to finish. At times, when I begin a piece it is just a shadow of an idea, but as I proceed, transferring the initial sketch to the linen backing, selecting the colors and textures of wool, to finally hooking.
About Blog - I am a rug hooker, needle puncher, and antique collector. I bought my first antique in 1983 and have not stopped since. I keep telling my boys that the antiques are their inheritance. I am mom to two adult sons and grandma to 12 year old Jake.
Northumberland County, Ontario
About Blog - The Northumberland Rug Hookers is a non-profit organization founded prior to 1983. It is based in Northumberland County, Ontario. Our objective is to keep rug hooking alive as a fibre art form, and to have some fun at the same time!
About Blog - Long ago in another time my husband Jack and I lived in a little old red house. It was the stuff of dreams to us for the few years that we were there. I live there still a number of hours every day in imagination, with old dolls and paintings and fabrics and feather trees. I draw inspiration and happiness from the memories of that space in time and share some of it here with friends.
About Blog - I am a rug hooker and teach rug hooking classes in my home as well as at camps and workshops around the country. I live in Overland Park, KS. I love using lots of plaids, textures and antique paisley in my rugs and hook mostly in wide cut (#6-9). I received my McGown certification in 2001. I love to share my knowledge and passion for hooked rugs with my students.
About Blog - I own The Rug Hooking Store at Black Horse Antiques in Valley Nebraska. Learn to rug hook, tips for the beginner and experienced rug hooker. View hot from the pot hand-dyed wool and the latest patterns in the store.
About Blog - I am married to my wonderful husband Rob and we have two fur kids named Molly and Olivia. I am a fiber artist and love to create with wool. My first love is hooking rugs and teaching rug hooking to others. In my spare time, I enjoy reading, making penny rugs, applique and creating other fun items . Please check back often to see what I have been up too!
About Blog - I'm a mother of four grandmother of seven and great grandmother of one. I have many hobbies and interests but gardening and rug hooking are my main interest at the moment. I live with my husband in the house that we built with the help of my brothers and have been married for 51years.
About Blog - In all my work, I am keenly committed to using found objects and recycled materials. Over the years, I have enjoyed turning junk into treasures - old windows into garden art; colourful rags into beautiful rugs; buttons and bits of hardware into delightful suncatchers. Lately, my passion has turned to textiles - and my work now primarily includes primitive/traditional rug hooking.
About Blog - “When the kids are out of the house” I am going to hook rugs. That was my idea when I first saw rug hooking at art exhibits, craft shows and in antique stores. When we moved to Ocala Florida in 2005 the Community College was holding a “Hand Hooked Rug” exhibit in their art gallery. How lucky was I! Timing was right, location was right. My rug hooking adventure was about to begin!
About Blog - My mother, Emma Webber, got me started in Rug Hooking and supports me all the way! She gave me the upstairs bedroom as my studio and the garage apartment for a dye kitchen. She calls her home … The House of 2 Studios! We host a couple of hook-ins every year and are usually available for visits. Emma spends many happy hours braiding rugs; combining the colours and textures of her wool stash.
About Blog - Primitive Handmades Mercantile is a group of artists creating new handmade items for your home each month. We enjoy creating lifelong heirlooms with our hands like our grandma's used to do. Penny rugs, hooked rugs, stitcheries, fraktur painting, primitive dolls and other handstitched heirlooms!
About Blog - Laura Kenney was born in Moose Jaw, Kenney began rug hooking when she moved to Truro, NS in 1998. She took classes with the Rug Hooking Guild of Nova in Truro which gave her a good basis in rug hooking. Her work has been represented by the Nova Scotia Folk Art Festival since 2009.
About Blog - My name is Alaina Trout and I have been a rug hooker since 1998. Rug hooking has become a passion with me. In order to get the colors that I wanted I knew that I had to dye many of them myself. Now my love of dyeing beautiful colors is almost as much fun as my rug hooking! I will share many tips on both of these areas of the wonderful world of Rug Hooking!
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