Rug Hooking RSS Feeds
Site - rughookingmagazine.com
About Site - 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 Site - 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.
Amherst, Nova Scotia, Canada
About Site - Deanne Fitzpatrick Studio posts videos on rug hooking, creativity and notes on life in small town Nova Scotia Rug Hooking Studio. 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.
Site - encompassingdesigns.com/blog
About Site - 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 Site - My name is Lori Brechlin. Notforgotten Farm is an online journal of my needlework designs, folk art and goings-on here at the farm. I collect old & odd things. I pull wool & cotton through linen. I walk barefoot in my garden. I love who I am & who I'm with.
Site - homespice.com/blog.html
About Site - 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.
Site - alistrebel.blogspot.com
About Site - 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 Site - 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 Site - 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.
Site - orangesink.blogspot.com
Rice Lake, Wisconsin
About Site - 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
Site - homespunprims.blogspot.com
About Site - 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.