Top 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.
Site - morforug.com
About Site - Rug Design Inspirations is a collection of Highest quality handmade rugs and rug design inspirations. In this blog you will find some new inspirations and designs for rug hooking.
About Site - Deanne Fitzpatrick Studio posts videos on rug hooking, creativity and notes on life in small town Nova Scotia Rug Hooking Studio.
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.
Site - themiddlesister.blogspot.com
About Site - I love primitive rug hooking, quilting, and decorating. I hope to share these passions with those who are like minded.
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 - kankerdoodle.blogspot.com
About Site - A Rug Hooking Blog.
9. Ali Strebel
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.
10. The Woolery Guy
About Site - The Woolery has been serving the needs of weavers, knitters, spinners, felters and rug hookers since 1981.
11. Primitive Spirit
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.
13. Orange Sink
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
14. Home Spun Prims
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.
About Site - I'm Colleen MacKinnon, wife, grandmother, penny rugger, decor enthusiast, and office manager From the beginnings to the finishings...recycling wool into penny rugs and more.
Newmarket, ON, CA, L3X 1R7
About Site - ANPTmag is your go-to magazine for all the crafts you love: quilting, knitting, cross stitch, embroidery and more! Includes step-by-step instructions.
Site - hookingrugs.wordpress.com
Amherst, Nova Scotia
About Site - 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 Site - 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.
Site - twocatsanddoghooking.com
About Site - 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
20. Martina Lesar
Site - martinalesar.com/blog
About Site - Discover the timeless tradition of rug hooking at the Martina Lesar Hooked Rug Studio located in the hills of Caledon, Ontario in Canada.
Site - paisleystudio.blogspot.com
About Site - Writing about rug hooking & other stuff.
About Site - 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 Site - Willow Creek Rug Hooking provides instructional courses and supplies for all your rug hooking needs.
About Site - 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 Site - 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.