One of the great voices in primitive rug hooking shares her knowledge with
other primitive hookers. This book includes 7 primitive designs and lots of valuable tips,
history and techniques for the primitive hooker.
Learn how to do a punch needle hooked rug with instructor Amy Oxford. A complete how to through every stage of the rug making stages, using the Oxford Punchneedle method and punchneedle.
This DVD is 120 minutes of step-by-step instructions by Verna Cox on how to make a round braided rug.
A handy, easy to use book with the answers to all your rug hooking
questions! Full of information for the beginner rug hooker to the experienced hooker.
Starting with what type of wool to use to how to finish or hang your piece.
Featuring over 40 distinctively Deanne rugs from the
past 20 years.
Gail will show you how to use yarns, ribbons, buttons, beads, silk
and other alternative fibers in your hooked pieces. Add a little bit
of glitz and surprise to your next piece.
"Shading Flowers in Hooked Rugs", this book will teach you how to paint flowers with wool,
traditional and contemporary hooking techniques, dye recipes from the author, techniques
for both finely shaded and primitive floral rugs and a free pull out pattern.
Finally a book on how to use up odds and ends in your stash.
This is a colorful and contemporary guide for rug hookers toward color planning
and clever designs. Its time to recognize the potential in your wool stash!
Also includes five scrappy patterns.
Rug Hooking in the Narrative Style.
80 colorful story rugs in a diversity of styles and subjects, featuring
artists from the US, Canada, UK, Australia and Japan. Techniques to help
launch your own project of storytelling-by-hook.
23 pages of antique light colors
12 dye formulas, 26 shades, all using the same three dyes.
This book will teach you the best techniques of hooking a rug from beginning to end.
Volume 16, Number 1
Volume 15, Number 4
"Over the River"
Volume 16, Number 2
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