69 of the year's best hand hooked rugs and 59 detailed
11 master rug hookers share their secrets and helpful tips for achieving
professional looking edges with eight different techniques.
13 great designs from the experts. Patterns from handbags and purses
to totes and clutches. These projects are classic to classy, simple to complex.
The designers in this book are Ali Strebel, Nola Heidbreder, Linda Pietz, Jennifer O'Malley,
Norma Bastastini, Sharon Smith, Cindy Irwin, Susan Clarke and Jen Manuell.
A beginner's guide to tools, techniques & materials.
Step-by-step photos, how to instructions and 8 patterns for
Karen teaches you the way to make beautiful marbleized wool using NO DYES.
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.
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.
24 patterns in this book and the advice from the expert
designers to create charming hooked pieces.
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.
This book will help you understand the mysteries of color. Filled with examples
and exercises for both the beginner the experienced artist.
23 pages of antique light colors
12 dye formulas, 26 shades, all using the same three dyes.
23 formulas of antique colors using cushing dyes.
This issue is packed with projects for applique, rug hooking and
punch needle, some of the artists featured this issue are
Kathy Brown, Carol Weatherman, Lisa DeBord, Gail Brassel, Jeannine Happe
Kathryn Hecker and many more.
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