My project for Sauder Village Rug Camp is a dog drawn by my grandson, Nick. It will be a stool cover.
If you have a Townsend Cutter you love it, but what happens if the one you purchased several years ago does not work as well as it once did? Bee-line stands behind it! Read this post I found on Gene Sheperd’s blog. Even the Julie, the marketing specialist, has taken up rug hooking so they […]
This past week I was at the Manistee Rug Camp. I had a great time. I passed out bookmarks from the Inflammatory Breast Cancer Research Foundation. This is a deadly breast cancer that does not have a lump. Please visit their website to find out more. If you want a bookmark you can get it […]
Due to possible bad weather later this morning, I canceled the Friday studio class but was able to get a bit of hooking done. Here’s my progress so far: I added the viney leaves that I added to the rose to the corner flower. I ripped out some of the circles in order to place […]
I’ve made some changes to the witch. This is still not the final version, but I thought I would show you where she is going. This process can take weeks or months. I still need to analyze the pattern to be sure it is hookable. This will usually cause a few changes.
It has taken several weeks, a ladder, several arrangements of lights and lamps and finally, a new camera. Now I have photos of wool that look more like the actual wool I am selling. I will be adding them frantically. My goal is to have my texture inventory up and running by the first of […]
I love the look of this wool hooked up. It is warm and dark but still very interesting up close. [wool]
This Christmas rug was designed for a Rug Hooking Magazine article. The challenge was to hook with only recycled wool without dyeing anything. The rug appeared in the November/December 2003 issue. Rug is 100% wool on cotton rug warp backing. Cut sizes range from #4 -#8. Price: $350.00 Free shipping via USPS Priority. I will […]
Two of the easiest websites to use to set up your own website are www.blogspot.com and www.wordpress.com. If you can send an email with a photo attachment, you have all the skills you need to add content to your site. Your web address would be something like www.yourwebsite.blogspot.com or www.yourwebsite.wordpress.com To set up a website that […]