I’ve decided to eliminate the zig zag stitching when I finish a hand hooked rug. This will make my rug hooking finishing process so much more enjoyable – and quicker!
Learn how to prepare the edge of a hand hooked rug. This is the first step, zig zagging.
Tweet +1 Share PinThis entry is part 3 of 7 in the series Fold Forward Finish After steaming and preparing the edge of your rughooking by zig zagging, I fold the edge toward the loops and then baste it in place. I know this takes longer than using pins, but pins hurt. I was in […]
Pin120 Tweet Share +1This entry is part 4 of 7 in the series Fold Forward FinishMarch 2014 update: The calculator has been fixed. If it ever stops working again, please let me know. In case you are curious, here’s how to do the calculations yourself: Width + Width + Length + Length = Perimeter inches […]
The perfect finish starts with the perfect whipping yarn. What is the the best yarn for whipping? Check out my favorite. This post includes a calculator to determine how much wool you will need.
If you find the whipping part of finishing your rug difficult, some of these tips might help. This process takes a while, but it should be enjoyable.
Whip the corners of your hooked rug like a master with this one simple tip.