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 […]
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!
Simplify stair riser rug hooking pattern designed by Cindi Gay, includes quantities for the amounts of wool you will need to hook the pattern.
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.
This is an easy rug hooking finish developed by Doris Eaton.
Whip the corners of your hooked rug like a master with this one simple tip.
Our rug hooking takes a long time to complete. Finish the job with a nice label. Learn several different ways to do it.
Your rug hooked footstool needs feet. Here are some sources.
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.
Learn how to prepare the edge of a hand hooked rug. This is the first step, zig zagging.