Rug Hooking should not be hard! Make rug hooking fun again. Learn the secrets.
Call it a rug hooking workshop, lesson, tutorial or course, it does not matter if you cannot travel to it. These online lessons will let you stay put and learn as much as you want.
Ways to learn rug hooking
- Read the lessons below
- Watch Live! on Tuesday and Friday at 4pm eastern at rughooklive.com The latest replay is on that page also.
- Watch prior replays in The Rug Hooking Journey Membership
- Read the lessons below
- Take an online rug hooking course
I want to learn about…
- Fold Forward Finish For Hooked Rugs
- 017 – Stop Photo Copying your Rug
- 016 – Steaming your Hooked Rug
- Finishing a rug hooked footstool at the upholsterer’s
- 013 – Creativity: Rug Hook Naked
- 012 – But I’m not an Artist. . . .
- 011 – The Secret to primitive hooking is not just in the wool
- 010 – Learn to Hook Better by Learning to See
- 009 – Where to start rug hooking
- 008 – Rug Hooking Cut Sizes Explained
- 007 – How to Rug Hook – pulling up the loops
- 006 – Cutting Rug Hooking Wool with and without a Cutter
- 005 – Beginner rug hooking equipment
- 004 – Collecting wool and washing it for rug hooking
- 003 – How to choose the right finish for your hooked rug
- 002 – Packing for rug camp, tips on what to bring with you
- New rug hooked footstool designs based on IKEA stool
- Acadian Rug Hooking Frame
- Why all my footstool designs have lower borders
- How much yarn do I need to whip my hooked rug?
- Rug Hooking Rules: What you MUST do
- Finishing a hooked rug – zig zag or not?
- A simple way to hang your rug hooking on the wall
- Whipping Tips for Finishing your Hooked Rug
- Finish with rug tape made simple
- Fold Forward Rug Finish: Whipping the Edge
- Have cindigayrughooking.com on your ipad at your fingertips
- Don’t Miss the Last Step – Label Your Rugs
- Floral Tangle Rug Hooking Pattern -How to hook tips
- Do you fuss over making your loops perfect? Don’t!
- Rug Hooked Footstool Feet – where to get them
- The perfect kitchen timer for dyeing wool
- 10 great reasons to get an iPad if you are a rug hooker
- Ann Arundel Rose Stair Riser
- Rug hooking creative stitches: Shagging
- Hooking a natural sky: Step 1
- Hooking a birch tree – let the wool do the work
- The big rug hooking question: Should I outline or not?
- The easiest way to finish a hooked pillow
- Backgrounds: Make Them Interesting
- Improving your Rug Photographs using Photoshop
- How to *not* rug hook evenly
- Fold Forward Finish: The Whipping Yarn
- Fold Forward Finish: Baste the Edge in Place
- Fold Forward Finish- Zig Zagging the Edge
- Finishing a hooked rug: Step 1 Steaming
- Conquest of Queen Anne by Janet Watson
- Seabee: Color Adjustment
- Hooked Rug Gallery: Beginner Square
- How to Be Sure a Rug Hooking Pattern is “Hookable”
- How to Hook Queen Ann’s Lace
- Conquest of Queen Anne
- Great TV show to help you color plan your hooked rugs
- Color Scheme Designer
- Jackson as a Puppy Background
- Make the Text Larger so You Can See It
- My Room-sized rug border inspires Katie Fishbune
- Rug Hooking a face: Adding Hair
- Rughooking a face: Adjusting the Forehead Shading
- Rughooking a face: Hooking the Nose and Lips
- Rughooking a face: How to hook the eye
- How Important is Hooking Technique?
- Rug Hooking an Interesting Background
- Rug hooking on the Widecut Face Completed
- My favorite backing: rug warp
- Lesson: Hook a bit here, then a bit there
- How to Hook the circle border aka cat’s paw or millefori
- How to hook crooked rows not straight ones
- My temporary rug hooking set up – How to hook a large rug
Use the search box to find other blog posts. When you notice something like this that seems off, please let me know about it. You should be able to navigate easily around the site. Since the website is about 15 years old, it needs a little work under the hood.
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