Cindi Gay Rug Hooking: Learning & Supplies

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How to Rug Hook Pine Trees, Grass and Sky by Cindi Gay

Thank you for purchasing the print version of Pictorial Basics: How to Rug Hook Pine Trees, Grass and Sky.  To improve your experience with the print version, I’m listing all the links by page number so you can just click and view.

First page:

www.cindigay.com

Gallery in this book (not included in the print version due to printing costs)

Gallery of my rugs on the internet

Find Your Style

4 – Antique Rose Runner

5 – Rose with Monarch

Realistic Backgrounds

10 – stair riser

10 – 8 pieces or 1/2 yard (go to page 70)

11 – rip it the opposite way -Page 70 explains the proper way to rip wool.  Instead of changing the way you rip the wool we will be changing the way the wool is dyed so it will still be ripped the proper way.

11 – buy this book (Dyeing by the Numbers)

11- PRO Chem Dyes

12 – Dyeing by the Numbers

12 – swatch sets (go to page 70)

12 – Preparing Wool Yardage (go to page 70)

13 – Big Sky

13 – dye recipe (See page 12)

13 – wool you need (go to page 70)

16 –Dyeing by the Numbers

16 – cloud instructions (go to page 37)

How to Hook Grass and Sky

18 – speed swatch method (go to page 12)

19 – Birches

20 – Draw these lines

21 – specially dyed wool (go to page 11)

23 –  cloud section (go to page 37)

24 – You can watch the progress here

29 – order it

30 – sky examples

30 – send me a photo!

30 – Going Gray

31 – PRO Chem Dye

33 – Dyeing by the Numbers

Clouds

38 – weak sky solution (see page 11)

38 – Dyeing by the Numbers

39 – red dot tracing fabric

40 – The Village of Pemberville

40 – specially dyed cloud wool (see page 37)

Pine Trees

46 – full image

50 – Spooky Wool (see page 68)

57 – Step by Step (see page 63)

62 – rughook.com

68 – Dyeing by the Numbers

68 – birch bark

69 – Birches

69 – rughook.com

Extras

73 – How I Print My Labels Today (see page 77)

73 – Sauder Village Rug Camp

75 – www.prochemicalanddye.com

77 – already prepared, ready to print fabric

79 – Contact me

80 – my schedule

80 – schedule your group for a private workshop

81 – Google+

81 – cindigay.com

81 – rug eSchool – All of my online training is being moved to howtorughook.com

81 – Subscribe

82 – cindigay.com, click on the book, then click the Table of Contents tab

82 -Amazon.com

82 – my website

Still confused?

Please leave a comment below and I will explain further.  If it is something that confuses you, chances are it is confusing a lot of people, but most people do not take the time to ask the question.

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