Episode 015 Add a label to your hooked rugs
For more information about creating label, see this older article.
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Information to add to your label
- Name of the pattern
- Designer’s Name and/or Company Name
- Dates, the year you finished or the start and finish date
- Your name
- Your town and state
- Why you chose to hook that pattern, who you hooked it for, etc.
- optional: The type of backing used
- optional: The cut sizes you used
If you started the rug in a workshop:
- The workshop you were in
- Where the workshop was held
- Who your teacher was
This label was one of the first ones I’ve done. It has not held up as well as my newer ones. I printed it on muslin. Not the best choice after seeing how it has held up over time.
Before you begin hooking
Write your name and town on the front of the rug in case you need to prove that the rug belongs to you and the label has been removed.
Add your name and cell phone number in the margin of your rug. If it gets left behind, it can be easily returned to you.
Turn your rug tape into a label
This article by Sally from the Folk ‘n’ Fiber Blog will show you how to add your label information to the rug tape if you use that for finishing your rugs.
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List of Podcast Episodes
- 001 – The Rug Hooking Podcast is Here!
- 002 – Packing for rug camp, tips on what to bring with you
- 003 – How to choose the right finish for your hooked rug
- 004 – Washing wool for rug hooking
- 005 – Beginner rug hooking equipment
- 006 – Cutting Rug Hooking Wool with and without a Cutter
- 007 – How to Rug Hook – pulling up the loops
- 008 – Rug Hooking Cut Sizes Explained
- 009 – Where to start rug hooking
- 010 – Learn to Hook Better by Learning to See
- 011 – The Secret to primitive hooking is not just in the wool
- 012 – But I’m not an Artist. . . .
- 013 – Creativity: Rug Hook Naked
- 014 – Fold Forward Finish, my favorite rug finish
- 015 – Add a Label to your Hooked Rugs
- 016 – Steaming your Hooked Rug
- 017 – Stop Photo Copying your Rug
- 018 -What’s Available on my Website