Here’s a list of some of my most popular articles and a few that I think you should not miss. Is your favorite page listed? Which page is your favorite or most useful so far.
Popular Rug Hooking articles
The best hooked rug finish is the finish you will do. This is a good sturdy edge and is easy enough for beginners.
I’ve had a lot of family stuff going on the last several years so progress has stalled. But with some consistent hooking (twice a year at the Sauder Village Hook-in), I’ve made some progress. Nearly done…
Whipping a rug takes a long time. Ripping it out because you run out of yarn and have to start over with something else is a nightmare. Run the numbers before you begin.
I break down the steps of hooking a face with just three textured wools.
Shop for rug hooking patterns for rugs, stair risers and footstools. You can find wool and other supplies in the shop.
Rug hookers are always looking for a wool that is a bit duller or darker. The easiest way is to penny dye it!
Did I miss one?
What is your favorite article? If it is not listed here, maybe it should be, right? If I have not written the article yet, you may have just give me an idea.