Rug Hooking Magazine - January/February 2019 - Free US Shipping

Rug Hooking Magazine - January/February 2019 - Free US Shipping
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January/February 2018

Volume XXX, Number 4

Our winter issue is chock full of articles and projects to keep you busy during these cold winter days. We start off with a bang, as Susan Cunningham describes her efforts to tame her "oodles of noodles." We show you a gallery of her lovely creations, all inspired by her boxes and bins of leftover wool bits. Next, for a bit of history, we celebrate Women's Suffrage. Next year, 2020, is one hundred years after women in the US got the vote. Norma Press is gets us in the mood with her collection of rugs and mats on this theme. And we welcome our readers who like rug punching and needle punching – we have an article and pattern for each of you, whether you punch with embroidery floss or with rug yarn. We even have a project for your next snowy day—dyeing with snow! So join us as we make our drab winter days a little more colorful. Be sure to check out our vibrant January/February 2019 issue!

Oodles of Noodles What is a rug hooker to do with all those leftover strips? By Susan M. Cunningham

North American Orientals, Part Four Focusing on Techniques by Sandra Brown

Votes for Women Woman suffrage movements inspires hooked rugs by Norma Press

Rug Hooking and Quilting—A Friendly Pairing Mingling methods and natural motifs by Tena Kellogg

A Passion for Punch A calendar hanger for the new year by Simone Vojvodin

The Virgins Rug The Wise and the Foolish Virgins by Håkon Gron Hensvold

Time to Celebrate! RHM's 30th Anniversary To RHM with love by Karen Larsen

Celebration 28 Readers' Choice Winners The votes are in! by Jessica Thelander

A Rug Hooking Exclusive Easy Hooked Pillow . . . Really! by Stephanie Krauss/Green Mountain Hooked Rugs

Ask the Experts Hooked Picture Frame by Cindy Irwin

Dear Beginning Rug Hooker Seeing the Rug, Designing the Rug by Cynthia Norwood

Camps and Workshops Historic Franklin Rug Hooking Retreat by Kris Miller/Spruce Ridge Studios

Color Magic The Magical Effects of Color by Wanda Kerr

Beyond Our Borders Winter Perch by Michelle L. Palmer

Readers' Gallery Janey Scott: For the Love of Rug Hooking by Lou Ann Ayres, Carrie Bagnell, Annette Cochrane, Debbie Cunningham, and Deb Stachon

From My Dye Pot Dyeing wool with snow? by Lisanne Miller/W. Cushing & Co.

Canadian Connection Alternative Fibers: Using dog hair in your hooking by Mary James

First Rug Hearts in Circle/Betsy Engel by Melinda Russell