Rug Hooking Magazine June/July/August 2018 Free US Shipping

Rug Hooking Magazine June/July/August 2018 Free US Shipping
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June/July/August 2018

Volume XXX, Number 1

The summer issue is here! Chock full of inspiring articles and lovely rugs, you are sure to find just what you are looking for. Sandra Brown begins her series on Oriental rugs and Deb Szwed tells us about her fascinating painted skies. For a bit of fun, Kathy Donovan designed a polar bear ice-cream treat rug sure to be welcome on those hot, steamy days coming our way. We offer you a preview of the newest RHM book, Hooked on Words, as author Ellen Banker gives some advice on hooking letters. And Anne Bondís cheeky animals are sure to make you smile! Pour yourself a tall glass of lemonade, settle in for a break from your busy life, and enjoy this summertime issue.

Letís Celebrate!

Rug Hooking magazine celebrates its 30th anniversary by RHM staff

How to Make Friends: Hooking colorful characters by Tamara Pavich

North American Orientals , part 1 by Sandra Brown

The Sky is the Limit : Painted skies at your fingertips by Deb Szwed

Cool Bear: An ice cream treat from childhood by Kathy Donovan/Checkmate Farm

Rug Hooking in Penzance: An English rug hooker tells her story by Diane Cox

Recipe for a Successful Rug: The ingredients? A cup of this, a dash of that . . . by Sharon A. Smith

Homes of the Rising Sun: Hooked sunshine warms a home by Darlene Switalski

Fraktur Thistle: A Project for Every Fiber by Green Mountain Hooked Rugs

Animal Personalities: There is a trick to capturing their charm

by Anne Bond

Creativity: Thirty years of rug hooking

by Deanne Fitzpatrick

Readersí Gallery: Margaret Wenger

by Leigh Glenn

Beyond Our Borders: Grand Olí Summer

by Heather Gavin/Punkin Patch Craft Designs

Dear Beginning Rug Hooker: Words of Wisdom

by Ellen Banker

Canadian Connections: Finding Inspiration in Unexpected Places

by Gwen Dixon

From My Dye Pot: Overwhelmed by Antique Black

by Gene Shepherd

First Rug: Things Marine/Sue Creaser

By Melinda Russell