Rug Hooking Magazine March/April/May 2017 - Free US Shipping

Rug Hooking Magazine March/April/May 2017 - Free US Shipping
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In this issue, a rug hooker living in the Scottish Highlands tells us how she is inspired by the landscape around her. Closer to home, we visit a Canadian rug hooker who considers her little cabin in the woods a “hooking heaven.” Do you know how to pick the best foundation for your projects? The experts at Green Mountain Hooked Rugs share their expertise and give us some pointers. We give you a sneak peek at a brand-new book by Tracy Jamar, fiber artist extraordinaire; as a bonus, she shares a wonderful pattern from the book with us. Are you ready for a chuckle? Take a look at the wonderful Hutchinson rugs from the August 2016 exhibit at Sauder Village. I dare you not to laugh out loud!

The March/April/May issue of Rug Hooking Magazine includes:

A Rug Hooking Exclusive! Arundel Crewel by W. Cushing & Co./Joan Moshimer

Rug Hooking in the Scottish Highlands Inspirations from the Land by Brigitte Webb

Rug Hooking Serendipity A Discovery of Parallel Projects by Catherine Heilferty

Hutchinson Humor Hooking the Trials of Life . . . With a Twist by Kathy Wright

Torn Blooms Hooking a Garden in Torn Wool Strips by Tamara Pavich

Creative Confines and Loopholes Working with Repurposed Wool by Nadine Flagel

“On Alert” Horse Hooking, Coiling, and Shirring Come Together by Tracy Jamar

A Love of Wool An Artist Interprets Americana Primitives and Antiques by Chris Coslet

Destinations Canada’s 150th Celebration by Wendie Scott Davis

Ask the Experts A Firm Foundation by Green Mountain Hooked Rugs

Dear Beginning Rug Hooker The Golden Egg by Karen Larsen

Readers' Gallery Francine Even: An Abstract View of the World by Linda Rae Coughlin

Canadian Connection In a Little Cabin in the Woods: Alberta Haslett’s Hooking Heaven by Sandy Oravec

From My Dye Pot Funky Leaf, Funky Background by Nancy Jewett/Fluff & Peachy Bean

First Rug My Cats Mij and Zipp/Sally Stepath by Melinda Russell