Rug Hooking Magazine - November/December 2020 - Free U.S. Shipping

Rug Hooking Magazine - November/December 2020 - Free U.S. Shipping
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On the Cover: Vintage Christmas Ornaments, designed and hooked by Rebecca Martin

As 2020 draws to a close, rug hookers plan their winter projects. This issue is full of ideas for the cozy winter season: a unique “self-portrait,” a woodland nighttime fantasy, vintage ornaments in pretty pastels, and, of course, Santa. Learn about International Rug Hooking Day, consider using silk ties in your hooking, and create a Fraktur angel for your family. Have you ever hooked your pet? Our article will give you the confidence to give it a try. And, on top of all that, we show you another way to use your stash of leftover worms—hook a holiday inspired tree! We have lots and lots of ways to keep busy during the dark days of winter. Come and join us!

Call for Entries

Celebration of Hand-Hooked Rugs 31

Woodland Winter Night

Cozy charm for the season by Kris Miller

Leaving My Mark

Hooking a “self-portrait”

by Elizabeth Marino

Vintage Christmas Ornaments

Punch a pretty pillow for the holidays

by Rebecca Martin

A Super-Sized Faith

Huge, dramatic, and challenging

by Judy Carter

Santa, Santa

Designing the man with many faces

by Donna Hrkman

Love in the Time of a Pandemic

Relax, let go of the worry, create by Meryl Cook

Hooking Your Pet

Number one rule: don’t be intimidated!

by Carol Koerner

In Honor of Great Women

A gallery for Ruth

by Debra Smith

A Rug Hooking Exclusive: Old World Santa

by Janet Conner

Destinations: International Rug Hooking Day

by Vicki Cameron

Readers’ Gallery: Michelle Sirois Silver

by Mary Logue

Beyond Our Borders: Tie One On

by Sharon Oppegard

Blast from the Past: Fraktur Angel

by Pat Hornafius

Dear Beginning Rug Hooker: Hit-or-Miss Holiday Design

by Brigitte Webb

Ask the Experts: How to Finish a Hooked or Punched Pillow

by Rebecca Martin

Artful Color: Color—A Love Story

by Wanda Kerr

Canadian Connection: Alexandrya Eaton

by Margaret Patricia Eaton

Last Rug on the Last Page: Quail

by Grace Stohlmann