Rug Hooking Magazine January/February 2020 - Free US Shipping

Rug Hooking Magazine January/February 2020 - Free US Shipping
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January/February 2020 Volume XXXI, Number 4

On the Cover: Cougar Close Up, hooked by Judy Carter.



The Winter 2019 issue is ready for you! Hook yourself a seasonal gingerbread mat as you sip your mulled cider. You will love the primitive deer design from Mary Johnson at Designs in Wool. And felt artist Neysa Russo has designed a lovely pattern for the season, a charming Winter Horse. The Old Tattered Flag’s lovely poinsettia design will be sure to please, and—for a trip down memory lane—check out A Schoolhouse Christmas, a nostalgic design from Joan Moshimer. We are pleased to present you with a sneak peek at our upcoming book from Janet Conner. Be sure to look for this exciting publication in early 2020. As you can see, this issue is full of wonderful signs of the season. Be sure to get your copy!



True North My RV compass rose by Janelle Broscious



Wide-Cut Realism: Who said you have to hook a lion in fine cuts?

by Judy Carter



The Bean Pickers: A family, a summer day, a rug

by Sue-Ann Jay



Hook a 3-Dimensional Sheep: A quick and easy project for the weekend by Patricia Pisch



A Frolicking Flock: Hen’s special delivery

by Michelle L. Palmer



Ladies’ Night Challenge: The mystery, the lure, the creativity!

by Kathy Donovan



Chinese New Year: Celebrate the New Year with a rug

by Tatiana Knodel



PUNCH! Have you ever been on a yarn crawl?

by Christie Beniston



A Rug Hooking Exclusive: Love Birds

by Joan Moshimer/W. Cushing & Co.



Reader’s Gallery: A Certain Je Ne Sais Quoi

by Tamara Pavich



Beyond Our Borders: Theorem Painting on Wool

by Linda Pietz



Ask the Experts: Designing with Geometrics

by Kate Thornhill



Dear Beginning Rug Hooker: Hand-Torn Heart

by Judy Cripps/Rustic Rugs



Canadian Connection: The New Brunswick Mat Registry

by Margaret Patricia Eaton



Blast from the Past: The Sultan’s Garden



First Rug on the Last Page: On the Prowl

by Grace Truman