Rug Hooking Magazine June/July/August 2022 - Free US Shipping

Rug Hooking Magazine June/July/August 2022 - Free US Shipping
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June/July/August 2022

Volume XXXIV, Number 1

On the Cover: Cherry Blossoms, designed and hooked by Susan Grant. For more about this rug, see page 6

Summertime flowers, summertime energy. This summer issue brings you a whole passel of intriguing articles. Have you ever hooked your pet cat? Check out Susan Cunningham’s gallery of cat portraits. Perhaps you will be inspired to render your feline in wool. If you are like all the rug hookers I know, you have an overload of leftover noodles and wool strips. You will appreciate how one of us tames those bits and bobs—I might just follow her lead with my leftover worms. Lucy Welsh and friends visited their local fair and were inspired to hook rugs—what a great source of inspiration! If you are looking for a primitive rug to hook during these summer months, take a look at the antique flower basket pattern we have for you. A basket of flowers in the summertime? Perfect!

Beautiful Backgrounds

Part Three of a Series

by Susan Grant

Noodle Control How One Clever Rug Hooker Keeps Those Pesky Leftovers Under Control

by Kathleen Eckhaus

Cats, Cats, and More Cats

Abstract, Realistic, or Cartoonish

by Susan M. Cunningham

Stories in Wool

Sisters Practicing their Crafts

by Katherine Hitchcock

I Saw it at the Fair

A Rug Hooking Challenge

by Lucy Walsh

The Value of a Pencil Crayon Drawing

Color Planning a Lily

by Debbie Ballard

Meandering into the Abstract

Take a Break from Realism

by Sharon H. Oppegard

Designers Showcase

The Butlers: A Rug Hooking Fairy Tale

by Deana David/Ribbon Candy Rug Hooking

Dear Beginning Rug Hooker

Colorful Leaves: From Summer to Autumn to Whimsical

by Gwen Dixon

Beyond Our Borders

Stitching Stories of Love in Fabric and Thread

by Kathy J. Gaul/Meetinghouse Hill Designs

Canadian Connection

A Rug Hooking Challenge

by Robin Whitford

Ask the Experts

A Good Finish: Part Four of a Series on Finishing Techniques

by Carol Shewan

Artful Color

Tools for Transformation

by Wanda Kerr

Blast from the Past

Appliqué Flower Basket

by Cherylyn Brubaker/Hooked Treasures

First Rug on the (Almost) Last Page


By Stephanie Rose Bird