Rug Hooking Magazine March/April/May 2020 - Free US Shipping

Rug Hooking Magazine March/April/May 2020 - Free US Shipping
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Volume XXXI, Number 5 March/April/May 2020

On the Cover: Red Sky at Morning, hooked by Nancy Samuels.

This issue is chock full of information and projects. You can take a mini–workshop from Ellen Banker as she shows us how to make hooked speech bubbles. Perhaps you are intrigued by how to depict light in a hooked rug—Sibyl Osicka can help you with that. Do you have spare bedsheets around the house? Consider turning them into a rug as a way of upcycling them. Create a bird nest, hook a family heirloom, and learn how to dye for a sepia rug. You will find all that and more in these pages. Perfect spring projects for all of us!

Do Something Amazing Create a speech bubble by Ellen Banker

A Journey of 40 Years Creating pattern repeats for rug hooking design by Maddy Fraioli

May I Have the Envelope, Please! Readers' Choice Celebration 29 by Staff of RHM

Rug Hooking in the Chosen Spot Inspired by our home by Norma Press

The Theft of Comedy Light—an explosion of color, value, and mystery by Sibyl Osicka

You Hook Rugs with Bedsheets? Why not? In the grand tradition of rug hooking, use what you have by Laura Salamy

From Photography to Hooked Art Is that a photograph? Or is it hooked? by Janet Conner

A Rug Hooking Exclusive: Pretty Bird by Judy Taylor/Little House Rugs

Blast from the Past: Hooked Heirlooms by Janet Carija Brandt

Readers' Gallery: The Tree of Life that Lives On by Robert Jarrell

Artful Color: Themes and Schemes by Wanda Kerr

Beyond Our Borders: The Charm of Birds' Nests by Gwen Dixon

Canadian Connection: Butterfly Bench by Kelly Laaper

Dear Beginning Rug Hooker: Happy Butterfly—for beginning punchers by Christie Beniston

First Rug on the Last Page Buttermolds by Karen Kasprowicz