Rug Hooking Magazine Novemberber/December 2019 - Free US Shipping

Rug Hooking Magazine Novemberber/December 2019 - Free US Shipping
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November/December 2019 Volume XXX1, Number 3

On the Cover: Fire, hooked by Cheryl Behan

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!

Trees are My Inspiration

Hooking the forest

by Susan L. Feller

Paint Your Wool with Ink

Doll Faces by Michele Wise

Midwinter Spice

Gingerbread and holly by Joanne Page

Make Your Rug Sparkle Embellish your rugs with beads

by Grace Collette

Stylized Artistic Punching

Yarn and multiple punch sizes make art

by Kathy Donovan

Prehistoric Art

From rock art to hooked art

by Janet Conner

A Rug Hooking Exclusive: The Christmas Flower

by Julie Thomas and Carol DeCoteau/The Old Tattered Flag

2019 Call for Entries, Celebration 30

Time to enter your latest masterpiece!

Reader’s Gallery: Cheryl Behan

by Debbie Ballard

Creativity: It is all about “flow”

by Deanne Fitzpatrick

Artful Color: Working with Value

by Wanda Kerr

Ask the Experts: On Becoming a Hooker

by Jennifer Bayles

Beyond Our Borders: Winter Horse

by Neysa Russo

Dear Beginning Rug Hooker: Deer in the Pines

by Mary Johnson/Designs in Wool

Canadian Connection: Paisleys can throw you a curve

by Carol Shewan

Destinations: The Historic Rugs of Timberline Lodge

by Barb Powell

Blast from the Past: A Schoolhouse Christmas

First Rug on the Last Page: No Two Alike