Rug hooking designs

Discover a collection of beautiful rug hooking designs to enhance the aesthetic of your home. Explore unique patterns and styles to create a cozy and inviting atmosphere.
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Looking for a winter hobby? You might find everything you're looking for in hooking. I had no idea that I had everything it took to make a spectacular hooker, but a few years ago, on a Saturday afternoon I discovered I was destined to be a pro. And so was my mother. Ask yourself these...Read More

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Molly McCurdy
Rug Hooking Rules: What you MUST do Rag Rugs, Patchwork, Rug Hooking Kits, Rug Hooking Patterns, Rug Hooking Designs, Rug Hooking Frames, Rug Hooking Patterns Primitive, Latch Hook Rugs, Rug Hooking Patterns Free

Ready for some rug hooking rules? Just one: Do what you think is right. It really is just that simple. This is an art form. Does the painter get criticized about how the brush is held? Do people turn the work over to check the back? NO! Give yourself permission to be a little “wrong.” […]

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Lynne Pope
Patchwork, Crochet, Rug Hooking Patterns, Rug Hooking Patterns Primitive, Rug Hooking Designs, Latch Hook Rugs, Rug Making, Rag Rug, Braided Rug Diy

I’m often asked how to prevent twisted loops…this is what I share with my students… May people like twisted, uneven loops and that is fine! However, if you don’t and are struggling try this… My #1 tip is what I call "scooping"...it works with any width wool and any type of hook on any foundation!. Begin by holding your wool strip/yarn FLAT between your thumb and forefinger underneath your foundation. Hold it close to the foundation, my thumb nail often scrapes against the underside of my…

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Marian Oude Nijeweme
Diy, Rag Rugs, Patchwork, Crochet, Rug Hooking Designs, Rug Hooking Patterns Free, Rug Hooking Patterns, Modern Rug Hooking, Rug Hooking Kits

Sheri’s question: Hi Cindi, what’s the difference in rug warp and say primitive linen. That’s what I usually hook on but it’s so darned expensive. I use an 8, 8.5 and 9 cut. I am also experimenting with monks cloth. It’s not too bad and a lot cheaper than linen. And where do you get […]

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Pamela Crump