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rug hooking patterns






    rug hooking
  • Rug hooking is both an art and a craft where rugs are made by pulling loops of yarn or fabric through a stiff woven base such as burlap, linen, or rug warp. The loops are pulled through the backing material by using a crochet-type hook mounted in a handle (usually wood) for leverage.





    patterns
  • A repeated decorative design

  • A regular and intelligible form or sequence discernible in certain actions or situations

  • (pattern) form: a perceptual structure; "the composition presents problems for students of musical form"; "a visual pattern must include not only objects but the spaces between them"

  • form a pattern; "These sentences pattern like the ones we studied before"

  • An arrangement or sequence regularly found in comparable objects or events

  • (pattern) model: plan or create according to a model or models











rug hooking patterns - Hook, Loop




Hook, Loop 'n' Lock: Create Fun and Easy Locker Hooked Projects


Hook, Loop 'n' Lock: Create Fun and Easy Locker Hooked Projects



Not your grandma's locker hooking.
(Unless Gram is one hip chick!)
Hook, Loop & Lock
Create Fun and Easy Locker Hooked Projects
Go "loopy" for locker hooking - a fun, easy-to-learn method for turning strips of fabric or yarn into fabulous home decor, stylish fashion accessories and one-of-a-kind gifts. In this book, traditional locker hooking breaks out of its homespun country image, showing that it can be bold, modern, wild, whimsical ... whatever you want it to be! You'll be "hooked" once you see the fabulous projects inside - from super-simple candy-stripe coasters and funky placemats, to retro-chic bags, exquisite luminaries and custom cozies for your cell phone, digital camera or mp3 player. (I just think if we say "cool", it no longer IS cool)
Look inside for:
31 original projects from various artists, complete with patterns and step-by-step instructions
a diverse combination of techniques, textures and materials--ribbons, beads and snazzy fibers, silk, mohair, wool ... even recycled plastic bags!
everything a beginner needs to know for happy results, from basic supplies to finishing techniques
Recreate a project as-is, or alter colors and patterns to suit your style. Once you've got the basics down, there's nothing stopping you from creating your own original rugs, pillows, wall-hangings and more!

Not your grandma's locker hooking.
(Unless Gram is one hip chick!)
Hook, Loop & Lock
Create Fun and Easy Locker Hooked Projects
Go "loopy" for locker hooking - a fun, easy-to-learn method for turning strips of fabric or yarn into fabulous home decor, stylish fashion accessories and one-of-a-kind gifts. In this book, traditional locker hooking breaks out of its homespun country image, showing that it can be bold, modern, wild, whimsical ... whatever you want it to be! You'll be "hooked" once you see the fabulous projects inside - from super-simple candy-stripe coasters and funky placemats, to retro-chic bags, exquisite luminaries and custom cozies for your cell phone, digital camera or mp3 player. (I just think if we say "cool", it no longer IS cool)
Look inside for:
31 original projects from various artists, complete with patterns and step-by-step instructions
a diverse combination of techniques, textures and materials--ribbons, beads and snazzy fibers, silk, mohair, wool ... even recycled plastic bags!
everything a beginner needs to know for happy results, from basic supplies to finishing techniques
Recreate a project as-is, or alter colors and patterns to suit your style. Once you've got the basics down, there's nothing stopping you from creating your own original rugs, pillows, wall-hangings and more!










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Hooked Rug




Hooked Rug





This is a hooked rug displayed at French Camp, Mississippi, on the Natchez Trace Parkway. Not very many people make hooked rugs anymore. I wonder if hooked rug patterns have names like quilt patterns? Anybody have a name for this pattern?











My Rug (Kitty) - Designed and Hooked by Janet McLean




My Rug (Kitty) - Designed and Hooked by Janet McLean





Pattern: My Rug (Kitty)
Designer: Janet McLean
Hooked by: Janet McLean
Teacher: Laurie Wiles

2011 Western McGown Teachers' Workshop









rug hooking patterns








rug hooking patterns




Rug Hooking for the first time






"Everything's readied for the first-time hooker, from color photographs to information on hooks, frames, wools and dyeing, among other topics."--Booklist, Top Ten Craft and Hobby Books

"One of the best beginner's rug-hooking books to come along in a long time."--Library Journal

With these easy-to-follow instructions, plus dozens of photographs, worksheets, patterns, and projects, any beginner can make beautiful rugs and other hooked decorative items. From preparing and dying the wool to producing and transferring patterns, all the fundamentals are here. Hook a simple design on a Checkerboard Pillow. Add a border and practice finishing techniques on a Circle and Star Rug. Create a face on a Rug Doll. Or go beyond the basics and try larger projects, such as turning rugs into wearables and crafting coordinated room decor.










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