Hook A Mola!

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If you love bright colours and want to have fun, why not hook a “mola”? Molas are colourful panels that include various types of appliqué and often have added embroidery, traditionally made by the Kuna Indians. The Kuna Indians live … Continued


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I like to encourage rug hookers to be brave and design their own patterns. “Keep it simple”, works well when first starting to design. Here, the vivid turquoise of the sky and bright greenery keep the picture interesting. Be bold … Continued

Three Sheep

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Sheep are the natural subject for hooked mats made with wool. This little design is more playful than realistic because the wooly part of the sheep is outlined in bright colours. The faces are hooked simply in solid black. The … Continued

Winter Blues

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Lise Merchant is a certified rug hooking teacher from the Prairie Harvest Rug Hooking School, specializing in the stain glass technique.Winter Blues is not only a tranquil winter scene but an exercise in transferring the stained glass effect to a … Continued

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