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Woolley Mat Cats (13 x 25) by Pam Depolo
Hooked by Pamela Depolo of Woodinville, Washington. Love these cats!!!!!! Soft and almost hiding in the blue background – then with the spark of the reds – the rug becomes very playful. Just neat.
Woolley Mat Dog by Annette Allessio
13 X 25 - This is just a super color combination. Annette Allessio from Fairmont, West Virginia, hooked this delightful rug. Please take a look at Annette's background. She had a great teal plaid which we used -- it just sort of "melts" around and has created a GREAT background. I love the teal dog also.
Woolley Mat Dog by Dea Olson
hooked by Dea Olson of Topeka, Kansas. This is the first time I have seen this mat hooked this way. I love the OLD look to the rug. Thanks Dea!
Woolley Mat Dog by Kay Moring
Hooked by Kay Moring of Dallas, Texas. Kay's dog was hooked from one piece of striped wool which make it look as if it is a red "hit n miss." Very fun to do.
Woolley Mat Dog by Jean Meador
Hooked at the Star of Texas, Federicksburg school. The spark of white in the circle - keeps the rug in perfect balance and her background is wonderful.
Woolley Mat Hat by Jane Hester
Hooked by my great friend Jayne Hester, Kinderhook, New York. The rug looks so old. The use of the beige small plaid instead of a white in the stripe helps create this look. The hit 'n' miss in the corners is super too.
Woolley Mat Hat by Beth Anne Smiley
Beth Anne Smiley of Davenport, Iowa, hooked the sixth Woolley Mat Hat, 25 X 13. Love the way Beth Anne used the "white" in her corners - a very neat "spark up". The bright red is good also.
Woolley Mat Hat by Cindy Wagner
Hooked by Cindy Wagner of Dellroy, Ohio. Definitely a celebration of Uncle Sam and everything red, white and blue. Doesn't need to be bright to be fun.
Woolley Mat Hat by Rebecca Caldwood
Hooked by Rebecca Caldwood of Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania. This was Rebecca's first rug. She had a lot of fun with this little mat. Says "red, white, and blue" and is very happy.
Woolley Mat Hat by Rita Ozment
Hooked by Rita Ozment of Coatesville, Indiana. Love the "hit n miss" corners. Rita's background is fabulous also.
Woolley Mat Hat by Christine Wolf
Hooked by Christine Wolf of Pennsylvania. Christine's "hat mat" is lots of fun - her star and corners just frame it perfectly.
Woolley Mat Horse by Barb Carroll
The Woolley Mat Horse, 25 x 13, is part of the Woolley Mat Series that is shown in my new book Secrets of Primitive Hooked Rugs. I had a lot of fun with this rug. A small treasure to hook as a gift for a friend or for yourself. All of the other patterns shown in the book are available also. Thanks to Rug Hooking Magazine for inviting me to be part of this series.
Woolley Mat Horse by Martha Reynolds
Hooked by Martha Reynolds of Dallas, Texas. Martha was in my "Horse of a Different Color" workshop at the Shelburne. A fun class and everyone was able to hook the horse their way. Martha carried the horse color out to the border, which is a super touch. Thanks to Martha for being in the class and to Diane Phillips for inviting me to teach.
Woolley Mat Horse by Gloria Ault
Gloria Ault, Shelby, Ohio, hooked the third rug for her daughter. Gloria hooked this at the Woolley Fox during a mini workshop. Her daughter chose most of the wools which makes it special for her. I love the hit 'n' miss circle in the reds.
Woolley Mat Horse by Kathy Wright
Kathy Wright of Lexington, Kentucky, was also in my Shelburne class, "Horse of a Different Color." I love her blue horse and red stars. This rug is fun any way you hook it. Watch my schedule for an exciting show and workshop "Sheep of Many Coats" that will be happening in Columbus in November.
Woolley Mat Horse by Michele Christian
Michele Christian, Kettering, Ohio, hooked this Woolley Mat Horse. "HOORAY" for her hooking a purple horse! The gold stars are very sparky.
Woolley Mat Horse by Norma Batastini
Norma Batastini, Glen Ridge, New Jersey, hooked this version of the Woolley Mat Horse at my fun, fun mini class at the Shelburne last year. (Again, thanks for inviting me.) She took this one step further by creating her own border. She ran out of some of the wools, so she pulled in others, bringing her own personality to this little rug.
Woolley Mat Horse by Julie Thornton
Hooked by Julie Thornton, Shelby, Ohio. Her corners are NEAT and I love the squiggles in her background.
Woolley Mat Horse by Carol Collins
Hooked by Carol Collins, Goode, Virginia. Very simple, folky and good.
Woolley Mat Horse by Mercedes Hnizdo
Hooked by Mercedes Hnizdo of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This rug is quiet and restful. The color palette Mercedes used is great. Not many changes -- very well placed.
Woolley Mat Horse by Sharon Reilly
hooked by Sharon Reilly, Springhill, TN. A pink horse - hooray. And look at Sharon's background - the softness of the horse allow her to use this wonderful textured background.
Woolley Mat Horse by Barbara Lowe
Hooked by Barbara Lowe of Rector, Pennsylvania. This was Barbara's first rug. She is having a wonderful time and do you not just love her background? Nice spirit there.
Woolley Mat Horse by Darlene Buckner
Darlene Buckner of Poulsbo, Washington, hooked this Woolley Mat Horse. Her stars and corners frame the horse very well. A happy rug.
Woolley Mat Sheep by Rose Hough
13 x 25, was hooked by Rose Hough. A delightful rug. Rose's corners are fun and whimsical.
Woolley Mat Sheep by Shari Bennett
Hooked by Shari Bennett from Corbin, Kentucky. Bright, fun and happy. And we all know I love the purple stars!
Sheep Pillow by Donna Hopkins
A super fun pillow hooked by Donna Hopkins, Kentucky. I LOVE black sheep!
Woolley Mat Sheep by Betty Bennett
Betty of Ligonier, PA hooked this rug from a friend's wool. So between her memory of her friend and her love of sheep this is a fun rug for Betty. I love the sparkly stars.
Woolley Mat Sheep by Michele Christian
Hooked by Michele Christian, Kettering, Ohio, in my class in Columbus, Ohio. "The sheep of many coats." I had a great time and a very big THANK YOU to Kathy Wright of From Our Hands for inviting me. I love the quiet stars and the way the red line sort of outlines the irregular shape of the background.
Woolley Mat Sheep by Keith Kemmer
hooked by Keith Kemmer from Waterford, Michigan. Keith hooked this at a class in Columbus, Ohio. Just fun, and you can use lots of your leftover wools to have fun with this.
Woolley Mat Sheep by Carol Rahall
Hooked by Carol Rahall of Mansfield, Ohio. The deepness of Carol's background and border sets off the corners so that they dance around the rug.