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BARBARA CARROLL GALLERY (H)

Image- Hail To The Chief by Leslie Scroble

Hail To The Chief (34 x 26)

Hooked by Leslie Scroble

Hooked by Leslie Scroble of Oley, Pennsylvania. What a neat rug. Leslie saw this in a weather-vane book and hooked it in a workshop with Lucille Festa. We also love this image and have used it in our new rug Hail To The Chief with the TO.TE in the border. Leslie has investigated the TO.TE and no one seems to know what the initials are for. Fun to guess!!!!!! Please note the way she hooked the Indian so he looks as if he has weathered. Very wonderful.

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Image - Hail To The Chief (34 x 26) by Jane Bescherer

Hail To The Chief (34 x 26)

Hooked by Jane Bescherer

Hooked by Jane Bescherer. A great, great rug. Love the way Jane played with the colors in the center of the rug and in the border.

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Image - Hail To The Chief (34 x 26) by Keith Kemmer

Hail To The Chief (34 x 26)

Hooked by Keith Kemmer

Keith Kemmer of Waterford, Michigan hooked this rug. Hooray Keith! Note the way Keith used the golds/greens in the Indian and the directional hooking in the background. Actually adds so much to this wonderful rug.

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Image- Hannah's Star by Barb Carroll

Hannah’s Star (14 x 14)

Hooked by Barb Carroll

I hooked this rug using all “as-is” wools. Fun and easy to do and a great way to use those left over “bits.” I designed this to use in a talk at the Green Mountain Guild hook-in. Thanks to everyone for inviting me. This rug is now at the Dorr Mill Store, Guild, New Hampshire.

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Image - Hannah's Star (14 x 14) by Cathy Buschur

Hannah’s Star (14 x 14)

Hooked by Cathy Buschur

Hooked by Cathy Buschur, Howell, Michigan. Cathy hooked this small mat here at the Woolley Fox during a mini workshop. A small special rug, which lets you use lots of your leftover scraps. Use it on a table with a piece of folk art or antique in the middle of it. Also a neat pillow.

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Image - Hannah's Star (14 x 14) by Judy Goodrich

Hannah’s Star (14 x 14)

Hooked by Judy Goodrich

Hooked by Judy Goodrich of Huffman, Texas.

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Image - Hannah's Star (14 x 14) by Katie Hartner

Hannah’s Star (14 x 14)

Hooked by Katie Hartner

Hooked by Katie Hartner of Tyler, Texas

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Image - Hannah's Star (14 x 14) by Keith Kemmer

Hannah’s Star (14 x 14)

Hooked by Keith Kemmer

Hooked by Keith Kemmer of Waterford, Michigan. Very cheery and fun. A great mat for a nifty piece of folk art. Thanks to my wonderful friend Keith.

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Image - Hannah's Star 2 (14 x 14) by Keith Kemmer

Hannah’s Star (14 x 14)

Hooked by Keith Kemmer

Hooked by Keith Kemmer of Waterford, Michigan.

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Image - Hannah's Star (14 x 14) by Michael Bohl

Hannah’s Star (14 x 14)

Hooked by Michael Bohl

Michael Bohl of Bettendorf, Iowa, hooked this Hannah’s Star. Michael’s wife Julia is a super rug hooker and so Michael decided to give this a “go.” Kudos to him. The soft color play is wonderful and the wool in the middle for the star gives this rug a very aged and cozy look.

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Image - Hannah's Star (14 x 14) by Nada Lind

Hannah’s Star (14 x 14)

Hooked by Nada Lind

Nada Lind, Shepherdstown, West Virginia, hooked this Hannah’s Star. Very cheery with all of the golds.

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Image - Hannah's Star (14 x 14) by Sue Teggatz

Hannah’s Star (14 x 14)

Hooked by Sue Teggatz

Sue Teggatz of Estes Park, Colorado, hooked this Hannah’s Star. Again, simple but effective play of color.

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Image- Hannah's Star Quilt Blocks by Meg Walters

Hannah’s Star Quilt Blocks (20 x 24)

Hooked by Meg Walters

Hooked by Meg Walters, of Malvern, Ohio. I love her play of color off the the light background and the way the small squares sort of “wiggle” around.

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Image - Hannah's Star Quilt Blocks (20 x 24) by Ann Gagon

Hannah’s Star Quilt Blocks (20 x 24)

Hooked by Ann Gagon

This delightful small rug was hooked by Ann Gagon, Pittstown, New Jersey. I love the simple play of color. As Emma Lou says, “less is more,” and this is a classic example of that.

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Image- Hannah's Star Runner by Carrie Martin

Hannah’s Star Runner (18 x 78)

Hooked by Carrie Martin

Hooked by Carrie Martin of Covington, Louisiana. Carrie wanted this rug bigger and added this wonderful border. All I can say is, “WOW”! Her color placement and movement is absolutely perfect. Thanks Carrie.

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Image - Hannah's Star Runner (18 x 78) by Bev Cole

Hannah’s Star Runner (18 x 78)

Hooked by Bev Cole

This rug is like a camouflage – you can hook it in any color and not worry about balance or matching everything. Bev hooked this soft and lovely runner which can be used anywhere. I love the way the bits of red sort of dance around the rug.

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Image - Hannah's Star Runner (18 x 78) by Bryan Hancock

Hannah’s Star Runner (18 x 78)

Hooked by Bryan Hancock

Hooked by Bryan Hancock, Rocky Mount, North Carolina. This rug is just plain lots of fun and Bryan’s red stars on the ends are neat, but the best is her use of two different blues for the blue stars. Different, yet very similar.

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Image - Hannah's Star Runner (18 x 78) by Doris Manker

Hannah’s Star Runner (18 x 78)

Hooked by Doris Manker

Hooked by Doris Manker of Laurens, New York. Doris hooked this rug to appear as if it had been hooked a 100 years ago. Absolutely with the soft color and dark rich border she achieved this look perfectly. Just great.

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Image - Hannah's Star Runner (18 x 78) by Elaine Cathcart

Hannah’s Star Runner (18 x 78)

Hooked by Elaine Cathcart

Hooked by my good friend Elaine Cathcart of Athens, Tennessee. This softness of this rug is just beautiful. I love the way it just mellows in and out. This is a wonderful rug that reflects the makers’ personalities.

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Image - Hannah's Star Runner (18 x 78) by Kim Vezzani

Hannah’s Star Runner (18 x 78)

Hooked by Kim Vezzani

Hooked by Kim Vezzani, Greenock, Pennsylvania. Just about any color combination is wonderful. This is one rug that will move any way you want it. The deepness and richness of Kim’s rug is super.

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Image - Hannah's Star Runner (18 x 78) by Meg Walters

Hannah’s Star Runner (18 x 78)

Hooked by Meg Walters

Hooked by Meg Walters. The block second from the left makes this rug special. The star is reversed from the other four. Neat, very neat. Thanks Meg of Malvern, Ohio!

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Image - Hannah's Star Runner (18 x 78) by Sheri Bennett

Hannah’s Star Runner (18 x 78)

Hooked by Sheri Bennett

Hooked by Sheri Bennett of Chattanooga, Tennessee. I love the simplicity of color in this rug. And Sheri’s border is great. Love the braid.

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Image- Happy Jack by Pat Cross

Happy Jack (33 x 20)

Hooked by Pat Cross

A fun Halloween rug hooked by Pat Cross, Charlottesville, Virginia. Pat began this here at the Woolley Fox and this was a lot of fun to work on with her. Adapted from an old postcard. Thanks Pat.

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Image- Happy Jack by Keith Kemmer

Happy Jack (33 x 20)

Hooked by Keith Kemmer

Keith Kemmer of Waterford, Michigan, hooked this, Is he fun or what? Love the Indian corn, the corners, the moon, and the whole rug! The brightness in the face brings him to life.

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Image- Haring Fox & Hound by Kathy Sparks

Haring Fox & Hound (21 x 27)

Hooked by Kathy Sparks

This wonderful coverlet pattern is hooked in the summer colors. Love how the different blues add so much interest to the rug.

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Image- Here A Chick by Barb Carroll

Here A Chick (26 x 23)

Hooked by Barb Carroll

Hooked by Barb Carroll. A fun small piece. Great for a gift and for using your left over wools. The chicks are neat to hook and a real smile!

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Image- Here A Chick by Deb Burcin

Here A Chick (26 x 23)

Hooked by Deb Burcin

Hooked by Deb Burcin of Lampeter, PA. Very whimsical and love the dog lots! Also Deb used buttons for the eyes. Neat to do.

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Image- Here A Chick by Ellie Beck

Here A Chick (26 x 23)

Hooked by Ellie Beck

Ellie Beck of Madison, Wisconsin, hooked this Here A Chick. What a GREAT graphic rug! I never would have thought of this – so neat to learn – click the thumb nail and study the way Ellie hooked her rug. Just super.

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Image- Here A Chick by Judy Spence

Here A Chick (26 x 23)

Hooked by Judy Spence

Hooked by Judy Spence of Powell, Ohio. Love the background of Judy’s rug. Just neat and be sure to note the wonderful spot on the cat. Very fun!

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Image- Here A Chick by Mary Ann Gearinger

Here A Chick (26 x 23)

Hooked by Mary Ann Gearinger

Mary Ann Gearinger hooked this rug. Love the dog and the green horse. Playful fun, no rules and lots of whimsy. The dark background makes everything sort of dance around the rug.

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Image- Here A Chick by Susan Harris

Here A Chick (26 x 23)

Hooked by Susan Harris

Susan Harris of Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, hooked this rug. The blue chicks on the purple background are neat. Love the one purple chick.

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Image- Hudson Valley Sheep by Deb Inglis

Hudson Valley Sheep (32 x 40)

Hooked by Deb Inglis

I want to hook this rug and have Jayne Hester as my teacher. Both Deb and Jayne contributed much talent to the rug. Soft and sort of “spooky” at the same time. Note the “ghost” trees in the background. Super neat.

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Image- Hudson Valley Sheep by Cora Maldonado

Hudson Valley Sheep (32 x 40)

Hooked by Cora Maldonado

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Image- Hudson Valley Sheep by Dea Olson

Hudson Valley Sheep (32 x 40)

Hooked by Dea Olson

Love the simplicity and coziness of this rug. Brings peace to your soul. Dea’s sky is definitely perfect.

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Image- Hudson Valley Sheep by Jayne Hester

Hudson Valley Sheep (32 x 40)

Hooked by Jayne Hester

Hooked by Jayne Hester of Valatie, New York. What a wonderful sheep rug! Love the “over lapping trees”. The back trees look almost “spooky” and the swirls in the sheep are genius. This is one “big time cozy rug”!

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