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Lancaster Posies (15 x 15)

Hooked by Mary Lynn Naples

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Lancaster Posies (15 x 15)

Hooked by Anonymous

Tone on tone and neat – love the blues and the pillow. Just fun! The pillow will be one of the silent auction donations for next year’s McMinn County Living Heritage Museum’s annual hook-in.

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Laszlo (33 x 41)

Hooked by Deb Burcin

A wonderful rendition of the rug Laszlo. Everything about this rug glows and makes a very special color story. Just a great rug.

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Laszlo (33 x 41)

Hooked by Debra Mitchell Inglis

Another beauty hooked by Debra Mitchell Inglis of San Augustine, TX.  The mottled blues in the border are a wonderful contrast for the dark background that makes our regal friend jump right out of the rug!

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Laszlo (33 x 41)

Hooked by Crystal Brown

Wow, wow, and wow! I have no idea how to describe how good the color play is in this rug. The border on the rug is one wonderful plaid – the use of the “lime green” sets off the Lion perfectly – the light in the border is wonderful with the background. Thanks Crystal.

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Liberty Medallion (47″ Round)

Hooked by Debra Inglis

Love Debra’s one odd leaf color and the lighter red used in one of the flowers. The lights in this rug just sparkle against her dark background!

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Liberty Roses (23 X 24)

Hooked by Bonnie Smith

Hooked by Bonnie Smith of Frostburg, Maryland

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Liberty Roses (23 x 24)

Hooked by Cindy Hanula

The simplicity of this color story makes such a strong statement in the wonderful coverlet rug pattern. Notice how Cindy moved this up to special by the way she hooked the background.

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Liberty Roses (23 X 24)

Hooked by Elaine Cathcart

One of our new patterns from the Coverlet Collection which benefits the National Museum of the American Coverlet. One happy rug – the red posies are just perfect – as Emma Lou used to say “Less is More” – very limited usage of wools to create this look.

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Liberty Roses (23 x 24)

Hooked by Mary Jane McCroy

This rug is part of the Coverlet Collection and is hooked in coverlet colors. Love the softness and simplicity of MJ’s rug. Her background is absolutely perfect to “marry” the red and the teal..And yes you may hook it in your own color palate.

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Log Cabin Rug (25 x 41)

Hooked by Dixie Coyle

Wow! I love this rug! A great rug to use lots of your leftover wools and your friends’ wool also. This is definitely a “no rules” rug. Adapted from an old quilt pattern. Dixie Coyle of Steamboat Steams, Colorado, hooked the rug on the left and a big thank you to her.

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Log Cabin Rug (25 x 41)

Hooked by Anita Adrian

Hooked by Anita Adrian of Mars, Pennsylvania. Her movement of color is exceptional. A great rug. Thanks Anita.

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Log Cabin Rug (25 x 41)

Hooked by Betty Bennett

Hooked by Betty Bennett of Ligonier, Pennsylvania. I keep saying that Betty is our “hit n miss” queen. She is a natural and her rugs always look so good. She mostly just “pulls” her strips and hooks them in.

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Log Cabin Rug (25 x 41)

Hooked by Bonnie Smith

Bonnie Smith of Frostburg, Maryland, hooked this Log Cabin Rug. This rug can do no wrong. Bonnie’s red houses and the one green one sitting on the wonderful dark background halo the the hit ‘n’ miss in the center.

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Log Cabin Rug (25 x 41)

Hooked by Carol Daugherty

Hooked by Carol Daugherty, South Bend, Indiana. The softness of these houses and the center of the rug is wonderful. Carol is a master at doing this. Thanks Carol

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Log Cabin Rug (25 x 41)

Hooked by Chris Richey

Hooked by Chris Ritchey of Johnstown, Pennsylvania. Chris used a lot of her strips for her “logs” and her houses. A super rug to use your odd pieces. Just fun, fun, fun.

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Log Cabin Rug (25 x 41)

Hooked by Gail Whitcomb

Gail Whitcomb, Massena, New York, hooked this rug at Kinderhook Rug Camp. I love the ways she just moved the house colors around the rug and then OOPS! — hooked an entirely different background around the bright purple house. Lost of fun to do and her hit n miss is nifty also.

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Log Cabin Rug (25 x 41)

Hooked by Marsha Callan

Marsha Callan hooked this as her first rug! Congratulations to Marsha. The colors in this rug are bright, happy and wonderful. Her movement of color is absolutely perfect. Thanks for such a “smile” of a rug.

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Log Cabin Rug (25 x 41)

Hooked by Pat Donaho 

Hooked by Pat Donaho of Upperco, Maryland. Notice Pat’s Blue Ribbon and her Best of Show Ribbon. This rug was in the Maryland State Fair. Hooray for Pat and for the judges. They liked the way she used the brownish tones to create an interesting and neat rug.

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Log Cabin Rug (25 x 41)

Hooked by Susan McDowell

Susan McDowell of Fairfield, Virginia, hooked this Log Cabin Rug. The color play of the houses going around the rug is super. Susan’s “hit n miss” picks up all of the houses and makes this rug very playful and fun.

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