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Image- Maple Sugar Hearts by Barb Carroll

Maple Sugar Hearts (30 x 12, 36 x 10)

Hooked by Barb Carroll

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Image- Maple Sugar Hearts by Bonnie Smith

Maple Sugar Hearts (30 x 12, 36 x 10)

Hooked by Bonnie Smith

Hooked by Bonnie Smith of Frostburg, Maryland. The limited color palette of the hearts is hooked randomly and makes the hearts sort of dance, while the border holds them in. Great color combination.

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Image- Maple Sugar Hearts by Bonnie Waltz

Maple Sugar Hearts (30 x 12, 36 x 10)

Hooked by Bonnie Waltz

Hooked by Bonnie Waltz of West Chester, Pennsylvania. The simplicity of Bonnie’s colors and her border make a strong neat small rug.

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Image- Maple Sugar Hearts by Connie Litfin

Maple Sugar Hearts (30 x 12, 36 x 10)

Hooked by Connie Litfin

Hooked by Connie Litfin of Carrollton, Texas. Connie’s hearts are fun and I love her star.

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Image- Maple Sugar Hearts by Donna Jackman

Maple Sugar Hearts (30 x 12, 36 x 10)

Hooked by Donna Jackman

Donna Jackman of Scarborough, Maine, hooked this Maple Sugar Hearts. Again a great color combination. Just an easy rug to hook and use what you love. Gold backgrounds are hard to do and Donna was able to really make the rug perfect with it.

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Image- Maple Sugar Hearts by Gloria Johnson

Maple Sugar Hearts (30 x 12, 36 x 10)

Hooked by Gloria Johnson

Gloria Johnson of Leesburg, Virginia, hooked this Maple Sugar Hearts. This is so neat – a three color rug and it brings so much fun with it. Love the reds and teals.

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Image- Maple Sugar Hearts by Jaci Nicely

Maple Sugar Hearts (30 x 12, 36 x 10)

Hooked by Jaci Nicely

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Image- Maple Sugar Hearts by Martha Reynolds

Maple Sugar Hearts (30 x 12, 36 x 10)

Hooked by Martha Reynolds

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Image- Maple Sugar Hearts by Mary Ann Gearinger

Maple Sugar Hearts (30 x 12, 36 x 10)

Hooked by Mary Ann Gearinger

Hooked by Mary Ann Gearinger of Frederick, Maryland. I have always loved this rug. Simple, loving and caring – any color story is wonderful.

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Image- Maple Sugar Hearts by Meg Walters

Maple Sugar Hearts (30 x 12, 36 x 10)

Hooked by Meg Walters

Hooked by Meg Walters of Malvern, Ohio. The background of this rug is two soft “brownish” wools. Very old and allows the hearts to nestle in.

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Image- Maple Sugar Hearts by Sondra Ives

Maple Sugar Hearts (30 x 12, 36 x 10)

Hooked by Sondra Ives

Hooked by Sondra Ives of Bellaire, Texas. Sondra chose very unusual colors and then used the gold to bring a soft glow to her rug. Fun to see so many different color combinations.

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Image- Maple Sugar Hearts (used as purse) by Anne Marie Lewis

Maple Sugar Hearts (used as purse) (30 x 12) (36 x 10)

Hooked by Anne Marie Lewis

Anne Marie Lewis hooked this Maple Sugar Hearts and is using it for a purse! Super idea and really a fun look. Love the color story, bright and happy.

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Image- Maple Sugar Hearts Runner by Georgia Adams

Maple Sugar Hearts Runner (72 x 20)

Hooked by Georgia Adams

Hooked by Georgia Adams of Cowgill, Missouri. A very crisp rug – love the gold, black and red.

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Image- Maple Sugar Hearts Runner by Mercedes Hinzdo

Maple Sugar Hearts Runner (72 x 20)

Hooked by Mercedes Hinzdo

Hooked by Mercedes Hinzdo. Actually lively and fun – Lots of sparkle in this charming runner. There are so many color options and Mercedes certainly chose well. Love the reds with the blues.

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Image- McMinn County Flag by Irene Shell

McMinn County Flag (6 x 48, 8 x 72)

Hooked by Irene Shell

Commission pennant from the U.S.S. Charles R. Ware Destroyer. So patriotic and fills up your soul. Notice the different “whites” and “reds” Irene used in the flag. Ages the rug instantly

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Image- McMinn County Flag by Judy Wissler

McMinn County Flag (6 x 48, 8 x 72)

Hooked by Judy Wissler

A great flag to hang vertical or horizontal. Notice the slight outline around the stars. Really helps them keep their shape in the Canton.

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Image- Midnight Ride by Marilyn Carter

Midnight Ride (32 x 44)

Hooked by Marilyn Carter

Marilyn Carter of Memphis, Tennessee, hooked this Midnight Ride. Just a wonderful colorful rug and that gives a super festive look to Halloween. The green pumpkin is super and who doesn’t love red shoes?

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Image- Midnight Ride by Bobbie True

Midnight Ride (32 x 44)

Hooked by Bobbie True

Bobbie True, my wonderful friend of Arrow Rock, Missouri, hooked the rug on the left. The purple cat is big fun and the pumpkin head is a true smile. Her stars were hooked from a fabulous gold scarf that was striped. This allows the stars to be different and yet have the same feel. Also note the “echo” wool in the background around some areas of the stars. Thanks to Bobbie who I love a lot.

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Image- Midnight Ride by Dianne Klamik

Midnight Ride (32 x 44)

Hooked by Dianne Klamik

Hooked by Dianne Klamik of South Lyon, Michigan. The witch is just super, notice the wonderful green clothing which is then “sprinkled” throughout the border of the rug. The sparkle of the stars just sets everything off.

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Image- Midnight Ride by Judy Carter

Midnight Ride (32 x 44)

Hooked by Judy Carter

I love this witch! She is wonderful and you know she is full of spirit. The witch on the broom is taken from an old postcard (Dr. Bernhardt Wall drew the postcard witch). The pattern layout is an original Barb Carroll. Judy Carter, of Willow Street, Pennsylvania, hooked this delightful rug. Again we did the “echo” wool in the background around some areas in the background. The outline around the hat and cape are sort of spooky and give the witch just the right feel.

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Image- Midnight Ride by Kathy Ashcom

Midnight Ride (32 x 44)

Hooked by Kathy Ashcom

Hooked by Kathy Ashcom of Armagh, Pennsylvania. Wow! Super fun and look at the black sparkle cat on the broom. Love Kathy’s teal moon and the orange/rust in the broom. This was one wool and is super neat.

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Image- Midnight Ride by Marguerite Evans

Midnight Ride (32 x 44)

Hooked by Marguerite Evans

Hooked by Marguerite Evans of Liberty, Texas. The green pumpkin head and the black cat are just big time fun!

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Image- Midnight Ride by Peggy Austin

Midnight Ride (32 x 44)

Hooked by Peggy Austin

Peggy Austin, Chatfield, Texas, hooked this rug. A super fun border and a great lively rug. Halloween is fun and so is this rug. Thanks Peggy. Note how she outlined the cat so that it would show up.

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Image- Midnight Ride by Rhonda Haun

Midnight Ride (32 x 44)

Hooked by Rhonda Haun

Rhonda Haun, Sidney, Illinois, hooked this rug. This is her first rug that was not a kit. Great fun rug and hooked in the spirit of a Halloween postcard. The colors in this rug are all strong, and because of the way that Rhonda moved them around the rug they all flow and play well together. My hat is off to Rhonda for such a fun rug.

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Image- Minstrel by Dea Olson

Minstrel (18″ round)

Hooked by Dea Olson

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Image- Mister Cotswold by Barb Carroll

Mister Cotswold (27 x 36)

Hooked by Barb Carroll

A real primitive sheep rug. When you have a big area in the body of the animal, in this case the sheep, have fun with the area and sort of use it to play with color — lots of fun.

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Image- Mister Cotswold by Cyndy Zee

Mister Cotswold (27 x 36)

Hooked by Cyndy Zee

Cyndy Zee of Mansfield, Ohio, hooked this Mister Cotswold. Cyndy used a great wool for the sheep. Makes him look “rough and woolly.” Her background keeps the rug soft and old.

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Image- Mister Cotswold by Weslee Hursh

Mister Cotswold (27 x 36)

Hooked by Weslee Hursh

Hooked by Weslee Hursh of Brownsville, Pennsylvania. Weslee used roving in her sheep. Neat look and makes for a fun rug. Love her “bubbles” in the border.

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Image- Mister Lincoln by Pat Lemmons

Mister Lincoln (20 x 24)

Hooked by Pat Lemmons

Hooked by Pat Lemmons, Riviera, Texas. Her proddy sheep and flowers are super and the direction on her sky is great.

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Image- Mister Lincoln by Betty Laine

Mister Lincoln (20 x 24)

Hooked by Betty Laine

Hooked by Betty Laine, Thornhill, Ontario, Canada. Betty hooked the rug on the left in a mini workshop here at the Woolley Fox. The sheep is wonderful with the additional bits of color and the wools for the grass and “sky background” are nubby and fun. Betty is not only a delightful teacher, but also a delightful student. Thanks so much.

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Image- Mister Lincoln by Judy Karstens

Mister Lincoln (20 x 24)

Hooked by Judy Karstens

Hooked by Judy Karstens of Coatesville, Indiana. Judy used Wensyldale fleece from England in the body of her sheep. Super look!

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Image- Mister Lincoln by Liz Gordon

Mister Lincoln (20 x 24)

Hooked by Liz Gordon

Liz Gordon of Lexington, Virginia, hooked this Mister Lincoln. Both Liz’s sky and her grass are absolutely wonderful. She has definitely captured the feeling of the wonderful Lincoln Sheep in the meadow. Interesting to note that all of the wools used in this rug have purple in them. Liz says “it is her all-purple rug.” Super neat.

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Image- Mister Lincoln by Patricia Ross

Mister Lincoln (20 x 24)

Hooked by Patricia Ross

Patricia Ross of Wimberly, Texas, hooked this Mister Lincoln. She prodded her sheep. Big fun and I love that tree!

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Image- Mister Lincoln by Sally Wall

Mister Lincoln (20 x 24)

Hooked by Sally Wall

Hooked by Sally Wall, of Fairfax Station, Virginia. I absolutely LOVE this red sheep. Definitely “out of the box” and very, very fun. The brightness of the blue background plays down the rug and is super with the green grass area. Note Sally’s tree – very fun plaid and playful berries.

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Image- Mister Lincoln by Sue Menges

Mister Lincoln (20 x 24)

Hooked by Sue Menges

Hooked by Sue Menges of Moorestown, New Jersey. The color of Sue’s sky is so soft against the grass. Very peaceful and neat rug.

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Image- Mollie's Star by Mary Lynn Naples

Mollie’s Star (20 x 20)

Hooked by Mary Lynn Naples

Hooked by Mary Lynn Naples of Lancaster, Pennsylvania.  Wow, Mary Lynn – just absolutely great!  Thank you very much.

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Image- Mollie's Star by Crystal Brown

Mollie’s Star (20 x 20)

Hooked by Crystal Brown

Crystal Brown of Washington, Pennsylvania, hooked this Mollie’s Star. Super fun way to hook this rug. Neat color combination and love the “optical illusion” which is created by the way Crystal hooked her colors.

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Image- Mollie's Star by Sherry Sayles

Mollie’s Star (20 x 20)

Hooked by Sherry Sayles

Sherry Sayles of Elkhart, Indiana, hooked this Mollie’s Star. Just NEAT! I love the way she hooked the area around the center of the rug. WOW!

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Image- Mollie's Star by Bonnie Waltz

Mollie’s Star (20 x 20)

Hooked by Bonnie Waltz

Bonnie Waltz of West Chester, Pennsylvania, hooked this Mollie’s Star. Is this cheery or what? Light and fanciful – a great small rug.

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Image- Monsieur Paisley by Barbara Kimbrough

Monsieur Paisley (44 x 32)

Hooked by Barbara Kimbrough

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Image- Monsieur Paisley by Cynthia Norwood

Monsieur Paisley (44 x 32)

Hooked by Cynthia Norwood

Hooked by Cynthia Norwood of Kirtland, Ohio. This pattern is in honor of Cynthia who is the “paisley queen.” This wonderful bird is from an 1840 French paisley. Cynthia used all old paisleys to hook the bird. Just super! The background is in a paisley design. What a fabulous rug!

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Image- My Heart is Glad by Barb Carroll

My Heart is Glad (40 x 50)

Hooked by Barb Carroll

Hooked by Barb and gifted to her Texas daughter, Diane. In 1865: An American slave celebrates emancipation by stenciling stars in the shape of hearts on an old cotton container. The inscription reads: “My heart is glad my country is free.” I think it is so meaningful for today and actually forever. I love the symbols in this rug. The triangles are tents and the circles are cannon balls. Note the variety in the reds and off whites in the flags.

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Image- My Heart is Glad by Marketa Anderson

My Heart is Glad (40 x 50)

Hooked by Marketa Anderson

This rug always brings a tug to my heart. This saying comes from a Civil War quilt and is so true even today! The circle are cannon ball, and the triangles are tents. Love the way Marketa blended the whites and reds in the stripes on the flag.

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Image- Myer Coverlet by Sue Milanick

Myer Coverlet (30 x 31, 50 x 52)

Hooked by Sue Milanick

This pattern is part of our Coverlet Collection patterns and is hooked in coverlet colors. Sue’s rug is superb – all of the reds, blues, and off whites play perfectly.

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Image- Myer Coverlet by Jane King Powers

Myer Coverlet (30 x 31, 50 x 52)

Hooked by Jane King Powers

The rosy colors are a perfect complement to the greens, which keeps the greens sparky and fun.

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Image- Myer Coverlet by Pat Mensing

Myer Coverlet (30 x 31, 50 x 52)

Hooked by Pat Mensing

Pat’s color story is awesome. Unusual – and perfectly planned, Pat and Kris Miller worked on this at the Woolley Fox Camp. Hooray for them both.

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