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CAROL ENDRES GALLERY (A)

 

Image - American Cat (28 x 36) by Deste Arthurton

American Cat (28 x 36) 

Hooked by Deste Arthurton

Deste Arthurton of Roswell, Georgia, hooked this rug. Love the whitish stars and moon. Sort of “spooky”! The play of gold is fun and makes the cat sort of dance. Note that the top left corner is a reverse of the other three. Very fun color play in the border.

 

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Image- American Cat by Kim Vezzani

American Cat (28 x 36)

Hooked by Kim Vezzani

Hooked by Kim Vezzani, Greenock, Pennsylvania. American Cat is hooked with a night sky and blue moon. Sort of fun with an orange cat. A wonderful “Americana” rug with lots of fun to it.

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Image- American Cat by Dee Casper

American Cat (28 x 36)

Hooked by Dee Casper

Dee Casper, Delmont, Pennsylvania, hooked this rug for her granddaughter. I absolutely love the outline of the tree also the one odd star.

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Image - American Fish (23 x 37) by Janice Johnson

American Fish (23 x 37) 

Hooked by Janice Johnson

Hooked by Janice Johnson of Missouri. She is a student of Emma Lou Lais. I think they did a great job with this pattern. Note that the same colors were used in the words and in the top border. This keeps the color balance even. Also note that the wool used in the flag for the “blue with stars” is a blue and white check. Gives a great impression of blue with stars, and not so much work. A nifty tip.

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Image- American Fish by Alice Fraizer

American Fish (23 x 37)

Hooked by Alice Fraizer

Alice Fraizer of Lexington, Ohio, hooked this rug. There is so much joy in Alice’s rug, starting with the fish. Alice went right on to her trees and as she ran out of her background wool she “just added some odd wools in” sort of like the old rugs. Alice is very joyous too! Very fun!

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Image- American Fish by Beverly Cole

American Fish (23 x 37)

Hooked by Beverly Cole

Hooked by Beverly Cole of Centerville, Ohio. This rug is an absolute joy. Very Carol Endres and very Bev Cole. Bev’s top border is truly a July 4th celebration. Hooray!

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Image- American Fish by Janet Saville Miller

American Fish (23 x 37)

Hooked by Janet Saville Miller

Fun colors in this rug hooked by Janet Saville Miller, of Montgomery, Texas. This definitely does not have to be hooked in red, white and blue. Note the way she outlined her trees so she did not lose them in the background.

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Image- American Fish by Joy Cottrilt

American Fish (23 x 37)

Hooked by Joy Cottrilt

Joy Cottrilt of Monroeville, Pennsylvania, hooked this rug. It is nice to see the different treatments of the same pattern. I love the “blue” in the fish far right, but also love the “striped” fish in Joy’s rug. Her background is a little darker and then the border a little lighter. A great example of “making this YOUR rug.”

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Image- American Fish by Kate Scurlock

American Fish (23 x 37)

Hooked by Kate Scurlock

Hooked by Kate Scurlock, Cookeville, Tennessee. One of the most wonderful “WOOL SISTERS.” Of course they are all wonderful! Kate said “no red, white and blue, but plenty of fun.” So this is truly a very fun rug.

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Image- American Fish by Marsha Moyer-Payne

American Fish (23 x 37)

Hooked by Marsha Moyer-Payne

Hooked by Marsha Moyer-Payne of Medford, New Jersey. I love this background – the fish seems to be calmly swimming along and enjoying the trees. Marsha kept her bottom border quiet and so the top border is very playful without overpowering the rug.

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Image- American Fish by Nancy Gorman

American Fish (23 x 37)

Hooked by Nancy Gorman

Nancy Gorman of Pottstown, Pennsylvania, hooked this American Fish. A green fish! Hooray! I also love the way Nancy hooked her top border – FUN!

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Image- American Fish by Shannon Erickson

American Fish (23 x 37)

Hooked by Shannon Erickson

A fun celebration of the “red, white & blue”. The fish is great, I love the colour play in the border. Note Shannon’s background, her movement is so lively and adds sparkle to her rug.

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Image- American Fish by Sharron Nelson

American Fish (23 x 37)

Hooked by Sharron Nelson

Hooked by Sharron Nelson of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. She started on this during a Woolley Fox Mini Workshop, and what a neat rug this is!

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Image - Angels Tread Here (14 x 23) by Sharron Nelson

Angels Tread Here (14 x 23)

Hooked by Sharron Nelson

Hooked by Sharron Nelson of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. This rug just hooks up old and neat. A simple design that is adaptable to any color. Sharron used a slightly lighter color in her border than her background. A reverse of the one above.

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Image- Angels Tread Here by Caron Mazur

Angels Tread Here (14 x 23)

Hooked by Caron Mazur

Hooked by Caron Mazur. Caron is one of Barb’s students. I love the simplicity of this rug. Hook the angel in putty colors for a very old look. Caron used a slightly darker color in her border than the background. This keeps the look of the rug “open” rather than closing it in.

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Image- Angels Tread Here by Mary Lou Mattice

Angels Tread Here (14 x 23)

Hooked by Mary Lou Mattice

Truly is a delightful rug. Just the right size to sort of fit anywhere. Mary Lou Mattice of Oneonta, New York, hooked the third rug above with me in Kinderhook, New York, at Jayne Hester’s workshop. The hair is just great and I love the background color.

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Image- Ark by Mary Ann Gearinger

Ark (18 x 21, 25 x 30)

Hooked by Mary Ann Gearinger

Hooked by Mary Ann Gearinger. I absolutely love to see the different ways people hook the rugs. Both of these good and both very different.

Image- Ark by Dotty Raleigh

Ark (18 x 21, 25 x 30)

Hooked by Dotty Raleigh

Dotty Raleigh of Frederick, Maryland, did a wonderful job with this ark. It looks so weathered and old. Her rainbow and sun are fun.

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