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Image - Welcome Ewe (28 x 20) by Carol Endres

Welcome Ewe (28 x 20)

Hooked by Leslie Wilks

A fun and simple rug. Stars and sheep just about says it all. Hooked by Leslie Wilks of Franklin, Pennsylvania.

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Image - Welcome Ewe (28 x 20) by Chris Ritchey

Welcome Ewe (28 x 20)

Hooked by Chris Ritchey

Hooked by Chris Ritchey of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, in a class with Heather Ritichie from Reeth, England. Note the fun use of the proddy with this rug. Whimsical and wonderful.

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Image - Where's Jonah (21 x 35) by Carol Endres

Where’s Jonah (21 x 35)

Hooked by Mary Ann Gearinger

Mary Ann Gearinger of Frederick, Maryland, hooked this Where’s Jonah?. Mary Ann’s whale is so great with her background. The splashes of red around the rug are neat.

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Image - Where's Jonah (21 x 35) by Nancy Tiernan

Where’s Jonah (21 x 35)

Hooked by Nancy Tierman

Hooked by Nancy Tierman. I love the way the lights for the oar, waves, net and whale are all balanced around the rug.

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Image - Where's Jonah (21 x 35) by Rita Ozment

Where’s Jonah (21 x 35)

Hooked by Rita Ozment

Hooked by Rita Ozment. Is that red whale the BEST? Big time fun.

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Image - Winter Sampler (30 x 70) by Carol Endres

Winter Sampler (30 x 70)

Hooked by Gail Tuller

Gail Tuller of Novi, Michigan, hooked this Winter Sampler. Her rug is VERY fun. Winter, wonderful, and whimsical. Really brings out the joy of the snow. Thanks Gail.

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Image- Winter Wonderland by Tiffany Nowicki

Winter Wonderland (23 x 58)

Hooked by Tiffany Nowicki

Hooked by Tiffany Nowicki. A wonderful rug. Tiffany’s snow and sky colors are just super together, more like a background. The glow on the candles gives you a feeling of a winter night. The red door on the cabin is fun.

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Image- Winter Wonderland by Cathie Gordon

Winter Wonderland (23 x 58)

Hooked by Cathie Gordon

Hooked by Cathie Gordon of Chagrin Falls, Ohio. Truly one of my very favorite winter rugs. Everything we all think about. Cathie’s playful use of color for the people and animals is wonderful. Very cozy log cabin. WOW!

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Image- Winter Wonderland by Jennifer Figgins

Winter Wonderland (23 x 58)

Hooked by Jennifer Figgins

Hooked by Jennifer Figgins of Sandy, Utah. Just a wonderful winter rug. So much fun and very special. Jennifer was losing the trees so she hooked a darker area behind them to bring them forward. Her use of color in the entire rug is just super. The border was designed by Jule Marie Smith and me and is not available. Note the way Jennifer hooked the cat with different orange wools. An orange striped kitty for sure.

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Image- Winter Wonderland by Marty Petkosh

 Winter Wonderland (23 x 58)

Hooked by Marty Petkosh

Hooked by Marty Petkosh of Mount Gretna, Pennsylvania. A truly fun rug. Note the neat wool used on the trees. Very snowy and icy! This rug was taught by both Cynthia Norwood and myself. It was fun for all three of us.

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Image - Wool Barn (36 x 43) by Betty Bennett

Wool Barn (36 x 43)

Hooked by Betty Bennett

Hooked by Betty Bennett of Ligonier, Pennsylvania. Betty’s stone wall contains some wool from her husband’s britches. Fun to use “special memories” in a rug.

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Image - Wool Barn (36 x 43) by Deloris Brown

Wool Barn (36 x 43)

Hooked by Doloris Brown

Hooked by Doloris Brown of York, Pennsylvania. Her stars are just wonderful. Doloris used some great soft plaids for them. They sort of blend in with the background, but are soft and visible. The small flag on the barn is neat too!

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Image - Wool Barn (36 x 43) by Jean Johnson

Wool Barn (36 x 43)

Hooked by Jean Johnson

Hooked by Jean Johnson of Grand Blanc, Michigan. Her sky is very, very nice. And don’t you love the sheep?

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Image - Wool Barn (36 x 43) by Linda Traen

Wool Barn (36 x 43)

Hooked by Linda Traen

Hooked by Linda Traen of Lincoln, Nebraska. Linda is a student of Soni Cassell’s in Lincoln. I think that the different color stars in the big flag are super fun. Linda added the dogs and I love the way she used the lighter greens to highlight the animals in the meadow. I also like the line just at the top of the stone wall. Thanks to both Soni and Linda.

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Image - Wool Barn (36 x 43) by Lynda Stout

Wool Barn (36 x 43)

Hooked by Lynda Stout

Lynda Stout of Lees Summit, Missouri hooked this Wool Barn. So different from Penny’s but also wonderful. Again I think that it is fun to see the way rug makers hook their own hearts and minds in the rugs.

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Image - Wool Barn (36 x 43) by Mercedes Hnizdo

Wool Barn (36 x 43)

Hooked by Mercedes Hnizdo

Mercedes Hnizdo of Hope, New Jersey hooked this with me at the Kinderhook Rug Camp in January 2003. She did a super job. I absolutely love her stone wall. The odd sheep is nifty.

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Image - Wool Barn (36 x 43) by Penny Gessner

Wool Barn (36 x 43)

Hooked by Penny Gessner

Penny Gessner of Ligonier, Pennsylvania hooked this rug. A wonderful rendition of this pattern. If you look closely at the stone wall, you may see that Penny used some “weird” greens in the stones. Sure does look like moss. The hint of red used in the line between the background and the border helps carry the flag red around the rug. The border was hooked using the same wools as the barn. Looks very weathered and old.

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Image - Woolley Wool Keeper (28 x 25) by Carol Endres

Woolley Wool Keeper (28 x 25)

Hooked by Alice Fraizer

Alice Fraizer of Lexington, Ohio, hooked this Woolley Wool Keeper. Lots of fun colors and spark in this rug. Makes you smile every time.

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Image - Woolley Wool Keeper (28 x 25) by Cyndy Zee

Woolley Wool Keeper (28 x 25)

Hooked by Cyndy Zee

Cyndy Zee of Mansfield, Ohio hooked this rug. Simple and unique, a great look for a neutral rug.

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Image - Woolley Wool Keeper (28 x 25) by Janice Lee

Woolley Wool Keeper (28 x 25)

Hooked by Janice Lee

Janice Lee of Valley, Nebraska hooked this Woolley Wool Keeper. I love this background!! Fun, fun, fun. Janice’s border is neat also. Love this soft rug.

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Image - Woolley Wool Keeper (28 x 25) by Louise Schram

Woolley Wool Keeper (28 x 25)

Hooked by Louise Schram

A great rug for your wool room or for any room! The rug on the left was hooked by Louise Schram of White House, Ohio and the rug will indeed hang on the door for her wool room. Note the paisley in the border – just the right spark.

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Image - Woolley Wool Keeper (28 x 25) by Sally Wall

Woolley Wool Keeper (28 x 25)

Hooked by Sally Wall

Sally Wall of Fairfax Station, Virginia hooked this Woolley Wool Keeper. Sally’s hit ‘n’ miss nose is wonderful. This is Sally’s first rug. Very fun and whimsical.

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Image - Woolley Wool Keeper (28 x 25) by Teresa Mckinney

Woolley Wool Keeper (28 x 25)

Hooked by Teresa McKinney

This Woolley Wool Keeper was hooked by Teresa McKinney of Topeka, Kansas. I absolutely love the background on this rug. Lots of fun movement. I also really like Teresa’s idea to put the word “wool” above the sheep. Thanks, Teresa.

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