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EDYTH O’NEILL GALLERY (C)

 

 

 

Image- Candle Mat by Keith Kemmer

Candle Mat (9 x 17)

Hooked by Keith Kemmer

As Keith would say “sweet” – and this rug is definitely sweet. Simple color play and easy to use any where.

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Image- Candle Mat by Dianne Klamik

Candle Mat (9 x 17)

Hooked by Dianne Klamik

Hooked by Dianne Klamik of South Lyon, Michigan. A wonderful “patriotic” mat. Old and neat.

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Image- Candle Mat by Donna Jackman

Candle Mat (9 x 17)

Hooked by Donna Jackman

Donna Jackman of Scarborough, Maine, hooked this Candle Mat. I just love the candle on the Candle Mat! Very cozy.

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Image- Candle Mat by Julie Thornton

Candle Mat (9 x 17)

Hooked by Julie Thornton

Hooked by Julie Thornton, Shelby, Ohio, has a wonderful contrast of the rusts and the blues. A great soft look.

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Image- Candle Mat by Keith Ewing

Candle Mat (9 x 17)

Hooked by Keith Ewing

Hooked by Keith Ewing. Just a GREAT small rug, and super small project. The simplicity of Keith’s colors is neat.

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Image- Candle Mat by Mary Ann Gearinger

Candle Mat (9 x 17)

Hooked by Mary Ann Gearinger

Hooked by Mary Ann Gearinger of Frederick, Maryland. Love the way the border plays off of her heart shaped motif. Very neat small treasure.

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image- Candle Mat by Nora Sternecker

Candle Mat (9 x 17)

Hooked by Nora Sternecker

Hooked by Nora Sternecker of Lodi, Ohio. Nora’s color play is super. The red and the green complement each other – quiets down the red, but the rug is still playful and fun.

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Image- Candle Mat by Teena Mills

Candle Mat (9 x 17)

Hooked by Teena Mills

Teena Mills of Bedford, Texas, hooked this Candle Mat. The softness of this rug is super. Quiet and inviting. Again – it is the use of the complements of the greenish wools and the red wool.

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Image- Candle Mat by Weslee Hursh

Candle Mat (9 x 17)

Hooked by Weslee Hursh

Hooked by Weslee Hursh, who chose a simple and neat two-color play. Just a nifty little mat. Weslee’s background is just sparky and fun. Love the hearts also.

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Image- Cape Ann by Rebecca Calderwood

Cape Ann (29 x 53, 53 x 97)

Hooked by Rebecca Calderwood

Rebecca Calderwood of Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania, hooked this Cape Ann. Becky’s deep and rich background just set off all of her wonderful colors. The way she hooked the tulips is super. I love this new pattern of Edyth’s.

 

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Image- Cape Ann by Barbara Estridge

Cape Ann (29 x 53, 53 x 97)

Hooked by Barbara Estridge

Hooked by Barbara Estridge of Auburn, AL. Absolutely a beautiful rug. The “tips” on the tulips highlight the flowers just perfectly. Love the surprise of the teal and purple leaves under the round posies in the middle.

 

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Image- Cape Ann by Becky Chenault

Cape Ann (29 x 53, 53 x 97)

Hooked by Becky Chenault

Hooked by Becky Chenault. Becky’s light airy background lets her colorful flowers and leaves play around the rug. A very happy and wonderful rug.

 

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Image- Cape Ann by Bernie Findlan

Cape Ann (29 x 53, 53 x 97)

Hooked by Bernie Findlan

Hooked by Bernie Findlan of Franklin, Pennsylvania (one of Barb’s students). This is the 53 x 97 rug and yes it looks spectacular in “real life”! I honestly can not make one change to make it any better. The way the tulips are different on each side and play off of each other, the blue background is perfect against the rust. The middle flower is deep and rich and anchors the rug.  All in all – perfect!

 

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Image- Cape Ann by Bev Stewart

Cape Ann (29 x 53, 53 x 97)

Hooked by Bev Stewart

Bev Stewart of Clayton, Indiana, hooked this Cape Ann. The depth of Bev’s background allows the softness of the motifs flow and brings a wonderful sense of calmness. Her color story is unusual and makes you “study” the rug.

 

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Image- Cape Ann by Carol Weingartner

Cape Ann (29 x 53, 53 x 97)

Hooked by Carol Weingartner

Carol Weingartner hooked this Cape Ann. Carol’s background is from one wool. A great stripe which when hooked in is very playful in the rug. The way she “sprinkled” the rusts around the rug is neat.

 

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Image- Cape Ann by Cindy Hanula

Cape Ann (29 x 53, 53 x 97)

Hooked by Cindy Hanula

Soft and wonderful – the large leaves add a wonderful part of the rug while the end tulips frame the rug and keep it old and glorious.

 

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Image- Cape Ann by Crystal Brown

Cape Ann (29 x 53, 53 x 97)

Hooked by Crystal Brown

A new Edyth O’Neill pattern for 2009, hooked here by Crystal Brown of Washington, Pennsylvania. Crystal’s color story is very exciting. She chose the background and then began working the right wools in the motifs. This super rug took Judge’s Choice at the 2009 Washington County (Pennsylvania) Fair.

 

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Image- Cape Ann by Jan Hammond

Cape Ann (29 x 53, 53 x 97)

Hooked by Jan Hammond

A glorious rug. The light background makes the colors of the flowers sing while the entire rug is very gracious. Jan’s use of color is very playful and yet using different hues of the same colors makes this rug super comfortable.

 

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Image- Cape Ann by Louise Schram

Cape Ann (29 x 53, 53 x 97)

Hooked by Louise Schram

Cape Ann was hooked by Louise Schram of Whitehouse, Ohio. There are so many wonderful color areas in this rug. Notice the highlight of the soft gold on the tips of the tulips, the colorful wools in the leaves and stem, the way the round posies cross diagonally instead of across from one another and the purple “mitten” flowers. Colorful, playful and perfect.

 

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image- Cape Ann by Marguerite Evans

Cape Ann (29 x 53, 53 x 97)

Hooked by Marguerite Evans

Marguerite Evans is hooking this Cape Ann. This is the LARGE one and Marguerite defnitely hooked a magnificant rug. Please note the color play in the tulips. The background is a wonderful black stripe that swirls around and helps your eye to see everything. Fabulous.

 

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Image- Cape Ann by Mary Magnuson

Cape Ann (29 x 53, 53 x 97)

Hooked by Mary Magnuson

Mary Magnuson of Stillwater, Minnesota, hooked this Cape Ann. The softness of Mary’s rug is wonderful. Looks like it had years and years of foot traffic. The sprinkle of the soft reds adds to the richness of this rug.

 

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Image- Cape Ann by Penny Gessner

Cape Ann (29 x 53, 53 x 97)

Hooked by Penny Gessner

Hooked by Penny Gessner of Ligonier, Pennsylvania. There is no wrong color story for this rug. The way that Penny hooked her tulips is just wonderful and the playfulness of her “Posies” provide a wonderful spirit to this rug. Love her background too.

 

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Image- Cape Ann by Sharon Oppegard

Cape Ann (29 x 53, 53 x 97)

Hooked by Sharon Oppegard

Absolutely beautiful. Everything about Sharon’s rug is just right. I love the way the light dances around the pattern keeping all of her colors bright and cheerful. Also notice the large leaves, the play of old greens is super. They stay in the background with personality! Great rug.

 

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Image- Cape Ann by Sue McCann

Cape Ann (29 x 53, 53 x 97)

Hooked by Sue McCann

Hooked by Sue McCann of Johnstown, Pennsylvania. Again this is the LARGE one and the colors are bright, dramatic, and eye catching. Please note the way Sue hooked her tulips – they are the “same”, but different on the opposite ends of the rug.

 

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Image- Chalkware Birds by Paula Fenter

Chalkware Birds (23 x 31)

Hooked by Paula Fenter

Paula Fenter of Tyler, Texas, hooked this Chalkware Birds. Just a striking rug. Love the softness of the birds and the reds and golds in the roping and the area under the birds.

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Image- Chalkware Birds by Joan Skiscim

Chalkware Birds (23 x 31)

Hooked by Joan Skiscim

Joan Skiscim hooked this rug. A fun color story that brings lots of smiles. The light background keeps the playfulness of the colors.

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Image- Chalkware Birds by Judy Wissler

Chalkware Birds (23 x 31)

Hooked by Judy Wissler

Hooked by Judy Wissler of Connellsville, Pennsylvania. A wonderful rug – Judy’s background is perfect for the red base under the birds. The lightness of the birds is calming and peaceful. Her “rope” area around the border was fun – just using lots of her left over wools.

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Image- Christmas Garden by Mary Cotter

Christmas Garden (36″ half-round)

Hooked by Mary Cotter

Hooked by Mary Cotter, Leechburg, Pennsylvania. Is this Christmas or what? A very festive rug with the red deer, and the wonderful colors in the border. Note the neat dividing line between the background and the border wool in the half round part of the rug. It is very sutle and soft. The transition between the backgound and border is perfect.

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Image- Christmas Garden by Sharron Nelson

Christmas Garden (36″ half-round)

Hooked by Sharron Nelson

Sharron Nelson of Lancaster, Pennsylvania hooked this Christmas Garden. Sharron’s deep red background sets the deer off beautifully. Love that they are different – and the teal pot too!

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Image- Cricket Ship by Rebecca Calderwood

Cricket Ship (7 x 11)

Hooked by Rebecca Calderwood 

Rebecca Calderwood of Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania, hooked the second Cricket Ship. This is so soft and old. Becky’s sky sets off her sails and they look as though they are “billowing.”

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Image- Cricket Ship by Ashely Rush

Cricket Ship (7 x 11)

Hooked by Ashely Rush

This rug was kept simple and good. The red boat is clear and the holds up the water well.

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Image- Cricket Ship by Edyth O'Neill

 Cricket Ship (7 x 11)

Hooked by Edyth O’Neill

Hooked by Edyth O’Neill. Don’t you love Edyth’s sky?

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Image- Cricket Whale by Keith Kemmer

Cricket Whale (7 x 11) 

Hooked by Keith Kemmer

A charming small mat, love the sparkle around the wool and the wonderful teal scallop.

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Image- Cricket Whale by Weslee Hursh

Cricket Whale (7 x 11)

Hooked by Weslee Hursh

Hooked by Weslee Hursh of Brownsville, Pennsylvania. A small treasure of a project. Love her purple whale!

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