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EDYTH O’NEILL GALLERY (F)

 

 

Image- Felicia's Lamb by Amy Burks

Felicia’s Lamb (13 x 15)

Hooked by Amy Burks

Amy Burks of Delmont, Pennsylvania, hooked this Felicia’s Lamb. This is Amy’s first rug and she has no problem with color. Note the wonderful plaid Lamb. Just great on this red background.

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Image- Felicia's Lamb by Julie Thornton

Felicia’s Lamb (13 x 15)

Hooked by Julie Thornton

Hooked by Julie Thornton, Shelby, Ohio. I love the border that Julie added to this rug. Sort of “fences in” Felicia.

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Image- Flame #1 by Betty Bennett

Flame #1 (16 x 20)

Hooked by Betty Bennett

Hooked by Betty Bennett, Ligonier, Pennsylvania. The graphic colors of this small rug are wonderful. Betty had it made into a pillow. Great to curl up with and hook something else!

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Image- Flame #2 by Betty Bennett

Flame #2 (16 x 20)

Hooked by Betty Bennett

Hooked by Betty Bennett, Ligonier, Pennsylvania. Again this one is made into a pillow also. Very wonderful strong color story. Note the use of the golds, purples and reds.

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Image- Fresh Eggs by Amy Burke

Fresh Eggs (25 x 28)

Hooked by Amy Burke

This is a very playful rug. Love the colors, background and the wool for Fresh Eggs. Big time fun!

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Image- Fruit Theorem by Dixie Coyle

Fruit Theorem (30 x 51)

Hooked by Dixie Coyle 

Hooked by Dixie Coyle of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Dixie worked with Edyth on this rug. The two of them certainly created an awesome rug. The feeling of the actual theorem is wonderful. Dixie’s basket is soft and old and plays with the greens in the leaves. Love the old dark background.

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Image- Fruit Theorem by Cindy Trick

Fruit Theorem (30 x 51)

Hooked by Cindy Trick

Hooked by Cindy Trick, of Beaver Creek, Ohio. This is one of my favorite fruit baskets. Cindy hooked the background with great movement. I love her grapes.

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Image- Fruit Theorem by Karen Buckheit

Fruit Theorem (30 x 51)

Hooked by Karen Buckheit

Karen Buckheit of Louisville, Kentucky, hooked this Fruit Theorem, 30 x 51. This is Karen’s first rug! And absolutely wonderful it is. Great rug, however the border is just great also. Love the way she used all of the wools in the center. Very neat.

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Image- Fruit Theorem by Weslee Hursh

Fruit Theorem (30 x 51)

Hooked by Weslee Hursh

Hooked by Weslee Hursh of Brownsville, Pennsylvania. Weslee’s background plays a big part in this wonderful rug. The movement and the subtle tones of color are awesome. Her basket and fruit are the stars with the leaves framing them.

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