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EDYTH O’NEILL GALLERY (I)

 

 

Image- Ipswich by Barbara Hoffman

Ipswich (28 x 35)

Hooked by Barbara Hoffman

Hooked by Barbara Hoffman of Springboro, Ohio. Deep, rich and wonderful. The leaves are soft and old which add to the softness of the teals. Very neat.

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Image- Ipswich by Bobbie True

Ipswich (28 x 35)

Hooked by Bobbie True

Hooked by Bobbie True of Arrow Rock, Missouri. Jule Marie Smith and I were fortunate to be able to help with the color play in this rug. We had a great time and Bobbie’s rug is super. Love to Bobbie.

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Image- Ipswich by Crystal Brown

Ipswich (28 x 35)

Hooked by Crystal Brown

Hooked by Crystal Brown of Washington, Pennsylvania. This rug is absolutely wonderful. Thank you to Crystal for allowing me to be part of this rug. Crystal’s thought was, “why can’t red be a neutral?” And so the thought pattern and the rug were born. Just GREAT.

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Image- Ipswich by Diane Denmead

Ipswich (28 x 35)

Hooked by Diane Denmead

Hooked by my wonderful friend Diane Denmead, Gibsonia, Pennsylvania. This is one of Edyth’s Hadley designs and just a great rug. I love Diane’s colors and Edyth’s design.

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Image- Ipswich by Edyth O'Neill

Ipswich (28 x 35)

Hooked by Edyth O’Neill

The original Ipswich hooked by Edyth O’Neill. Edyth’s color palette is rich, old and wonderful. Her flair for color is a wonderful lesson for all of us. Love to Edyth.

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Image- Ipswich by Evelyn Lawrence

Ipswich (28 x 35)

Hooked by Evelyn Lawrence

Hooked by Evelyn Lawrence of Hallstead, Pennsylvania. Her “pewter pot” is one of the best I have seen. Note the center flower and the wonderful play of color there. Thanks so much Evelyn.

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Image- Ipswich by Jamie Ledford

Ipswich (28 x 35)

Hooked by Jamie Ledford

Hooked by Jamie Ledford of Lewisburg, Tennessee. Note the way Jamie played with the greens and purples in her leaves. The blue pot holds the center flower perfectly.

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Image- Ipswich by Joanne Gerwig

Ipswich (28 x 35)

Hooked by Joanne Gerwig

I love the background on this rug. VERY old and soft, really ages the rug instantly. Notice the outlines off the middle posies and then the wonderful outline in leaves – and gives this rug a very old and unschooled look. Perfect.

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Image- Ipswich by Julie Thornton

Ipswich (28 x 35)

Hooked by Julie Thornton

Hooked by Julie Thornton, Shelby, Ohio. A soft old rug. Her medium background helps to create this look. Hard to work with, but definitely worth the effort.

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Image- Ipswich by Judy Kelius

Ipswich (28 x 35)

Hooked by Judy Kelius

Judy Kelius of Denver, Pennsylvania, hooked this rug. The way the colors glow on the light background make this rug very playful and fancy. Love the play of the reds and the greens.

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Image- Ipswich by Linda Malarney

Ipswich (28 x 35)

Hooked by Linda Malarney

Hooked by Linda Malarney of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania and featured in Celebrations XIX. Linda’s background absolutely makes this rug. The softness of the center flower helps to age and add interest to the rug.

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Image- Ipswich by Mary Hulleberg

Ipswich (28 x 35)

Hooked by Mary Hulleberg

Hooked by Mary Hulleberg of Lutherville, Maryland. A bright, cheerful rendition of Edyth’s wonderful pattern. Love the way she sprinkled the reds around the rug!

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Image- Ipswich by Mary Margaret Cairns

Ipswich (28 x 35)

Hooked by Mary Margaret Cairns

Hooked by Mary Margaret Cairns of Dellroy, Ohio. WOW! Love the teal and the rusts. “She truly is a grand old rug”! The soft flowers on the sides add to the softness of the rug.

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Image- Ipswich by Pat Klavuhn

Ipswich (28 x 35)

Hooked by Pat Klavuhn

Pat Klavuhn of Bedford, Pennsylvania, hooked this Ipswich. The softness of the leaves makes this area very special. Love her tulip flower also.

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Image- Ipswich by Patricia Anders

Ipswich (28 x 35)

Hooked by Patricia Anders

Pat Anders of Scenery Hill, Pennsylvania, hooked this Ipswich. Very simple and elegant. Pat’s leaves just make the whole rug “glow.” Very neat.

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Image- Ipswich by Paula Fenter

Ipswich (28 x 35)

Hooked by Paula Fenter

Paula Fenter of Tyler, Texas, hooked this rug. This is one of the most beautiful Ipswich rugs I have seen. Very elegant and with a perfect balance of colors. This is Paula’s fifth rug! Hooray!

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Image- Ipswich by Paula Shultz

Ipswich (28 x 35)

Hooked by Paula Shultz

Hooked by Paula Shultz of Albion, Indiana

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Image- Ipswich by Penny Gessner

Ipswich (28 x 35)

Hooked by Penny Gessner

Hooked by Penny Gessner of Ligonier, Pennsylvania. Hooked on a medium background. Very difficult to do. Her pot and flowers are strong and hold well with the background.

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Image- Ipswich by Rita Ozment

Ipswich (28 x 35)

Hooked by Rita Ozment

Rita Ozment of Coatesville, Indiana, hooked this rug. The red pot against this wonderful background is super. As always the softness of the leaves just makes this rug. Love the center “tulip” also.

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Image- Ipswich by Sue McCann

Ipswich (28 x 35)

Hooked by Sue McCann

Sue McCann of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, hooked this Ipswich. Sue’s purple tulip flower is powerful. The glow around it cause it to sort of “lift up.” Very wonderful. Her leaves are quiet and nice and perfect on her background.

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Image- Ipswich by Teena Mills

Ipswich (28 x 35)

Hooked by Teena Mills

Teena Mills of Bedford, Texas, hooked this Ipswich. There is just not a wrong way to hook this wonderful design. Teena’s leaves, are quiet and lovely. The use of the gold in the tip is neat, neat, neat.

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