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Image- Ohio Coverlet by Crystal Brown

Ohio Coverlet (28 x 42)

Hooked by Crystal Brown

Hooked by Crystal Brown, Washington, Pennsylvania. I think the way that Crystal hooked this to look like an actual coverlet is big fun. Notice her graduation of the different colors in the birds.

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Image- Ohio Coverlet by Becky Calderwood

Ohio Coverlet (28 x 42)

Hooked by Becky Calderwood

Hooked by Becky Calderwood of Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania. Her soft color play of the blues is wonderful. She added just a spark of red to “lift” the rug. Very nice.

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Image- Ohio Coverlet by Anonymous

Ohio Coverlet (28 x 42)

Hooked by Anonymous

Hooked with an amazing simple color palette. Absolutely love the background. Very old and wonderful. I must apologize, I do not know who hooked this rug. Please let us know!

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Image- Ohio Coverlet by Beth Ann Smiley

Ohio Coverlet (28 x 42)

Hooked by Beth Ann Smiley

Hooked by Beth Anne Smiley of Davenport, Iowa. I like the way she created “echoes” in the background.

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Image- Ohio Coverlet by Charlotte Easley

Ohio Coverlet (28 x 42)

Hooked by Charlotte Easley

Hooked by Charlotte Easley of Versailles, Kentucky. This was a wedding rug for Charlotte’s daughter and new son-in-law. They took communion on the rug. Very neat! Plus Charlotte did a great job on this rug. I love her birds, background and flowers. Thanks so much, Charlotte.

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Image- Ohio Coverlet by Deb Regan

Ohio Coverlet (28 x 42)

Hooked by Deb Regan

Deb Regan of McMurray, Pennsylvania, hooked this Ohio Coverlet. Deb’s use of the reds makes this a cheery and welcoming rug. The gold sparks are fun and playful.

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Image- Ohio Coverlet by Edyth O'Neill

Ohio Coverlet (28 x 42)

Hooked by Edyth O’Neill

Hooked by Edyth O’Neill, a wonderful, quiet color story, but with spirit. I love Edyth and this rug.

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Image- Ohio Coverlet by Gloria Ault

Ohio Coverlet (28 x 42)

Hooked by Gloria Ault

Gloria Ault of Shelby, Ohio, followed the color story of the traditional coverlets. The simplicity of the reds, off-tans, and blues is super. Notice that the berries in her border are mostly blue with just a few red ones. This breaks up the border and adds more interest to the rug.

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Image- Ohio Coverlet by Julie Thornton

Ohio Coverlet (28 x 42)

Hooked by Julie Thornton

Hooked by Julie Thornton. A great two-color rug. Julie followed the coverlet color story in the same manner as Crystal did. Fun to study the old coverlets and translate the rug wools to them.

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Image- Ohio Coverlet by Lori Rippey

Ohio Coverlet (28 x 42)

Hooked by Lori Rippey

Lori Rippey of Iron River, Michigan hooked this Ohio Coverlet. Again, a great balance of color and a super rug. Thanks, Lori.

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Image- Ohio Coverlet by Louise Schram

Ohio Coverlet (28 x 42)

Hooked by Louise Schram

Louise Schram of Whitehouse, Ohio hooked this Ohio Coverlet. The use of the different reds in the birds keep them deep and rich. Repeating the red’s in the border makes the birds and the border part of the same rug. Sort of the “whole story.”

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Image- Ohio Coverlet by Lucille Festa

Ohio Coverlet (28 x 42)

Hooked by Lucille Festa

Lucille Festa of Pawlet, Vermont hooked this Ohio Coverlet. I love the wings on the birds and the border. Lucille hooked this during her first Kinderhook Winter Camp experience. We all had a super time.

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Image- Ohio Coverlet by Marilyn Lowder

Ohio Coverlet (28 x 42)

Hooked by Marilyn Lowder

Marilyn Lowder of Winston-Salem, North Carolina hooked this delightful Ohio Coverlet. The way she balanced her blues is very good and the gold ground that the birds are on adds to the color story perfectly.

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Image- Ohio Coverlet by Myrl Upchurch

Ohio Coverlet (28 x 42)

Hooked by Myrl Upchurch

Hooked by Myrl Upchurch of Marion, Illinois.

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Image- Ohio Coverlet by Pat Donoho

Ohio Coverlet (28 x 42)

Hooked by Pat Donoho

Hooked by Pat Donoho of Upperco, Maryland. The simplicity of Pat’s color story is wonderful. Her border repeats the wools and adds to the softness of the rug. Pat won a ribbon at her fair for this rug. Congratulations to Pat!

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Image- Ohio Coverlet by Sally Schill

Ohio Coverlet (28 x 42)

Hooked by Sally Schill

Sally Schill of Columbus, Ohio, hooked this Ohio Coverlet. Super color story and I love the difference in the birds, yet they are the same color story. Adds great interest to the rug. Thanks, Sally.

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Image- Ohio Coverlet by Susan Mcdowell

Ohio Coverlet (28 x 42)

Hooked by Susan McDowell

Susan McDowell of Fairfield, Virginia hooked this Ohio Coverlet. Susan’s ability to hook soft rugs is just amazing. The sort of “draw you right into the rug.” Note the wonderful movement in her background.

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Image- Old Chalk Deer by Jenny Rupp

Old Chalk Deer (29 x 36)

Hooked by Jenny Rupp

Hooked by Jenny Rupp of West Chester, Ohio. Jenny’s scrolls halo the deer and her border then halos the scrolls. A great rug – and be sure to look close to see how this all works together.

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Image- Old Chalk Deer by Beverly Cole

Old Chalk Deer (29 x 36)

Hooked by Beverly Cole

Bev Cole of Centerville, Ohio hooked this rug. Love Bev’s background. Her mix of different wools gives this rug amazing movement. Note the spots on the deer are not all the same wool. Her border is just one wool. A great stripe.

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Image- Old Chalk Deer by Dianne Klamik

Old Chalk Deer (29 x 36)

Hooked by Dianne Klamik

Hooked by Dianne Klamik of South Lyon, Michigan. Notice the spots on the deer. Not all the same – and yet all the same softness. Fun to do! The red scrolls cause a wonderful glow around the deer.

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Image- Old Chalk Deer by Edyth O'Neill

Old Chalk Deer (29 x 36)

Hooked by Edyth O’Neill

Designed and hooked by Edyth O’Neill. The warmth of this rug is very inviting. Draws you right in.

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Image- Old Chalk Deer by Judy Wissler

Old Chalk Deer (29 x 36)

Hooked by Judy Wissler

Judy Wissler of Connellsville, Pennsylvania hooked this Old Chalk Deer. The scrolls are hooked perfectly to simulate the way the old rugs were hooked. The fun border makes the rug dance and finishes it off with flair!

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Image- Old Chalk Deer by Kelly Wilson

Old Chalk Deer (29 x 36)

Hooked by Kelly Wilson

Hooked by Kelly Wilson of Aurora, Illinois at the Woolley Fox. Her scrolls are old and wonderful, a very soft way to frame the deer.

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Image- Old Chalk Deer by Louise Tietjen

Old Chalk Deer (29 x 36)

Hooked by Louise Tietjen

Soft, old and wonderful. The simplicity of Louise’s rug tugs at your heart. The play of her lights is wonderful.

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Image- Old Chalk Deer by Mary Ruelle

Old Chalk Deer (29 x 36)

Hooked by Mary Ruelle

Hooked by Mary Ruelle, Fredericksburg, Texas. Great rug – I love the simplicity of the way she hooked this. Very peaceful feel about it.

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Image- Old Chalk Deer by Sue McClure

Old Chalk Deer (29 x 36)

Hooked by Sue McClure

Sue McClure of Spring Hill, Tennessee hooked this Old Chalk Deer. The scrolls and the horns are just about my favorite because of the wools. The color story is rich and wonderful.

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Image- Old Friends by Dianne Klamik

Old Friends (9 x 14)

Hooked by Dianne Klamik

Hooked by Dianne Klamik of South Lyon, Michigan. Her blue windows and the “speckle” wool between her background and border is super. Thanks Dianne.

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Image- Old Friends by Bonnie Waltz

Old Friends (9 x 14)

Hooked by Bonnie Waltz

Hooked by Bonnie Waltz of West Chester, Pennsylvania. Just a darling stool cover. Very cozy with the red house. The mellow hue of the stool plays off of the mellowness of the mat.

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Image- Old Friends by Carol Rahall

Old Friends (9 x 14)

Hooked by Carol Rahall

Hooked by Carol Rahall of Mansfield, Ohio. Carol’s use of a medium background ages this rug. Very hard to work with, but absolutely neat.

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Image- Old Friends by Carolyn Falcon

Old Friends (9 x 14)

Hooked by Carolyn Falcon

Carolyn Falcon of Greensburg, Pennsylvania hooked this Old Friends above. Carolyn used lots of her leftover wools to do this rug. A great little “scrap” rug.

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Image- Old Friends by Edyth O'Neill

Old Friends (9 x 14)

Hooked by Edyth O’Neill

Hooked by Edyth O’Neill. Her delightful warm rust house just makes you want to go right in for a cup of tea!

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Image- Old Friends by Susan Harper

Old Friends (9 x 14)

Hooked by Susan Harper

Susan Harper of Bedford, Texas hooked this wonderful rug. This was her first project after her beginner “stars and lines.” Susan’s bright blue sky sets off her house and tree very well. The deep border helps to contain the blue and makes this a very happy treasure.

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Image- Oliver Cromwell by Becky Headly

Oliver Cromwell (30 x 42, 37 x 49)

Hooked by Becky Headly

Becky Headly hooked this Oliver Cromwell. Soft and beautiful. The spark of the reds in the border is very neat. Love the sails also.

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Image- Oliver Cromwell by Beth Anne Smiley

Oliver Cromwell (30 x 42, 37 x 49)

Hooked by Beth Anne Smiley

Beth Anne Smiley of Davenport, Iowa, hooked this Oliver Cromwell, 30 x 42. The greens in Beth Anne’s border make the rug soft, soft, soft. Just great.

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Image- Oliver Cromwell by Bev Cole

Oliver Cromwell (30 x 42, 37 x 49)

Hooked by Bev Cole

Bev Cole of Centerville, Ohio, hooked this rug. Bev’s red ship and checked masts, add such a sense of warmth and fun to this rug. Her scrolls are just perfect and flow around the water and sky like gentle waves of paisley.

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Image- Oliver Cromwell by Chris Lardner

Oliver Cromwell (30 x 42, 37 x 49)

Hooked by Chris Lardner

I love the shadows in her sails – very neat. The paisley/waves are just perfect – the colors roll around the rug and keep the motion of what is going on perfect.

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Image- Oliver Cromwell by Crystal Brown

Oliver Cromwell (30 x 42, 37 x 49)

Hooked by Crystal Brown

Hooked by Crystal Brown, Washington, Pennsylvania. Crystal is a big fan of Edyth’s. The “water shadow” under the ship and along the water line is neat. Her paisley waves are lots of fun.

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Image- Oliver Cromwell by Diane Klamik

Oliver Cromwell (30 x 42, 37 x 49)

Hooked by Diane Klamik

Diane Klamik of South Lyon, Michigan, hooked this Oliver Cromwell 37 x 49 above. The “whiteness” of the waves provides a sparkle in the border. Sort of like the waves themselves. Very neat.

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Image- Oliver Cromwell by Daine Tutt

Oliver Cromwell (30 x 42, 37 x 49)

Hooked by Daine Tutt

Hooked by Diane Tutt. This was in the Star of Texas rug show. Just a super border and sky. Thanks to Edyth and Diane.

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Image- Oliver Cromwell by Edyth O'Neill

Oliver Cromwell (30 x 42, 37 x 49)

Hooked by Edyth O’Neill

About Oliver Cromwell from Edyth: A few years ago, my husband and I purchased a dismantled Connecticut farmhouse. While restoring the house, we have also tried to reconstruct the story of the people who first lived in it. In 1768, Thomas Rice moved his young wife, Thankful, into a sturdy little post and beam house in Willington, Connecticut. Thomas carved his initials behind a board above the large cooking fireplace. During the American Revolution, Thomas served aboard the ship “Oliver Cromwell,” built in Essex, Connecticut. The rug, picturing his ship, now hangs on a wall of the old kitchen, near the spot Thomas proudly carved his initials. The sea wave border is drawn as paisley shapes, and the whale is just paisley with a tail.

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Image- Oliver Cromwell by John Walker