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KEEPING THE PAST ALIVE GALLERY  (1-9)

 

Image- 1830 Farm Animals by Susan Combs

1830 Farm Animals (32 x 59)

Hooked by Susan Combs

Hooked by Susan Combs, this is a fun and wonderful soft rug. Her cat is absolutely wonderful. The speckled wool in the stripe is big fun.

 

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Image- 1830 Farm Animals by Chris Richey

1830 Farm Animals (32 x 59)

Hooked by Chris Richey

Hooked by Chris Richey of Johnstown, Pennsylvania. Chris hooked her own dog in this rug – her trees are just super! As is the dog. Big fun. Chris hooked this in Cindy Gay’s class here at Laurel Mountain Rug School.

 

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Image- 1830 Farm Animals by Thirza Youker

1830 Farm Animals (32 x 59)

Hooked by Thirza Youker

Hooked by Thirza Youker of Fort Wayne, Indiana. This pattern is from an 1830 Needlework. Translates to rug hooking so well. Thirza’s bird and cat I think are my favorite, but the chicken is nifty too. Just a great rug, and the leaves on the trees are super.

 

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Image- 1845 Farmyard by Janice Johnson

1845 Farmyard (25 x 40)

Hooked by Janice Johnson

Janice Johnson, Independence, Missouri, hooked the this 1845 Farmyard. The use of the rust wools around the dogs makes them special, and then the rust for the chicken brings continuity to the color story.

 

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Image- 1845 Farmyard by Katie Hartner

1845 Farmyard (25 x 40)

Hooked by Katie Hartner

Hooked by Katie Hartner of Big Sandy, Texas. Katie’s horse is very folky and fun. The “dancing” of the reds around the rug is super.

 

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Image- 1845 Farmyard by Karen Kubeczka

1845 Farmyard (25 x 40)

Hooked by Karen Kubeczka

Hooked by Karen Kubeczka. Her chicken is wonderful. Also the way she hooked the flowers in the border makes the rug appear to be very old.

 

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Image- 1845 Farmyard by Leann Clemmer Harrison

1845 Farmyard (25 x 40)

Hooked by Leann Clemmer Harrison

Hooked by Leann Clemmer Harrrison of Devol, Oklahoma.

 

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Image- 1845 Farmyard by Amy Burke

1845 Farmyard (25 x 40)

Hooked by Amy Burke

Hooked by Amy Burke of Delmont, Pennsylvania. A dancing horse having a great time playing with the chicken and the dogs. Love the patchy background and the mustard/brown border.

 

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Image- 1845 Farmyard by Beth Stitely

1845 Farmyard (25 x 40)

Hooked by Beth Stitely

Beth Stitely of Boonsboro, Maryland, hooked this 1845 Farmyard. Another fun rug. Note the “pig” on the right of the rug. Very much a smile. Also note Beth’s purple horse. If you should wonder – Purple Beth is what we call her.

 

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Image- 1845 Farmyard by Bryan Hancock

1845 Farmyard (25 x 40)

Hooked by Bryan Hancock

Bryan Hancock, Rocky Mount, North Carolina, hooked this rug. Her horse and chicken colors are very muted and old. Even though they are in the center of the rug your eye is not drawn to them. Super!

 

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Image- 1845 Farmyard by Cammie Bruce

1845 Farmyard (25 x 40)

Hooked by Cammie Bruce

Cammie Bruce, a wonderful Nebraska lady, hooked this 1845 Farmyard. Her soft border with the color play of the reds from the horse is just neat. Thanks, Cammie.

 

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Image- 1845 Farmyard by Cindi McCullough

1845 Farmyard (25 x 40)

Hooked by Cindi McCullough

Cindi McCullough of Whitehouse, Texas, hooked this 1845 Farmyard. The play of the lights and darks in this rug is super. Very old looking and also balanced well. Doesn’t look planned, yet it flows beautifully.

 

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Image- 1845 Farmyard by Denise Snavely

1845 Farmyard (25 x 40)

Hooked by Denise Snavely

Hooked by Denise Snavely of Zionsville, Indiana. The glow of Denise’s background draw your eyes right in to the center of this rug. The different color dogs are neat as is the rooster.

 

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Image- 1845 Farmyard by Dixie Coyle

1845 Farmyard (25 x 40)

Hooked by Dixie Coyle

A delightful rug hooked by Dixie Coyle of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Dixie used many different background colors which add to the fun of this rug. I love the way she highlighted the comb on the rooster so it would not blend in with the background.

 

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Image- 1845 Farmyard by Evelyn Lawrence

1845 Farmyard (25 x 40)

Hooked by Evelyn Lawrence

Hooked by Evelyn Lawrence of Hallstead, Pennsylvania. Evelyn’s color choices for this rug are super. Evelyn’s rug is third from the left. She used a paisley shawl in the red flowers in the border which gives them a special glow.

 

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Image- 1845 Farmyard by Jackie Budd

1845 Farmyard (25 x 40)

Hooked by Jackie Budd

Jackie Budd of White Bear Lake, Minnesota, hooked this rug in Arrow Rock, Missouri. Absolutely love Jackie’s chicken and the way she “sprinkled” the gold around the border.

 

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Image- 1845 Farmyard by Jill Welsh

1845 Farmyard (25 x 40)

Hooked by Jill Welsh

I truly enjoy seeing the all of the ways this rug is hooked. A true old primitive and a great play with color. This rug was hooked by Jill Welsh, Novelty, Ohio. She had a great time with this and we thank her lots.

 

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Image- 1845 Farmyard by Leann Clemmer Harrison

1845 Farmyard (25 x 40)

Hooked by Leann Clemmer Harrison

Hooked by Leann Clemmer Harrison of Devol, Oklahoma.

 

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Image- 1845 Farmyard by Patty Hoffmeyer

1845 Farmyard (25 x 40)

Hooked by Patty Hoffmeyer

Patty Hoffmeyer of Nebraska hooked this 1845 Farmyard. This is one of my favorite rugs. Animals are big fun to hook and Patty hooked a wonderful horse and great chicken. Love her greens. Soft and wonderful.

 

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Image- 1845 Farmyard by Penny Ward

1845 Farmyard (25 x 40)

Hooked by Penny Ward

Hooked by Penny Ward, Franklin, Tennessee. Again and again, this rug is delightful anyway you hook it. Fun to use your left over wools in some of the flowers.

 

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Image- 1845 Farmyard by Thirza Youker

1845 Farmyard (25 x 40)

Hooked by Thirza Youker

hooked by Thirza Youker of Fort Wayne, Indiana. A delightful and fun rendition of 1845 Farmyard. Thirza hooked this for her granddaughter for Christmas. And we all know those kids like bright. The more colors the better!!!! Definitely a wonderful KPA rug that reflects the fun of Thirza and her granddaughter. Think playful, individually, and no rules!

 

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Image- 1845 Farmyard by Anonymous

1845 Farmyard (25 x 40)

Hooked by Anonymous 

A great rug – love the whimsy of this rug. The lights of the horse, dog and border cause sort of a “sparkle” on the rug. The different color backgrounds are fun too.

 

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Image- 1845 Farmyard by Barb Carroll

1845 Farmyard (25 x 40)

Hooked by Barb Carroll

I used several blues in the background , hooking them in “patches or puddles.” Tweeds are super for animals and this horse looks very special and ready to ride. Love the chicken too, he is soft and does not “compete” with the horse. Also note that all of the posies are red, except the one in the lower left which is purple.

 

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Image- 1845 Farmyard Adapted by Kathy Mcallister

1845 Farmyard Adapted (25 x 40)

Hooked by Kathy Mcallister

The spotted horse is neat and definitely the focal point of the rug. The soft blue sky and then the greens under the dogs bring this rug to a super color story. I love to see the rugs personalized, definitely fits the life of the maker.

 

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Image- 1845 Farmyard Adapted by Patty Rogers

1845 Farmyard Adapted  (25 x 40)

Hooked by Patty Rogers

Is this fun or what? Definitely a “WELCOME” to Baby Rogers. The swirls in the background help pull the flowers and horse and dogs together. I would say Baby Rogers will have fun with the rug.

 

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Image- 1875 Flower Basket By Mary Lynn Naples

 

1875 Flower Basket  (28 x 47)

Hooked by Mary Lynn Naples

Hooked by Mary Lynne Naples of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. I just love the richness of this rug. A gold basket – note the use of the different golds and red flowers – seems like just the most fun thing. Love Mary Lynne’s birds also.

 

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Image- 1875 Flower Basket by Bev Stewart

1875 Flower Basket (28 x 47)

Hooked by Bev Stewart

Bev Stewart of Clayton, Indiana, hooked this 1875 Flower Basket. The use of the blues, rusts and golds is absolutely wonderful. Love her basket.

 

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Image- 1875 Flower Basket by Dixie Coyle

1875 Flower Basket (28 x 47)

Hooked by Dixie Coyle

Hooked by Dixie Coyle of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Her background is wonderful and the basket just perfect. A great “old rug.”

 

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Image- 1875 Flower Basket by Elaine Cathcart

1875 Flower Basket (28 x 47)

Hooked by Elaine Cathcart

Hooked by Elaine Cathcart. An old and wonderful look. The colors are super.

 

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Image- 1875 Flower Basket by Lori Curtis

1875 Flower Basket (28 x 47)

Hooked by Lori Curtis

Hooked by Lori Curtis of Waverly, Nebraska. I love the birds on this rug. And Lori’s basket is just super. Think fun and free with this old rug.

 

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Image- 1890 Horse by Barb Carroll

1890 Horse (33 x 39)

Hooked by Barb Carroll

I had a wonderful time with this rug. The horse was hooked with two wools that by themselves were not enough — this is a BIG horse! I outlined the horse with lots of different strips. I just used what I had. The brightish spot in the cat was hooked from an old coverlet. Big fun.

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Image- 1890 Horse by Judy Wissler

1890 Horse (33 x 39)

Hooked by Judy Wissler

Judy Wissler, Connellsville, Pennsylvania, hooked this rug. Just a great “light” feel to this rug. The green horse is my favorite.

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Image- 1890 Horse by Ann Deane

1890 Horse (33 x 39)

Hooked by Ann Deane

Hooked by Ann Deane, of Dallas, Texas. There just is no wrong way to hook this rug. Ann’s color is super — and I love the horse.

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Image- 1890 Horse by Annette Allessio

1890 Horse (33 x 39)

Hooked by Annette Allessio

This rug is just about fun, fun, fun. Annette Allessio, Fairmont, West Virginia, hooked this rug, and don’t I love this green horse! Also note her background, she has lots of fun going on.

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Image- 1890 Horse by Beverly Cole

1890 Horse (33 x 39)

Hooked by Beverly Cole

So many wonderful lessons about Bev’s rug. Note the directional hooking of her horse, the wonderful teal rooster and the way her background is hooked in “waves”.

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Image- 1890 Horse by Caroline Twigg

1890 Horse (33 x 39)

Hooked by Caroline Twigg

Caroline Twigg of Keedysville, Maryland, hooked this 1890 Horse. I love Caroline’s horse! Then her chicken, then her corner under the cat. Three very playful and fun areas which make this rug “dance.” Very nice.

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Image- 1890 Horse by Dixie Coyle

1890 Horse (33 x 39)

Hooked by Dixie Coyle

Dixie Coyle, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, hooked this rug a nifty chicken and cat. I also love her patches in the upper left of the background.

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Image- 1890 Horse by Doe Porta

1890 Horse (33 x 39)

Hooked by Doe Porta

Hooked by Doe Porta, Murrysville, Pennsylvania. Doe’s red horse against the dark blue background is wonderful, but the green cat is big fun.

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Image- 1890 Horse by Donna Mixner

1890 Horse (33 x 39)

Hooked by Donna Mixner

Donna Mixner, a wonderful Ohio lady, hooked this rug. Her color palette is so old and muted. Fun to see all of the different color choices everyone has done. I absolutely love her horse.

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Image- 1890 Horse by Janice Lee

1890 Horse (33 x 39)

Hooked by Janice Lee

Hooked by Janice Lee of Valley, Nebraska. The simplicity of Janet’s color story is wonderful and the stripe cat is fun.

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Image- 1890 Horse by Jill Welsh

1890 Horse (33 x 39)

Hooked by Jill Welsh

Hooked by Jill Welsh, Novelty, Ohio. Jill’s red cat is a fun “spark” in this rug. Her background is absolutely wonderful. And another green horse — I do love them.

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Image- 1890 Horse by Joan Wiksten

1890 Horse (33 x 39)

Hooked by Joan Wiksten

Hooked by Joan Wiksten of Topeka, Kansas. Red horses are great fun. Joan’s rooster is the best! Fun textured wool, and a very cocky fellow for sure.

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Image- 1890 Horse by Joanne Henderson

1890 Horse (33 x 39)

Hooked by Joanne Henderson

Joanne Henderson, Upperco, Maryland, had a great time hooking the fourth rug. The outline of her horse is neat and I love the speckled cat.

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Image- 1890 Horse by Marie Barton

1890 Horse (33 x 39)

Hooked by Marie Barton

Maria Barton hooked this fun rug . She has written a couple of articles for the Wool Street Journal. I love her corner treatments on this rug. Lots of fun color play and makes this a very whimsical rug.

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Image- 1890 Horse by Mary Magnuson

1890 Horse (33 x 39)

Hooked by Mary Magnuson

Mary Magnuson, Stillwater, Minnesota, hooked this rug. The horse is big fun and I love the boldness of the roosters. They are sort of “sparky” characters anyway!

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Image- 1890 Horse by Nada Lind

1890 Horse (33 x 39)

Hooked by Nada Lind

Nada Lind, Shepherdstown, West Virginia, hooked the 1890 Horse to look very old and soft. Her cat is just super.

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Image- 1890 Horse by Pam Fogle

1890 Horse (33 x 39)

Hooked by Pam Fogle

Definitely notice Pam’s background. So soft and old and playful. Love the cat.

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Image- 1890 Horse by Patricia Anders

1890 Horse (33 x 39)

Hooked by Patricia Anders

Hooked by Patricia Anders of Scenery Hill, Pennsylvania. Very worn and soft looking, love the division of the backgrounds.

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Image- 1890 Horse by Patty Rogers

1890 Horse (33 x 39)

Hooked by Patty Rogers

Patty Rogers of Kenmore, Washington hooked this rug. There is just no wrong way to hook this rug. Truly each to his own and more fun because of it. Patty’s simplistic color play is soothing and wonderful – note the softness of the red horse against this wonderful background.

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Image-1892 Homeplace by Judy Harrison

1892 Homeplace (31 x 52)

Hooked by Judy Harrison

Hooked by Judy Harrison, these three cozy cabins from the late 19th century embody the word “home!” Dark background provides great contrast with main subject.

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Image- 1901 Cats by Joanne Henderson

1901 Cats (33 x 52)

Hooked by Joanne Henderson

Hooked by Joanne Henderson of Upperco, Maryland. Hooray for Joanne and 1901 Cats!  There are so many wonderful areas in this rug. Note the bright blue dots on the rug and the way the orange cat just comes alive on the blue.  Also the wonderfulness of the flowers framing everything, Just GREAT!

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Image- 1901 Cats by Bonnie Waltz

1901 Cats (33 x 52)

Hooked by Bonnie Waltz

Hooked by Bonnie Waltz of West Chester, Pennsylvania. I love the spots on the rug! The purple rug plays so well with the background and rust cat. Note the wool in the motif in the border – is one absolutely wonderful stripe that just “roams around” and ages the rug.

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1902 Flag (27 x 36) by Dixie Coyle

1902 Flag (27 x 36)

Hooked by Dixie Coyle

By Dixie Coyle of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Dixie sort of put her on “spin” on this rug and I do love it. She reversed the flag and put in fewer stripes. The muted colors make this so old and soft – cozy as well. Hooray!

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Image - 1920 Stags by Caroline Twigg

1920 Stags (25 x 50, 30 x 59)

Hooked by Caroline Twigg

 

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Image- 25th December by Carol Vogt

25th December (37 x 42)

Hooked by Carol Vogt

Carol Vogt, Manheim, Pennsylvania, hooked this rug. What a happy morning this is. Love the tree, fire in the fireplace and “grandpa’s robe”. Carol’s background is wonderful to show off all of the happy “happenings”!

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Image- 25th December by Elaine Cathcart

25th December (37 x 42)

Hooked by Elaine Cathcart

Hooked by Elaine Cathcart, Athens, Tennessee. A super fun rug with happiness abounding. Many thanks again to Barbara Benner of Red Clover Rugs for helping us to “Relive the Past.” Note the blue faces on some of the kids. A great rug to use every scrap you own.

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