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KEEPING THE PAST ALIVE GALLERY (B)

 

Image- Barnyard Animals by Thirza Youker

Barnyard Animals (34 x 62)

Hooked by Thirza Youker

Hooked by Thirza Youker of Fort Wayne, Indiana. Very much fun here, don’t you love the corn stalk in the bottom right corner? Very happy and playful rug.

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Image- Barnyard Animals by Crystal Brown

Barnyard Animals (34 x 62)

Hooked by Crystal Brown

Hooked by Crystal Brown of Washington, Pennsylvania. This is a super rug to ad your “favorite things.” Crystal loved the chicks so there are a few more of them. Star is fun too. Love her cats. Just a neat rug. Thanks Crystal.

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Image- Barnyard Animals by Elaine Cathcart

Barnyard Animals (34 x 62)

Hooked by Elaine Cathcart

Elaine Cathcart, of Athens, Tennessee, hooked the second rug for her daughter Marilyn (Elaine modified the design a little to fit Marilyn’s taste). I love the teal horse and the different purples in the background. Elaine hooked all of the chicks in different golds and the cats in the same wools. This helps to keep some quiet spots in the rug. Super rug. Thanks, Elaine. Also thanks to Barbara Benner of Red Clover Rugs for helping us continue to recreate this wonderful pattern.

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Image- Barnyard Animals by Jill Welsh

 

Barnyard Animals (34 x 62)

Hooked by Jill Welsh

Hooked by Jill Welsh. This a very busy old pattern and lends itself to a degree of personalization. Both Jill and Elaine made minor additions and deletions to fit their personality. Jill Welsh, Novelty, Ohio, hooked the rug on the left. Jill added some wonderful elements and this is a great way to make this your rug. Just a fun and whimsical hooked rug.

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Image- Barnyard Animals by Julie Kenninger

Barnyard Animals (34 x 62)

Hooked by Julie Kenninger

Julie Renninger of Fort Wayne, Indiana, hooked this Barnyard Animals. Julie’s rug also has lots of her “favorite things” and don’t rug hookers always love sheep and bunnies. Julie’s horse is very neat with the use of the reds.

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Image- Barnyard Animals by Marguerite Evans

Barnyard Animals (34 x 62)

Hooked by Marguerite Evans

Marguerite Evans of Liberty, Texas, hooked the third Barnyard Animals. Her play with the pinks, golds, and purples is fun. Actually Marguerite is a FUN lady.

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Image- Barnyard Animals by Pamela Adams

Barnyard Animals (34 x 62)

Hooked by Pamela Adams

Pamela Adams of Fort Wayne, Indiana, hooked this Barnyard Animals. Lively and fun, with lots of Pam’s “favorite things” added to the rug. Her black and white chicken is fun as well as the “chicks” as they wander through the rug. Truly in the spirit of the early rugs and I encourage you to play with your rugs. Just a joy to see this rug at the Sauder Show. Thanks so much.

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Image- Beamish Geometric by Mary Magnuson

Beamish Geometric (18 x 30)

Hooked by Mary Magnuson

By Mary Magnuson, Stillwater, Minnesota. This is a GREAT small geometric. Lots of fun. Just use your leftover strips and have a wonderful and “no rules rug.”

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Image- Beamish Geometric by Beth Pearce

Beamish Geometric (18 x 30)

Hooked by Beth Pearce

Beamish Geometric (18 x 30) was hooked by Beth Pearce of Malvern, Ohio. Great rug to use lots of your “wiggles”. Love the way Beth used her darks and lights.

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Image- Beamish Geometric by Judy Wissler

Beamish Geometric (18 x 30)

Hooked by Judy Wissler

Beamish Geometric was hooked by Judith Wissler of Connellsville, Pennsylvania. Judy used mostly her wiggles for this rug. Very random, fun and easy.

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Image- Beamish Geometric by Mary Magnuson

Beamish Geometric (18 x 30)

Hooked by Mary Magnuson

Hooked by Mary Magnuson, Stillwater, Minnesota. This is a GREAT small geometric. Lots of fun. Just use your leftover strips and have a wonderful and “no rules rug.”

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Image- Beauteous Beast by Weslee Hursh

Beauteous Beast (24 x 44)

Hooked by Weslee Hursh

Hooked by Weslee Hursh of 

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Image- Belle Flower by Connie Chubner

Belle Flower (17 x 37)

Hooked by Connie Chubner

So soft and beautiful – the simple use of color makes this rug remarkable. Love the colors in the leaves – remember green is not always a leaf color.

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Image- Belle Flower by Robin Carroll

Belle Flower (17 x 37)

Hooked by Robin Carroll

Hooked by Robin Carroll, Barb’s daughter and fun organized lady. The Belle Flower itself is just wonderful as are the leaves- the soft background softens the colors and gives rug a perfect look.

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Image - Best in Show by Paula Fenter

Best in Show (29 x 50)

Hooked by Paula Fenter

Hooked by Paula Fenter of Tyler, Texas. A great dog in a great bed of fun flowers and he knows he is the best! Love the sprinkle of reds around the rug.

 

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Image - Birthday Bunny by Antique

Birthday Bunny (22 x 39)

Hooked by Antique

A new Woolley Fox pattern for 2010. The rug shown here is the antique rug from which the pattern was drawn. Isn’t this a honey of a rug? Great birthday gift from my sister. Note the way the bunny and leaves/stems are outlined.

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Image - Birthday Bunny by Chris Ritchey

Birthday Bunny (22 x 39)

Hooked by Chris Ritchey

Hooked by Chris Ritchey of Johnstown,Pennsylvania. A fun small rug to hook and because the leaves and the bunny motifs are so large you can play with neat textured wools.

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Image - Blooming Basket by Crystal Brown

Blooming Basket (21 x 29)

Hooked by Crystal Brown

Blooming Basket was hooked by Crystal Brown of Washington, Pennsylvania. Look at this basket! Absolutely GRAND. Crystal used a wonderful stripe to hook this. The softness of her rug is super.

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Image - Blooming Basket by Karen Ford

Blooming Basket (21 x 29)

Hooked by Karen Ford

Hooked by Karen Ford, Tyler, Texas.

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Image - Blue Basket Antique by Mary Margaret Cairns

Blue Basket Antique (36 x 54)

Hooked by Mary Margaret Cairns

Just beautiful – the colors are absolutely perfect and love the change in the background around the basket. This adds age to the rug and keeps the flow of color perfectly in the rug.

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Image - Blue Basket Antique by Sandy Williams

Blue Basket Antique (36 x 54)

Hooked by Sandy Williams

Just beautiful – the colors are absolutely perfect and love the change in the background around the basket. This adds age to the rug and keeps the flow of color perfectly in the rug.

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Image - Blue Basket Antique by Patti Black

Blue Basket Antique (36 x 54)

Hooked by Patti Black

A grand rug! Notice her wonderful border and how the golds are old and sort of run in together. Also really neat is the way Patti used the red to lift her rug and give it a spark.

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Image - Boyertown Pups by Elaine Cathcart

Boyertown Pups (53 x 62)

Hooked by Elaine Cathcart

Hooked by Elaine Cathcart of Athens, Tennessee. Okay – my new favorite of the old rugs! Elaine’s dog is super with the swirls of the darks and you know this must have been a very important farm dog. Her red barn and house anchor the corners and the moons sort of hide in the sky. Very neat and very neat friend also.

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Image - Boyertown Pups by Penny Ward

Boyertown Pups (53 x 62)

Hooked by Penny Ward

Hooked by Penny Ward of Franklin, Tennessee. Hook your own dog – Very fun and personal. Love the depth of Penny’s sky and fun with the stars and moons!

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Image - Boyertown Pups by Joanne Henderson

Boyertown Pups (53 x 62)

Hooked by Joanne Henderson

Fun, fun, fun and yet very difficult. The motifs are big time fun to hook – easy to play with and keep the color dancing. The backgrounds are not easy to blend together. Very well done.

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Image - Boyertown Pups by Kathy Applegate

Boyertown Pups (53 x 62)

Hooked by Kathy Applegate

Hooked by Kathy Applegate of Fort Worth, Texas. Love, love, love the rust dog. This rug is playful and fanciful – fun to spread the color around – the neutral backgrounds make it easy to do.

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Image - Boyertown Pups by Leslie Gorby

Boyertown Pups (53 x 62)

Hooked by Leslie Gorby

Fun, fun, fun. I love this rug. Leslie’s selection of wools is great and I love the mauve’s she used in the sky and for the bunny. Notice his white tail!

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Image - Boyertown Pups by Marie Rufe

Boyertown Pups (53 x 62)

Hooked by Marie Rufe

Hooked by Maria Rufe, Shawnee Mission, Kansas. The big dog is absolutely wonderful. I think the way that Marie moved the wools around in the dog is super. The movement of her background makes everything in the rug playful and fun. WOW!

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Image - Brave Hunter by Barb Carroll

Brave Hunter (21 x 39)

Hooked by Barb Carroll

Hooked by Barb Carroll. My FAVORITE of the old rugs. I had a great time hooking this nonsensical rug. Is this a moose or a deer? Is the Indian chasing him out of his posy patch? Think fun when you hook this rug.

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Image - Brave Hunter by Barbara Bonds

Brave Hunter (21 x 39)

Hooked by Barbara Bonds

Barbara Bonds of Cheyenne, Wyoming, hooked this Brave Hunter. Barb hooked this at Star of Texas, Tyler with Jayne Hester. Please notice the way the deer/moose is hooked and the shadow around some of the bush elements. Very wonderful.

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Image - Brave Hunter by Bonnie Leathers

Brave Hunter (21 x 39)

Hooked by Bonnie Leathers

Hooked by Bonnie Leathers of Overland Park, Kansas. Just a wonderful rug. I love the red background behind the moose and the way the Indian sort of “perks” up is fun.

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Image - Brave Hunter by Carol Daugherty

Brave Hunter (21 x 39)

Hooked by Carol Daugherty

Carol Daugherty of South Bend, Indiana, hooked this third Brave Hunter. Carol’s purple hills are fun, BUT her bow and arrow are fun! Don’t think the moose/deer even knows the arrow is there!

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Image - Brave Hunter by Deb Burcin

Brave Hunter (21 x 39)

Hooked by Deb Burcin

Deb Burcin of Lampeter, Pennsylvania, hooked the second Brave Hunter, 21 x 39. Deb’s moose is so neat with the soft purples in his body. The playfulness of the antlers makes your heart smile. Note the wonderful stripe wool in the pants of the “Hunter.” Very neat.

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Image - Brave Hunter by Diane O'Connell

Brave Hunter (21 x 39)

Hooked by Diane O’Connell

Hooked by Diane O’Connell of Eldersburg, Maryland. What a special rug! Diane’s red background is absolutely super. Love the moose also – the play of wools makes him “rough, ready and moving.” Very good.

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Image - Brave Hunter by Elizabeth King

Brave Hunter (21 x 39)

Hooked by Elizabeth King

Elizabeth King of Hudson, Ohio hooked this Brave Hunter. Elizabeth’s choice of wools is just wonderful – I very much like the way the lower mountain glows between the ground and the upper area. The britches on her Indian are hooked with a nifty strip – big time fun.

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Image - Brave Hunter by Gwynna Waller

Brave Hunter (21 x 39)

Hooked by Gwynna Waller

Hooked by Gwynna Waller of Lindale Texas. This is Gwynna’s first rug which she hooked for her husband and had great help from Katie Hartner of the Nimble Thimble. The Indian is lots of fun with his neat head dress. Love that big primitive animal!

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Image - Brave Hunter by Joanne Henderson

Brave Hunter (21 x 39)

Hooked by Joanne Henderson

Joanne Henderson of Upperco, Maryland, hooked this Brave Hunter. Wow! Love Joanne’s deer/moose, the way she hooked the body is just great and the head is super also. Her flowers are a “party” of fun.

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Image - Brave Hunter by Julie Thornton

Brave Hunter (21 x 39)

Hooked by Julie Thornton

Joanne Henderson of Upperco, Maryland, hooked this Brave Hunter. Wow! Love Joanne’s deer/moose, the way she hooked the body is just great and the head is super also. Her flowers are a “party” of fun.

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Image - Brave Hunter by Kathy Sparks

Brave Hunter (21 x 39)

Hooked by Kathy Sparks

Kathy Sparks of Unionville, Indiana, hooked this Brave Hunter. Kathy’s red background is VERY fun. Love the way the one “mountain” sort of plays off of the moose. Keeps a nice balance to the rug.

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Image - Brave Hunter by Mary Painter

Brave Hunter (21 x 39)

Hooked by Mary Painter

Hooked by Mary Painter Winchester, VA. A delightful rug – the moose body is just wonderful. You can actually see the “heart” of the moose in the eye. Very fetching he is! Love Mary’s blue flowers and her hills.

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Image - Brave Hunter by Maryann Gearinger

Brave Hunter (21 x 39)

Hooked by Maryann Gearinger

Hooked by Mary Ann Gearinger of Frederick, Maryland. I love the spontaneity that Mary Ann used with her reds. Makes the rug very playful and fun! The hills play off of the background and are lively with the wonderful trees.

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Image - Brave Hunter by Pat Donoho

Brave Hunter (21 x 39)

Hooked by Pat Donoho

Hooked by Pat Donoho of Upperco, Maryland. Pat’s rug received a ribbon at the Maryland State Fair! Hooray for her! Love the softness of the moose and the liveliness of the antlers. Headdress on the Indian is wonderful too.

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Image - Brave Hunter by Saundra Porter

Brave Hunter (21 x 39)

Hooked by Saundra Porter

Saundra Porter of Seaford, Delaware hooked this Brave Hunter. Saundra’s rug is deep and rich and just marvelous. The “sprinkle” of color with the flowers and the trees is almost magical.

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Image - Brave Hunter by Susan Scott

Brave Hunter (21 x 39)

Hooked by Susan Scott

Hooked by Susan Scott of Bellevue, Washington. This is Susan’s second rug! Her moose/deer is super, look at the way she hooked the coat. Very neat.

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Image - Bunny Bouquet by Bonnie Smith

Bunny Bouquet (30 x 50)

Hooked by Bonnie Smith

Hooked by Bonnie Smith of Frostburg, Maryland. This rug is just absolutely wonderful. Be sure to enlarge the rug so that you can see the neat color palate of the backgrounds and then the neat way the posies are hooked.

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Image - Bunny Bouquet by Joanne Henderson

Bunny Bouquet (30 x 50)

Hooked by Joanne Henderson

This is one delightful rug. Joanne’s “bouquet” is great – notice how she played the blue with the rust. Her backgrounds are a grouping of darks and truly keep this rug interesting and old.

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Image - Bunny Bouquet by Judy Harrison

Bunny Bouquet (30 x 50)

Hooked by Judy Harrison

Judy needed this rug a touch smaller, so removed the larger border. Her “bouquet” is lovely and special with the wool surrounding it. Also the background is very neat – especially with the plaid for the border.

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Image - Bunny Pals by Marketa Anderson

Bunny Pals (34 x 24)

Hooked by Marketa Anderson

Bunny Pals was hooked by Marketa Anderson of Lebanon, Ohio. I love the play of the teals in the corners with the wonderful outlines in the bunnies. Nifty border wool also. Note how the bright red in the top and bottom border are kept quiet by the border wool.

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Image - Bunny Pals by Chris Richey

Bunny Pals (34 x 24)

Hooked by Chris Richey

Chris hooked this for her granddaughter who loves pinks and purples. The added green gives her rug more of a “zip” and is just the thing for a little girl rug.

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Image - Bunny Pals by Gail Tuller

Bunny Pals (34 x 24)

Hooked by Gail Tuller

Gail Tuller of Novi, Michigan, hooked this Bunny Pals. Is this fun or what? Gail hooked this for her granddaughter Kayla. This is a PERFECT example of how to hook an “old rug” and make it your own, or in this case Kayla’s. I love the way Gail outlined the left bunny with the light pink and pulls it out of the background. A very happy color story for a wonderful young lady.

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Image - Bunny Pals by Penny Gessner

Bunny Pals (34 x 24)

Hooked by Penny Gessner

Hooked by Penny Gessner of Ligonier, Pennsylvania. There is so much room for playful color use in this rug. Penny’s red bunny is super neat. Love the gold background and her nifty border.

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