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Image - Welcome Friends Antique (24 x 38) by Marjorie Anderson

Welcome Friends Antique (24 x 38)

Hooked by Marjorie Anderson

Hooked by Marjorie Anderson of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Seems as if there is almost always “my favorite part of a rug” and I do love Marjorie’s background. Hard to hook against this, but notice how everything is soft and old, but not mud – the brightness of the light areas around Welcome Friends and the pink flowers spread just the right amount of “color” around the rug.

 

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Image - Welcome Friends Antique (24 x 38) by Sue McClure

Welcome Friends Antique (24 x 38)

Hooked by Sue McClure

Sue McClure of Spring Hill, Tennessee, one of the wonderful “Wool Sisters,” hooked this delightful Welcome Friends with the help of Ginger Baker. The wool around the border is nifty and belonged to her mother.

 

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Image - Whatnots (21 x 40) by Cindi McCullough

Whatnots (21 x 40) 

Hooked by Cindi McCullough

Cindi McCullough of Texas, hooked this Whatnots, again soft and old – really like the “jug.” Then the soft reds and golds that sprinkle through out the rug bring a nice softness to the rug.

 

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Image - Whatnots (21 x 40) by Elaine Cathcart

Whatnots (21 x 40) 

Hooked by Elaine Cathcart

This pattern lends itself to color and fun or two quiet and old. Just use your imagine for a great rug. All of Elaine’s colors and balanced and play well together. Note how the left and right side of the rug balance the pitcher in the middle.

 

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Image - Whatnots (21 x 40) by Evelyn Lawrence

Whatnots (21 x 40) 

Hooked by Evelyn Lawrence

Hooked by Evelyn Lawrence of Hallstead, Pennsylvania. Everything about this rug is whimsical, fun and cozy. A real “whatisthat” rug. The shapes and images of our long ago “hooking cousins” give us so much room for fun. Evelyn’s adaption is super – love the dark background with all of the color and light in the rug. As always a BIG thank you to Evelyn.

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Image - Whatnots (21 x 40) by Louise Tietjen

Whatnots (21 x 40) 

Hooked by Louise Tietjen

Louise Tietjen of Pottstown, Pennsylvania, hooked this Whatnots. Soft, soft, soft and cozy looking. Louise’s color story is warm and comforting. Notice how all of the hues seem to hug one another.

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Image - Whatnots (21 x 40) by Pam Cannon

Whatnots (21 x 40) 

Hooked by Pam Cannon

Hooked by Pam Cannon of Bridgeville, Delaware.

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Image - Woodland Deer (29 x 56) by Judy Carter

Woodland Deer (29 x 56)

Hooked by Judy Carter

Hooked by Judy Carter, Willow Street, Pennsylvania. Is this not a wonderful rug? Judy likes brighter colors, and this is a happy and fun rug. You can just play with the leaves and birds.

 

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Image - Woodland Deer (29 x 56) by Julie Bohl

Woodland Deer (29 x 56)

Hooked by Julie Bohl

Woodland Deer was hooked by Julie Bohl of Bettendorf, Iowa. Are those antlers not neat? And the tree – a wonderful rust stripe which allows you to hook and have the same hues with a different leaves. Julie’s background is soft and peaceful.

 

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Image - Woodland Deer (29 x 56) by Laurie Milne

Woodland Deer (29 x 56)

Hooked by Laurie Milne

Hooked by Laurie Milne of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Absolutely a fun, fun rug. Laurie’s leaves are super!

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Image - Woodland Deer (29 x 56) by Saundra Porter

Woodland Deer (29 x 56)

Hooked by Saundra Porter

Hooked by Saundra Porter of Seaford, Delaware. Have no idea where to start – Saundra’s leaves are so super as are her flowers and her birds. They all frame the neat deer that look so happy to be in this setting. Very neat!

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Image - Woodland Deer (29 x 56) by Thirza Youker

Woodland Deer (29 x 56)

Hooked by Thirza Youker

Thirza Youker of Fort Wayne, Indiana, hooked this Woodland Deer in a class with Jule Marie Smith. I love the bright and colorful play of wools. Very happy and very different from Judy’s rug. Both super.

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Image - Woolley Fox Deer (20 x 35) by Katie Hartner

Woolley Fox Deer (20 x 35)

Hooked by Katie Hartner

Hooked by Katie Hartner of Big Sandy, Texas. The background wool is a nifty rust stripe that Katie has just cut and swirled through out the rug. The nubby wools for the deer and antlers are rustic and neat.

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Image - Woolley Fox Deer (20 x 35) by Gail Tuller

Woolley Fox Deer (20 x 35)

Hooked by Gail Tuller

Woolley Fox Deer was hooked by Gail Tuller of Novi, Michigan. . I absolutely “giggle” when I see this rug, it is so joyous – and Gail does hook joyous rugs. The wonderful plaid in the deer is framed by the super colors in the cattails, which enhances the color play in the rug.

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Image - Woolley Fox Deer (20 x 35) by Keith Kemmer

Woolley Fox Deer (20 x 35)

Hooked by Keith Kemmer

Hooked by Keith Kemmer of Waterford, Michigan. Wow! Must say, I had a wonderful time with Keith and this rug. Between the two of us we achieved the look that Keith did want and that is super. The play of lights is just perfect – note how the tip of the antlers are darker to hold them up. Then the blue in the bottom right of the neck of the deer stabilizes him and allows the playfulness of the leaves and the cattails.

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Image - Woolley Fox Deer (20 x 35) by Thirza Youker

Woolley Fox Deer (20 x 35)

Hooked by Thirza Youker

Thirza Youker of Fort Wayne, Indiana hooked this wonderful deer for her wonderful son Bryan. The head of this deer is absolutely great fun. Almost a “hit ‘n’ miss” feel. Love the eye and the leaves on the posies too

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