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Image - Olde Ducks (19 x 25) by Barb Carroll

Olde Ducks (19 x 25)

Hooked by Barb Carroll

I had a great time playing with the color and mixing up the wools to make this look old. A fun small treat to hook.

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Image - Olde Ducks (19 x 25) by Barbara Daniels

Olde Ducks (19 x 25)

Hooked by Barbara Daniels

Hooked by Barbara Daniels of Sugar Land, Texas. Great little rug and I love the wing in the big duck, and the blue sparky area under the duck is awesome. Thanks, Barbara.

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Image - Olde Ducks (19 x 25) by Beth Anne Smiley

Olde Ducks (19 x 25)

Hooked by Beth Anne Smiley

Hooked by Beth Anne Smiley of Davenport, Iowa. I love the light background. Very different and nice.

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Image - Olde Ducks (19 x 25) by Connie Phelps

Olde Ducks (19 x 25)

Hooked by Connie Phelps

Pure Magdalena – lots of scraps, organized yet zany. Love the three colors of baby ducks.

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Image - Olde Ducks (19 x 25) by Elaine Cathcart

Olde Ducks (19 x 25)

Hooked by Elaine Cathcart

Hooked by Elaine Cathcart of Athens, Tennessee. Please note the braiding around the outside of the rug. Elaine attended the Woolley Fox Primitive Workshop and finished this rug while she was here! Jule Marie Smith was her teacher.

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Image - Olde Ducks (19 x 25) by Elaine Cathcart

Olde Ducks (19 x 25)

Hooked by Elaine Cathcart

The next rug was also hooked by Elaine Cathcart and this one is for her son. Note the use of the bright spots of pinks and golds to lift the rug. It is fun to use some of the old darks, but unexpected brights make the rug unique.

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Image - Olde Ducks (19 x 25) by Evelyn Lawrence

Olde Ducks (19 x 25)

Hooked by Evelyn Lawrence

Hooked by Evelyn Lawrence of Hallstead, Pennsylvania. While going through one of my scrapbooks, Evelyn discovered this rug hooked by Magdalena Briner. What a treasure this little rug is. As you can see, it looks great hooked in any color.

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Image - Olde Ducks (19 x 25) by Gail Tuller

Olde Ducks (19 x 25)

Hooked by Gail Tuller

Gail Tuller of Novi, Michigan hooked this Olde Ducks. I like her off-white ducks and the way the orange and blue sort of “ring” the rug. Really great.

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Image - Olde Ducks (19 x 25) by Gail Whitcomb

Olde Ducks (19 x 25)

Hooked by Gail Whitcomb

Gail Whitcomb of Massena, New York had a great time playing with the soft ducks in this Olde Ducks on the right. Every color seems perfect for this rug. Just a fun small treasure to hook.

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Image - Olde Ducks (19 x 25) by Jill Welsh

Olde Ducks (19 x 25)

Hooked by Jill Welsh

Jill Welsh of Novelty, Ohio hooked this rug. She was in the same class at the Woolley Fox last year with Elaine and loved the way Elaine braided around her rug. Sure does make a great finish. Each and every rug is a delight and everyone has had a great time with color. I love all of them. This is definitely a fun time. This rug was originally hooked by Magdalena Briner of Perry County, Pennsylvania, about 1885.

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Image - Olde Ducks (19 x 25) by Jill Welsh

Olde Ducks (19 x 25)

Hooked by Jill Welsh

Jill Welsh hooked this rug. originally in a different wools and with braiding. So, this is the second time around and she did a great rug both times. Thanks to Jill for sharing her work.

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Image - Olde Ducks (19 x 25) by Joan Wiksten

Olde Ducks (19 x 25)

Hooked by Joan Wiksten

Hooked by Joan Wiksten of Topeka, Kansas. One of my most favorite of Magdalena’s rugs. Joan’s ducks are super and her corners are big fun.

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Image - Olde Ducks (19 x 25) by Judy Spence

Olde Ducks (19 x 25)

Hooked by Judy Spence

Hooked by Judy Spence of Powell, Ohio. Love the way the rust momma duck and babies swim against the water and the dark background. Very fun.

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Image - Olde Ducks (19 x 25) by Jule Marie Smith

Olde Ducks (19 x 25)

Hooked by Jule Marie Smith

Hooked by Jule Marie Smith of Ballston Spa, NY. A great, great rug. I love the way Jule puddles her colors. The ducks are playful, fun and so whimsical. Jule plans on adding a braided border to her rug.

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Image - Olde Ducks (19 x 25) by Lois Lee Ewing

Olde Ducks (19 x 25)

Hooked by Lois Lee Ewing

Lois Lee Ewing of Kerrville, Texas hooked this delightful Olde Ducks.This is a very happy and fun rug. Every color story is right, this rug invites you to play with color and definitely be your own person.

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Image - Olde Ducks (19 x 25) by Marsha Moyer-Payne

Olde Ducks (19 x 25)

Hooked by Marsha Moyer-Payne

Hooked by Marsha Moyer-Payne of Medford, New Jersey. The gold ducks are super with their green wings and playing in the colorful waves of color. Marsha kept a very good continuity of movement of color throughout the rug and thus keeping all of the colors balanced.

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Image - Olde Ducks (19 x 25) by Marty Petkosh

Olde Ducks (19 x 25)

Hooked by Marty Petkosh

Marty Petkosh of Mount Gretna, Pennsylvania hooked this rug. The teals in this background remind you of water – and I love the way the golds play off them. The sparks of red are super.

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Image - Olde Ducks (19 x 25) by Meg Walters

Olde Ducks (19 x 25)

Hooked by Meg Walters

Hooked by Meg Walters of Malvern, Ohio. The light ducks are always neat and her corners sort of echo off of the ducks.

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Image - Olde Ducks (19 x 25) by Patty Rogers

Olde Ducks (19 x 25)

Hooked by Patty Rogers

Olde Ducks (19 x 25) was hooked by Patty Rogers of Kenmore, Washington. Love the soft yellow of the Mother duck and the soft whites of the babies. Patty’s play of color using the greens is most fun, also the sparks of rust are very whimsical.

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Image - Olde Ducks (19 x 25) by Thirza Youker

Olde Ducks (19 x 25)

Hooked by Thirza Youker

Thirza Youker of Fort Wayne, Indiana hooked this rug. The rusty red ducks are great, and most of her background looks like water. Super fun.

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