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Image - Barnyard Christmas (30 X 51) by Warren Kimble

Barnyard Christmas (30 X 51)

Hooked by Keith Kemmer 

Keith Kemmer of Waterford, Michigan, hooked this Barnyard Christmas. A very fun rug full of whimsy. The animals are super – especially the purple bunny. Keith’s snow and sky are wonderful.

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Image - Barnyard Christmas (30 X 51) by Alex Platz

Barnyard Christmas (30 X 51)

Hooked by Alex Platz

Alex Platz of Pasadena, California hooked this Barnyard Christmas. This rug is “Christmas.” The peacefulness of the animals with the tree is wonderful. The dark quiet sky against the snow is grand. Note the way the sheep is just a touch darker than the snow – very neat.

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Image - Barnyard Christmas (30 X 51) by Janice Lee

Barnyard Christmas (30 X 51)

Hooked by Janice Lee

Hooked by Janice Lee of Valley, Nebraska. Such a peaceful and wonderful feeling this rug brings to your heart. Janet hooked her horse in also. Horses love Christmas too!

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Image - Barnyard Christmas (30 X 51) by Mary Magnuson

Barnyard Christmas (30 X 51)

Hooked by Mary Magnuson

Hooked by Mary Magnuson, of Stillwater, Minnesota. Mary hooked this during the Arrow Rock School. I love the simplicity and peacefulness of this rug. Thanks Mary.

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Image - Bee Skep (15 X 44) by Warren Kimble

Bee Skep (15 X 44)

Hooked by Marsha Moyer-Payne

Hooked by Marsha Moyer-Payne of Medford, New Jersey. Love, love, love that bee! Notice all of the golds used in the hive. Keeps a wonderful interest to the rug.

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Image - Bee Skep (15 X 44) by Crystal Brown

Bee Skep (15 X 44)

Hooked by Crystal Brown

Hooked by Crystal Brown of Washington, Pennsylvania. The gold background on this rug causes it to be very much fun and definitely has a “sunny” look.

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Image - Bee Skep (15 X 44) by Johanna Pino

Bee Skep (15 X 44)

Hooked by Johanna Pino

Hooked by Johanna Pino of Stuyvesant New York. Johanna hooked this rug at the Kinderhook Rug Camp at the end of January. Sure brought a touch of spring to our hearts! Note the color of the bees. If she had hooked them in black and gold you would not be able to see the bees very well. So, red and gold bees are the ticket here.

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Image - Brandon Barn (26 X 36) by Warren Kimble

Brandon Barn (26 X 36)

Hooked by Northwest Ohio Rug Hookrafters Guild

Didn’t these girls do a great rug? They donated the rug to Sauder Village and the Heritage Inn to show their appreciation for their continuous support of the art and craft of rug hooking. And the 40th anniversary of the Guild. Pretty neat I would say!

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Image - Burnt Hills (26 X 36) by Warren Kimble

Burnt Hills (26 X 36)

Hooked by Polly Rhinehart

Polly Rhinehart hooked this rug. I love everything about this rug. Very stately and elegant. Thanks, Polly.

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Image - Burnt Hills (26 X 36) by Arline Keeling

Burnt Hills (26 X 36)

Hooked by Arline Keeling

Arline Keeling of Roy, Utah hooked this rug. She used a two cut for the outline of the windows! Yikes! Arline’s hills are just wonderful. You can “feel” the freshness of them. The softness of the sky and clouds echoes the softness of the large central house.

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Image - Burnt Hills (26 X 36) by Carole Virage

Burnt Hills (26 X 36)

Hooked by Carole Virag

Hooked by Carole Virag. She did a great job with the hills. She used several greens and then just moved them around in the different sections of the hillside. Her sky is super. The wool she used for the border is one plaid, which when hooked sort of looks like a wood frame.

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Image - Burnt Hills (26 X 36) by Genevieve Leeman

Burnt Hills (26 X 36)

Hooked by Genevieve Leeman

Hooked by Genevieve Leeman of Spring Hill, Florida. I love the hills in this rug. They are truly alive. Genevieve added the border and carried the hill colors around the rug.

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Image - Burnt Hills (26 X 36) by Kathleen Keithly

Burnt Hills (26 X 36)

Hooked by Kathleen Keithly

Hooked by Kathleen Keithly of Manchester, Missouri. Kathleen really gave great meaning to “Burnt Hills”. The fall colors bring this rug alive. The border is not part of the pattern – but the fall colors play so well here – very playful rug.

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Image - Burnt Hills (26 X 36) by Pat Sims

Burnt Hills (26 X 36)

Hooked by Pat Sims

Pat Sims of Hiawatha, Iowa hooked this rug. Again, I love the hills in her rug. The blue house with the blue sky is wonderful. The red house, red barn, and red apples form a “triangle of color” which balances this rug perfectly.

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Image - Burnt Hills (26 X 36) by Rebecca Calderwood

Burnt Hills (26 X 36)

Hooked by Rebecca Calderwood

Rebecca Calderwood of Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania hooked this rug. The spark of the rust trees balances the red in the house and barn and also frames the center white house. Love the “blue clouds and the off white sky”.

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Image - Burnt Hills (26 X 36) by Sue McCann

Burnt Hills (26 X 36)

Hooked by Sue McCann

Sue McCann, Johnstown, Pennsylvania, hooked this Burnt Hills. The use of the rust for the trees provides a great “spark” with the white house. All of Sue’s clouds were hooked with different wools. A fun way to do these.

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Image - Burnt Hills (26 X 36) by Wanda Hurliman

Burnt Hills (26 X 36)

Hooked by Wanda Hurliman

Hooked by Wanda Hurliman of Tillamook, Oregon. Absolutely a great feeling of fall. Wanda’s color story is fun, warm and cozy. Makes your heart full. The blue sky which is a compliment of the rust hills adds so much color strength. Very nice.

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