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Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58) by Barb Carroll

Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58)

Hooked by Barb Carroll

Note the uses of different golds in the pineapple. I used about eight golds in all and then hooked one gold wool in an entire section of the pineapple. This ages the rug instantly, and is big fun to do. Also note that one of the top leaves on the pineapple is different from the others. I used the gold wools from the pineapple for the “swirls” around the rug.

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Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58) by Barbara Hill

Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58)

Hooked by Barbara Hill

Barbara Hill of Ligonier, Pennsylvania hooked this Pineapple. Very unusual colors and just a super rug. The use of the reds warms up this rug.

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Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58) by Carol Rahall

Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58)

Hooked by Carol Rahall

This is a GREAT simple design which translates to a super rug in any color combination. this rug was hooked by Carol Rahall of Mansfield, Ohio and what a fun rug. The taupe pineapple and gold leaves are super.

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Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58) by Cathy Gordon

Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58)

Hooked by Cathy Gordon

Hooked by Cathy Gordon of Chagrin Falls, Ohio. Cathy’s pineapple is so fun. The outline of the leaves is super. Note the neat line between the background and border.

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Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58) by Cookie Soisson

Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58)

Hooked by Cookie Soisson

Hooked by Cookie Soisson of Ligonier, Pennsylvania. Lucky I am to have Cookie hook with me regularly. A fun rug hooker! Look closely at the background; it is super.

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Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58) by Crystal Brown

Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58)

Hooked by Crystal Brown

Hooked by Crystal Brown of Washington, Pennsylvania. The movement in Crystal’s background is very neat. The softness of the leaves actually highlights the pineapple and the border. Crystal has a very fun color sense.

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Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58) by Crystal Brown, Weslee Hursh

Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58)

Hooked by Crystal Brown, Weslee Hursh

This rug was “team hooked” by Crystal Brown and Weslee Hursh. This rug took Best of Show and First Place at the Washington County (Pennsylvania) Fair 2009. It was raffled off on August 22, 2009, for the benefit of The Washington County History and Landmarks Foundation.

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Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58) by Doe Porta

Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58)

Hooked by Doe Porta

Hooked by Doe Porta of Murraysville, Pennsylvania. Her background is awesome. Thanks, Doe.

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Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58) by Doris Manker

Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58)

Hooked by Doris Manker

Doris Manker of Laurens, New York hooked this Pineapple. Doris’s leaves are so warm and friendly and sort of frame the pineapple. The small lines of color under the pineapple and in the left corner make a nice “shift” to the rug.

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Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58) by Emma Gene Schroeder

Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58)

Hooked by Emma Gene Schroeder

Emma Gene Schroeder, two-term chaplain of the La Villita chapter of the DAR, College Station, Texas, submitted her Pineapple rug (23 x 45) to the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution American Heritage Contest – Fiber Arts category, in April 2010.  Her entry won first in State and South Central District, and third in National competition. The theme of the competition was “America’s Heritage Remembered.”  “I decided to enter my Pineapple rug,” she says, “to give recognition for my chapter and because this is exactly what I believe we need to do – preserve our heritage through remembering our ancestors in every way we can. It also follows our Texas State theme: ‘Preserving the Past – Our Gift to the Future.'”  Many congratulations to you, Emma Gene!

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Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58) by Gail Whitcomb

Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58)

Hooked by Gail Whitcomb

A delightful Pineapple, hooked by Gail Whitcomb of Massena, New York. The double outline in the big leaves just sets off this rug. The color story here is very elegant and wonderful. Gail hooked this at the Kinderhook Rug Camp in Kinderhook, New York.

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Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58) by Jan Hammond

Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58)

Hooked by Jan Hammond

A wonderful soft WELCOME to greet everyone coming to your home. Jan’s background swirls with different blues which make the rug glow.

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Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58) by Jeanne Bellemore

Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58)

Hooked by Jeanne Bellemore

Hooked by Jeanne Bellemore of Merrimack, New Hampshire. Light fanciful colors make this a very unusual and playful rug. Lots of fun.

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Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58) by Jo Johnson

Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58)

Hooked by Jo Johnson

Jo Johnson of Rochester, Minnesota hooked this rug with the blue background. Note the different wools in the background. I love the color of her leaves.

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Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58) by Judy Mueller

Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58)

Hooked by Judy Mueller

Judy Mueller, also of Rochester, Minnesota hooked this rug. Both of these Minnesota gals were in a workshop I taught in Rochester. Judy’s background is also super. Notice the wonderful plaids and tweeds in her background. Thanks to the Rochester ladies for a very nice time.

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Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58) by Marcia Rickansrud

Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58)

Hooked by Marcia Rickansrud

Marcia Rickansrud of Springdale, Arkansas hooked this rug. Her rug is very striking with the dark background. Quiet elegance I think.

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Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58) by Mary Flanagan

Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58)

Hooked by Mary Flanagan

Hooked by Mary Flanagan of Picket, Wisconsin. Mary told me she hooked this with no teacher. She read “American Primitive Hooked Rugs” and took a class from Jule Marie Smith which helped her with her border. Very nice, and thanks! I truly LOVE Warren’s pineapple.

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Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58) by Mary Kelly

Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58)

Hooked by Mary Kelly

Mary Kelly of Scottsdale, Arizona hooked this rug. I do like the red background behind the green leaves and the gold pineapple.

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Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58) by Mary Painter

Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58)

Hooked by Mary Painter

Hooked by Mary Painter of Winchester, Virginia. Her border and background are nifty. I also love the color of her big leaves.

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Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58) by Nada Lind

Pineapple (18x35, 23x45, and 30x58)

Hooked by Nada Lind

Nada Lind of Shepherdstown, West Virginia hooked this rug. A great soft look. The leaves are just super with the background. Thanks Nada.

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