Rug Hooking Blogs

I am continually amazed at how grateful I am to be part of the rug hooking community.  We may be a relatively small “pond,” but we are so united in our love for hooked rugs.  I am energized when I get together with other rug hookers and am able to collaborate with them.  I often work on projects alone and find that I seem to “need” the community to inspire me.  I recently returned from the Puget Sound Rug School where I worked with the guidance of Sara Judith, our teacher, and a roomful of rug hookers who delighted in each other’s work.  It is very satisfying to be part of this wonderful community.

Today when I was looking at my Facebook feed, I ran across a post that led me to a blog I hadn’t seen before by a Region 12, New Mexico rug hooker named Laura Salamy (www.highonhooking.com).  Check it out to see what’s happening in New Mexico and to see Laura’s posts.

If you know of websites or blogs that may be of interest to our community, please share it in comments below.

Puget Sound Rug School Project 2017

Projects hooked at PSRS 2017–special stitches sampler, T-shirt mat, reposse, and beginning of hat mats.  

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About GailB

ATHA Region 12 Website is a place for members to communicate with each other. Please contact me with any information that you want added (this could be about upcoming events or personal items). Let me know if you want me to add your Website or Blog to the links.
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2 Responses to Rug Hooking Blogs

  1. Debbie Clement says:

    Thanks Gail for another great post. The New Mexico information was so interesting. It’s always nice to see what others are doing in our community of fiber artists.

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