This beautifully crafted metal stand sits under your leg, its not a floor stand.
Used to adjust and straighten the loops in your braided rugs.
You can make a hooked rug using the punch needle method. For the finer cut hookers you can try the #14 "The Mini" Oxford Punch Needle, this size works well with the #3 precut wool stripettes and worsted or sport weight yarns . Each punch needle includes a 28 page instruction handbook.
You can make a hooked rug using the punch needle method. For the primitive hooker you can try the #9 Oxford Punch Needle, this size works well with the #6 precut wool stripettes and a bulky or worsted weight yarn.
Each punch needle includes a 28 page instruction handbook.
36" wide non-woven tracing material with red dots marking each square inch.
This DVD volume 1 brings the hooking lessons to the comfort of your home. It covers getting started, loop direction, hooking shapes and much more.
This DVD volume 2 continues the hooking lessons in the comfort of your home. It covers hooking outline & fill, fine shading, hooking with scraps and much more.
HELPS KEEP YOUR STRIPETTES NEAT AND THE DIFFERENT SHADES SEPARATED.
Overall Dimensions: 15.75"D x 17"W x 11.625"Ht. (7.125" Ht. on the low side). Maybe used with a Puritan Floor Stand, but it does require you to drill a bolt hole.
Overall Dimensions: 17"W x 14.5" x "7.375"Ht. The arm space between base and locked paddle is approx. 4", which is ample space for your use.
Overall Dimensions: 17"W x 14.5" x 7.375"Ht. The ball and socket base fits the stainless steel stand, as shown in the picture. The stand must be purchased separately.
Using this prodder you will work from the front of the pattern. Gene Sheperd tells the proper way to use this prodder in his new book Prodded Hooking for a Three-Dimensional Effect.
This stand is made to fit the Snap Dragon Highboy Ball and Socket Frame.
Nickel plated t-pins, used to mark increases or changing colors.
These needles are used for splicing the lacing thread and can also be used for lacing.
Helps to fold your fabric while you braid and will adjust to different weights of fabric.