72 of the year's best hand hooked rugs and 58 detailed
All 50 of Maryanne's lessons are offered here in this reissue
of a classic. Novice as well as experienced dyers will love this
book. Complete with how-to instructions and
easy to follow directions on every aspect of dyeing.
After you've mastered the basics of hooking and designing rugs, kick your
art up a notch with your own artistic vision and personal touches. The creative
approaches and techniques in this book will help you make every piece extra
special and uniquely yours.
Volume 1 includes basic dye skills, dye kitchen basics, prepping your fiber, solid vs. mottled
and much more.
Volume 2 includes spotting solids & textures, yarns, dump dyeing, stacked pots,
dyeing nylon, jelly roll dyeing and much more.
Volume 3 includes one color bleed, two color bleed, marrying colors, transitional pieces
and much more.
This book takes dyeing to new heights! Karen uses 20 unusual dye techniques.
All levels. 627 wonderful color photos, 256 pages, hard cover book.
11 master rug hookers share their secrets and helpful tips for achieving
professional looking edges with eight different techniques.
13 great designs from the experts. Patterns from handbags and purses
to totes and clutches. These projects are classic to classy, simple to complex.
The designers in this book are Ali Strebel, Nola Heidbreder, Linda Pietz, Jennifer O'Malley,
Norma Bastastini, Sharon Smith, Cindy Irwin, Susan Clarke and Jen Manuell.
288 pages and 844 images in this beautiful book, all about the rug hookers of the Deep South.
This is a great reference book for all rug hooking enthusiasts, fiber artists, folk art lovers, collectors,
history buffs and lovers of anything Deep South.
Create a one of a kind hooked rug of your favorite wild animal
or family pet. How to capture an animal's personality in wool.
This DVD gives you step by step rug hooking instructions from start to finish.
A beginner's guide to tools, techniques & materials.
Step-by-step photos, how to instructions and 8 patterns for
Karen teaches you the way to make beautiful marbleized wool using NO DYES.
A collection of classic and contemporary designs for the traditional rug hooker.
A photographic review and commentary of
North American hooked rugs from the 20th century.
Presented by The National Guild of Pearl K. McGown
One of the great voices in primitive rug hooking shares her knowledge with
other primitive hookers. This book includes 7 primitive designs and lots of valuable tips,
history and techniques for the primitive hooker.
Learn how to do a punch needle hooked rug with instructor Amy Oxford. A complete how to through every stage of the rug making stages, using the Oxford Punchneedle method and punchneedle.
A handy, easy to use book with the answers to all your rug hooking
questions! Full of information for the beginner rug hooker to the experienced hooker.
Starting with what type of wool to use to how to finish or hang your piece.
Someone is always ready to assist you at the Dorr Mill Store.
Just give us a call at 800-846-DORR (846-3677)