HIGH ON HOOKING

Cool Resources and Links for Rug Lovers

We need one another to learn this art we call rug hooking. Here's Jessie Turbayne giving a quick evaluation of a rug at the Charles River Guild's hook-in a few years ago in Dover, MA.

We need one another to learn this art we call rug hooking. Here’s Jessie Turbayne giving a quick evaluation of a rug at the Charles River Guild’s hook-in a few years ago in Dover, MA.

During my day I come across all kinds of interesting tidbits of information, the kinds of things that can help me or another hooker with our art. Or a great saying or even a book that fits totally with what I’m feeling at that moment. Other days it’s something that a would-be customer or a wanna-be hooker might find interesting: Are there other styes of hooking out there? Other rugs and artists that might – God forbid! – speak to me even more strongly? If you’re looking for something like that, this is your place. Here or on my Pinterest page, frankly. (I find that a convenient parking place.) Enjoy the links and know that the page is a work in progress. If you come up with something I should include, drop me a line. (PS: I’m happy to share other artists’ websites, especially if you’ll repay the favor.)

You’ll find all kinds of info and links to other hookers and ancillary suppliers on our Facebook page. Don’t miss it. Like it please!

Always under construction… And please check websites to make sure all info is current!

 

Some of my suppliers:

Rug Hookers/Studios I love (even if I’ve only managed to visit most virtually):

“Authorities” on rug hooking:

Blogs and Newsletters I read:

 

 

 

 

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