By Rug Hooking Magazine
By no means prior to have all of the Reader's selection rugs been accumulated jointly in a single quantity. the easiest of the simplest, the rugs selected by way of rug hookers themselves, those rugs have been voted the favorites by means of the readers of Rug Hooking journal within the annual occasion of Hand-Hooked Rugs competitions.
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Nunn Tiger, Judy A. Carter Trout Stream, Georgia A. Prosser The Gleaners, Linda Fernandes Bill—Circa 1931, Lee H. Work The Crossing, Eloise Mohrman CELEBRATION XVIII Emmy, Laura W. Pierce Albert Wile—Worm Digger, Suzanne Gunn Reunion on Quince Street, Lynne Fowler Leopard, Judy A. Carter Poppy Seed, Peggy Hannum Big Blue at Sunset, Mildred Parks Roche Harbor Tulips in Wool, Arleen Mauger Gently Down The Stream, Juanita Darnold For They Love Their Children Too, Patti Armstrong Looking Back on Eighteen Years of Readers’ Choice The Gleaners, page 124.
However, all of her dyes were in Rhode Island; the only thing available to dye with was tea. So Esther boiled tea bags in a Dutch oven, added the wool, and let the color seep into the fabric. When the color had set, she added vinegar to fix the color and let the wool dry outside in the sun. Esther had a piece of medium turquoise Dorr wool. She also had 10 pounds of off-white wool, acquired over many years. She decided to use as-is wool for the outside border, with the smaller border hooked in a bright turquoise over dyed with brown.
Celebration VI—1996 Earthly Delights, 60" x 43", #4- and 5-cut wool on linen. Designed and hooked by Lucy Clark, Fairfax, Virginia, 1995. Earthly Delights First Place Readers’ Choice—Original Design Lucy Clark Sometimes rugs don’t turn out as planned. Lucy Clark started with an image of her husband, George, picking tomatoes in his vegetable garden. Her teacher, Mary Sheppard Burton, encouraged Lucy to enlarge the design and include other elements of the Clarks’ country home. George is still the focal point of the design, but the scene now includes a shed encircled with flowers, and distant trees and mountains.