All-time Favorite Hand-hooked Rugs: Celebration's Reader's Choice Winners

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Stackpole Books, 2010 - Crafts & Hobbies - 139 pages
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  • Favorite rugs from 18 years of Celebration competitions
  • Includes original designs, commercial designs, and adaptations
  • Pictorials, geometrics, animals, and traditional rugs from more than 75 talented artists

    Never before have all the Reader's Choice rugs been gathered together in one volume. The best of the best, the rugs chosen by rug hookers themselves, these rugs were voted the favorites by the readers of Rug Hooking magazine in the annual Celebration of Hand-Hooked Rugs competitions. This inspiring collection viewed as a retrospective shows how rug hooking has changed and developed over the last two decades.

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    Contents

    Looking Back 1
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    Celebration I 6
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    Celebration II 10
    10
    Celebration III 15
    15
    Celebration IV 20
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    Celebration V 28
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    Celebration VI 34
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    Celebration VII 42
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    Celebration XI 68
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    Celebration XII 76
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    Celebration XIII 86
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    Celebration XIV 92
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    Celebration XV 100
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    Celebration XVI 106
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    Celebration XVII 117
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    Celebration XVIII 127
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    Celebration VIII 48
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    Celebration IX 54
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    Celebration X 62
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    Back Cover
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    Rug Hooking Magazine is the premier publication for hooked rug enthusiasts. It is published five times each year and produces high-quality instructional books written by the top artists in this textile field. Within its pages readers find start-to-finish projects, beautiful photographs of fine hand-hooked rugs, and informative articles on a variety of topics, from history to techniques to artist profiles. Find out more at their website: www.rughookingmagazine.com.

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