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Design Basics for Rug Hookers
     

Design Basics for Rug Hookers

by Rug Hooking Magazine (Editor), Susan L. Feller
 

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"Brilliant ... a go-to guide for my students. Congratulations on a job very well done." --Wendie Scott Davis, teacher and fiber artist

"I am enchanted with the entire book." --Katie Simonson, rug hooker

"[This book] has to become one of the greatest tools in designing a piece. The information is priceless." --Francine Even, textile artist

"Fresh ideas so clearly

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"Brilliant ... a go-to guide for my students. Congratulations on a job very well done." --Wendie Scott Davis, teacher and fiber artist

"I am enchanted with the entire book." --Katie Simonson, rug hooker

"[This book] has to become one of the greatest tools in designing a piece. The information is priceless." --Francine Even, textile artist

"Fresh ideas so clearly presented." --Tracey Gillman, ATHA Biennial organizer

  • Design elements every rug hooker should know
  • How to develop an appealing design
  • Lessons on color and contrast, balance and movement
  • Texture and patterning as design tools
  • Free pattern pullout
  • Rug gallery
  • Product Details

    ISBN-13:
    9781881982777
    Publisher:
    Rug Hooking Magazine
    Publication date:
    11/03/2011
    Pages:
    96
    Product dimensions:
    7.90(w) x 10.70(h) x 0.30(d)

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    Meet the Author

    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.

    Susan L. Feller is internationally known as a fiber artist and teacher. She teaches at rug hooking workshops and schools around the country and in her home studio in Augusta, West Virginia. A frequent contributor to Rug Hooking Magazine, she serves on the executive board of national and international rug hooking associations ATHA and TIGHR.

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