Introduction to rug hooking Part 1

June 10, 2012 by
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How I hook my rugs, second part coming very soon ­čśë
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25 Comments on Introduction to rug hooking Part 1

  1. imblessed62 on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 2:35 am

    very nice work looks like very´╗┐ relaxing craft

  2. ghostofpaulrevere on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 2:37 am

    Wow´╗┐ you made those??? You are so creative!!! Gardening, building, writing, cooking, rug hooking!!! You should make a rug for Cooky!!

  3. dulce3tat on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 3:15 am

    Your really good with your hands ­čÖé I love to watch them work. Weather there in soil or´╗┐ mixing food or even hooking. I LOVE IT!!!

  4. momason74 on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 3:18 am

    Can’t wait´╗┐ to see the one with the tree. Very cool! Haven’t hooked since I was a girl..LOL

  5. ukgardener1 on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 4:17 am

    Months???? they deserve a medal lol´╗┐

  6. tabtui on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 4:53 am

    Awesome!´╗┐

  7. fleursdegigi on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 5:12 am

    Hehe Nice work!! Jane Olson and Gene Shepherd have some competition´╗┐ now! La petite poule est cute!!!!

  8. jihadacadien on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 5:55 am

    Lol, thanks´╗┐

  9. jihadacadien on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 6:37 am

    LOL! Yeah I have to build somekind of shelves to put my stuff in.´╗┐

  10. jihadacadien on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 6:41 am

    Yeah it came to me evntually lol´╗┐ And I added some more because ou really want the hooking to get really humid. And some people make room wide hookings, that takes like months to make! lol

  11. jihadacadien on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 6:58 am

    Yeah the waving through the burlap and´╗┐ the steaming does wonders. Still, a cat could destroy this in a few minutes lol

  12. jihadacadien on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 7:10 am

    Yeah plus t’s a great way to´╗┐ reuse

  13. jihadacadien on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 7:56 am

    eheh thanks ;)´╗┐

  14. jihadacadien on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 8:31 am

    Lol, he was´╗┐ in another room

  15. jihadacadien on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 9:30 am

    Oh wow!, I hope´╗┐ I get as much this year!

  16. jihadacadien on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 10:22 am

    ­čśë thanks! and yes I was busy´╗┐ -S

  17. StatenIslandSlim on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 10:39 am

    You turned into a Virgin Hooker..LOL Great´╗┐ Vlog!

  18. VivianRinSC on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 11:12 am

    The “place to store all your CRAFT” lol is where I mess up. lol. I have selective hearing at times. I’ve gotta crochet 2 or´╗┐ 3 baby afghans, got a small counted cross that I work on now and then, my scrapbooking/photos are neglected for now oh and yeah, my garden. lol. Nice bird.

  19. ukgardener1 on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 11:19 am

    The steamer is called an Iron but yours looks like it already has water in its system so why did you add water to cover ?
    P.S. oh my god is it not finished yet!!!!!! you have the patience of a saint´╗┐ Painchauld

  20. dalecalder2003 on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 11:29 am

    That is very interesting and I like your designs. I was wondering what would keep it from unraveling but I guess the pressing with the steam would stop that. Years ago I did a rug, about 3 by 4 feet oval, from a Shillcraft kit called Latch Hooking. Similar´╗┐ but each piece hooked is a separate piece of yarn about 4 inches long and of course the design is not your own original. I just googled and they no longer sell the one that I made.

  21. Rezist01 on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 11:31 am

    such a thing it´╗┐ is to make something out of nothing……

  22. mediamaker2000 on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 11:48 am

    Wow!´╗┐ You draw pretty darn good! The sheep rug is awesome! Nice work of art!

  23. BartleyJ on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 12:30 pm

    Wheres´╗┐ the dog?!?!

  24. BartleyJ on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 12:37 pm

    BTW, we got over´╗┐ 100 pounds of tomatoes from the greenhouse so far this year.

  25. BartleyJ on Sun, 10th Jun 2012 1:15 pm

    Hey! you’re´╗┐ back! Cool! Greetings from Arizona.

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