How to create perfect lettering for your rug hooking or punch needle pattern.
Including both yarn and wool fabric strips into rug hooking projects.
Varying rug hooked van gogh paintings.
How to transfer any type of pattern using red dot transfer paper.
Whipping the edges of a punch needle project using matching yarn.
Take a look at three ways of finishing a hooked rug project, including fold and sew, whipping with cording and tape, or whipping only with yarn.
From start to finish, working on a large geometric rug!
Repairing a hand-hooked yarn rug.
What is packing loops? How much does it matter to the amount of wool used in a project?
How to video on how to complete the loopy rainbow coaster.
Learn about the different types of backing/foundation cloth.
Learn about different cut sizes for rug hooking wool and backing.
The size of your rug hook can often depend on what size wool you use.
What happens when something isn't quite right with a rug? Do you tear it out and start again, or continue on?
Abstract hooked rugs are a beautiful way to use lots of color, and to experiment with color! There are many ways to create an abstract style rug, and here are a few ideas to get you started.
Learn some of the common problems that can arise when rug hooking, including calculating the amount of wool to use and fading wool.
What are wool sizes? How much wool do I need? How does wool size make a difference in the look of the rug?
Step by step instructions for rug hooking, photos included!
What is rug hooking, anyway?