patterns, wool, and other needfuls for rug hooking
|If you have hooked one of my designs, please email a picture of
your finished piece to me and I will post it on the Gallery Page.
Check this page occasionally to see who has had a rug posted.
|OLD SALTBOX 12X22 28.00+SH
This is a new pattern now
available for purchase. This one
was hooked by Janice SIngleton
of Ware, MA. Janice used a #9
cut wool and finished with a
|I have to say I am so late in updating this page. The
Maine hookin is over and I have recuperated enough to
start getting ready for the rug show in South
Woodstock CT. on June 22. We had a great time at the
Camp Wool hookin and there were so many hookers
there doing great things. Thank you to Leann for
another great hookin.
Please note that rug hooking classes are over until Fall.
Also the flyers went out in the mail for our October 30th
hookin at Salem Cross Inn in West Brookfield. If you
do not receive one or you aren't on the list to receive
one give me a call. Please note that the hookin is
usually fully booked in just over a weeks time once
flyers go out. So please do get your form in.
As usual there are no regular shop hours, but I am here
most week days, but do call to make sure I am here
and the shop is open. Also it will be open either
Saturday or Sunday of each week but not both.
Thanks for stopping in and if I can help with any
questions you may have about an item you can call at
(413)967-4970 or send an email to
classes are over for
the summer. See
you in the Fall.
|WM-J 15X24 28.00+SH
This pattern was hooked with #8 cut wool strips. The background is a
combination of several dark blue textures. The basket and the other
motifs are hooked with several blues to add texture. The flowers are
different off whites. I used a dirty white, almost khaki white for one
flower and for a couple of the half round circles just to break up all the
off white. The braided edge is a dark blue, a medium blue and the khaki
|Check out the needfuls page for newly listed rug
labels made by Beverly Karcher of NJ. A great
way to label your hooked piece with your name,
date, pattern name, and pattern designer.
To all who have left a self addressed stamped envelope
to receive a hookin flyer, the flyers for the 13th annual
hookin at Salem Cross Inn went out today. 165 flyers went
out. Get your registration in quickly. Anyone who needs a
flyer to register for the hookin, call me at 413-967-4970.
Sorry no phone or email registrations. All registrations
are accepted as they come in with your form filled out
only. I want to be fair to everyone. Thank you for your
|Old Saltbox and Pear Tree