Back to Basics--Rug Hooking with Lisanne Miller from W.Cushing & Co. (episode 1 on Youtube):
Rugspirations: Hooking outside the Lines with Robin Whitford (episode 1 on Youtube):
OTHER INTERESTING SITES:
Two of our members are highlighted on this Global Rug Hub video.
Inspiration from Liz Alpert Fay Textile Art
Encompassing Designs: No Sew Hooked Christmas Ornaments
Hooking How To's
Cleaning your hooked rugs (from our December 2018 Newsletter)
How to Hook from Dorr Mill
Working in Ends Youtube video
Finishing Techniques from GMRHG
The Eaton Edge (Youtube demonstration by Doris Eaton)
Tips & Tricks Wool Studio
How to Calculate wool for a rug
How to test for 100% Wool from Dorr Mill
Cutting Wool for hooking from Dorr Mill
Washing wool for hooking from Dorr Mill
Tips and tutorials from Pinterest
Taking time to stretch your hands
About Foundation Cloth (may be purchased from the Guild store)
Rug Labels printing your own
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