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By no means sooner than have the entire Reader's selection rugs been accrued jointly in a single quantity. the easiest of the simplest, the rugs selected by way of rug hookers themselves, those rugs have been voted the favorites by way of the readers of Rug Hooking journal within the annual occasion of Hand-Hooked Rugs competitions.
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The background is textured black wool overdyed with dark green, following the tradition of dark backgrounds found in the Victorian era. Ingrid used swatches for the flowers, leaves, and ribbons, and she spot dyed wool for the veins and the outline of the ribbon. Celebration IV—1994 L is for Lydia, 33" x 45", #6-cut wool on burlap. Designed and hooked by Patty Yoder, Tinmouth, Vermont, 1993. WILLIAM M. BISHOP L is for Lydia First Place Readers’ Choice Patty Yoder Patty Yoder loves to hook sheep, and she decided to hook “Lydia” (named after a great aunt with similar features) after receiving permission from the sheep’s owner to capture her on film.
Dyeing wool with a paintbrush was a new technique for her as well. Apparently, the technique was successful; visitors to Betty’s home often look at Sanctuary and think that it is a painting. William Morris, 31" x 44", #3-cut wool on burlap. Designed by Jane McGown Flynn; hooked by Kay Forbush, Middleburg Heights, Ohio, 1993. WILLIAM M. BISHOP William Morris Third Place Readers’ Choice Kay Forbush William Morris is named for an English designer of the Victorian era. Morris worked at the dawn of industrialization when mass-production was coming into vogue, and he was well known for his unique wallpaper patterns, textiles, silverware, and pottery.
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