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Do you get lost in the details of hooking a pictorial rug? The design is usually very personal, a favorite scene, the family's vacation spot, or a celebrated event. This is an important rug and you want to get it right. If you are hooking a landscape you will probably have to hook ground and sky and a tree or two. This book will guide you step by step through the process o Do you get lost in the details of hooking a pictorial rug? The design is usually very personal, a favorite scene, the family's vacation spot, or a celebrated event. This is an important rug and you want to get it right. If you are hooking a landscape you will probably have to hook ground and sky and a tree or two. This book will guide you step by step through the process of dyeing and hooking sky. The techniques learned can then be used to hook grass, gravel or black top or any other ground. It's all about getting the light and dark values in the right place. Do that properly and the rest takes care of itself. This book will guide beginner and experienced rug hookers alike. Once you learn this method you will be able to repeat it over and over for all your pictorial rugs. Does the idea of hooking a pine tree overwhelm you? All you need is a plan. This book will break down step by step how to choose your colors, where to place them and even how to arrange your loops. There are no straight lines in pictorial rug hooking so experienced rug hookers may have to unlearn some past habits, but beginners with messy loops will have an advantage. Either way, if you know where to put the darks and the lights, the rest of the tree almost hooks itself. Stop wasting your time by ripping and re-hooking. Learn the steps once and hook them over and over successfully. This is the fourth edition and includes many color photographs and examples that are not included in the earlier print versions. The text of this digital edition has been reorganized and rewritten with new tips and expanded explanations. It is quite different from the print version and features full page color diagrams for each step of rug hooking a pine tree. You can position your eReader next to your hooking frame and easily follow along. Cindi Gay's award-winning rug, The Village of Pemberville, launched her career as a rug hooking teacher when it won Best of Show at the McGown National Rug Exhibit in 2002. The focus of her first workshop was how to hook pine trees. She feared that no one would leave the workshop with a believable pine tree. Teaching how to hook something is much different than hooking it yourself. She started writing a short handout. It turned into the first edition of Pictorial Basics: Pine Trees, Grass and Sky which has been used by many rug hookers to hook their own pictorial rugs.


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Do you get lost in the details of hooking a pictorial rug? The design is usually very personal, a favorite scene, the family's vacation spot, or a celebrated event. This is an important rug and you want to get it right. If you are hooking a landscape you will probably have to hook ground and sky and a tree or two. This book will guide you step by step through the process o Do you get lost in the details of hooking a pictorial rug? The design is usually very personal, a favorite scene, the family's vacation spot, or a celebrated event. This is an important rug and you want to get it right. If you are hooking a landscape you will probably have to hook ground and sky and a tree or two. This book will guide you step by step through the process of dyeing and hooking sky. The techniques learned can then be used to hook grass, gravel or black top or any other ground. It's all about getting the light and dark values in the right place. Do that properly and the rest takes care of itself. This book will guide beginner and experienced rug hookers alike. Once you learn this method you will be able to repeat it over and over for all your pictorial rugs. Does the idea of hooking a pine tree overwhelm you? All you need is a plan. This book will break down step by step how to choose your colors, where to place them and even how to arrange your loops. There are no straight lines in pictorial rug hooking so experienced rug hookers may have to unlearn some past habits, but beginners with messy loops will have an advantage. Either way, if you know where to put the darks and the lights, the rest of the tree almost hooks itself. Stop wasting your time by ripping and re-hooking. Learn the steps once and hook them over and over successfully. This is the fourth edition and includes many color photographs and examples that are not included in the earlier print versions. The text of this digital edition has been reorganized and rewritten with new tips and expanded explanations. It is quite different from the print version and features full page color diagrams for each step of rug hooking a pine tree. You can position your eReader next to your hooking frame and easily follow along. Cindi Gay's award-winning rug, The Village of Pemberville, launched her career as a rug hooking teacher when it won Best of Show at the McGown National Rug Exhibit in 2002. The focus of her first workshop was how to hook pine trees. She feared that no one would leave the workshop with a believable pine tree. Teaching how to hook something is much different than hooking it yourself. She started writing a short handout. It turned into the first edition of Pictorial Basics: Pine Trees, Grass and Sky which has been used by many rug hookers to hook their own pictorial rugs.

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