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Category: All Categories: Sewing and Needlework: Rug Braiding and Hooking
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Batchelder, Martha  
The Art of Hooked-Rug Making

Publisher: Peoria, Ill., Manual Arts Press, 1947.
160 p., illus., index, 24.5 cm. The original edition of this step-by-step guide to crafting hook rugs. Stock#39461. Good+/ paperback.

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Crouse, Gloria E.  
Hooking Rugs: New Materials, New Techniques.

Publisher: Newtown, CT: Taunton Press, 1990..
ISBN: 0942391411 1st edition, 1st printing. 147 pp. Index. Fine book in glossy pictorial boards. No markings. One very light smudge on front free endpaper from price erasure. A very clean copy. Hardcover

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Kent, William Winthrop  
Hooked Rug, the : A Record of its Ancient Origin, Modern Development, Methods of Making, Sources of Design, Value As a Handicraft, the Growth of Collections, Probable Future in America, and Other Data

Publisher: Tower Books; Detroit: 1971.
Near Fine with no dust jacket Hardcover 210 pages; 8vo (9.25") 24 cm; Black cloth, gold lettering, 210 pages, 175 b/w photos in text, with captions. ; Complete subtitle: 'A Record of its Ancient Origin, Modern Development, Methods of Making, Sources of Design, Value as a Handicraft, the Growth of Collections, Probable Future in America, and Other Data'. Foreword by Will H. Low. Copyright 1930. This is a facsimile reprint of the 1941 edition. This edition 1971.; Only a touch of shelfwear. No marks, no defects. Lacks jacket.

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KENT, William Winthrop.  
THE HOOKED RUG: A record of its ancient origin - modern development - methods of making .
Publisher: Tudor, 1941-01-01.
Condition: Good+. Hardcover. GOOD+. Decorated boards, no jacket, bagged for protection, approx. 7.5'' x 10'', light stains and shelf wear.

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Mathews, Sybil I.:  
Needle-Made Rugs

Publisher: London, Mills and Boon Ltd., 1960. (1st Edition) .
128pp with numerous full colour illus and b/w diagrams. An introduction to the technique of needle-made rugs, which are sewn with needle and wool as opposed to being woven or hooked. Very good cond : good plus cond d/w - old taped repairs, small piece missing from upper front cover. 10 x 7 1/2 inches

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Purchase direct from: Keeble Antiques. Item number: 2130.
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North, Anna : Gladwin, Noreen:  
Rugmaking and Macrame - a step-by-step guide.

Publisher: London, Hamlyn, 1974. (1st Edition).
79pp with numerous full-colour, b/w photo and line illus. "Making rugs is easy, and none of the equipment or materials used cost very much. It is a creative hobby, ideal for those who enjoy a project which grows gradually, day after day. Any pattern which is sharted on a squared grid is suitable for adaption to rugmaking, abd there are countless sources giving designs which are ideal. This book is a step-by-step guide to start you both on this engrossing hobby, and the craft of macrame." Very good cond : very good cond d/w. 10 x 7 1/4 inches

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Purchase direct from: Keeble Antiques. Item number: 3265.
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Stone, Patricia:  
Portuguese ( Portugese ) Needlework Rugs : The time-honored Art of Arraiolos Rugs, adapted for modern handicrafts

Publisher: McLean Virginia, EPM Publications, 1981. (1st Edition).
118pp with charted patterns for 7 rugs and 6 pillows, 22 illustrations, 66 photographs, 21 in full colour. The Arraiolos technique is a counted thread type of embroidery that uses several variations of the long-legged cross-stitch. "An arraiolos has many advantages over conventional handmade rugs. Its 'long' or 'third' leg of the cross-stitch gives extra density and durability." Very good cond : very good cond d/w. 11 x 8 3/4 inches

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