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By no means prior to have the entire Reader's selection rugs been accrued jointly in a single quantity. the easiest of the simplest, the rugs selected via rug hookers themselves, those rugs have been voted the favorites via the readers of Rug Hooking journal within the annual social gathering of Hand-Hooked Rugs competitions.
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In the Victorian era, flowers were everywhere—in wreaths, bouquets, and garlands—and were used in decoration on everything: bell pulls, carpets, curtain ties, cushions, chair seats, wallpaper, ornate furniture, and knick-knacks. This overabundance of flowers could make a room quite overwhelming and busy. Ribbons were very popular and they went well with the floral décor. Baby’s breath was a favorite, giving a wispy effect. The ribbon Ingrid used as the frame, or border, flows around the flowers, adding weight to the edge of the rug.
Ancient Wall Third Place Readers’ Choice—Commercial Design Bernice Howell Arches have always captured Bernice’s attention. ’” A picture of an ancient Turkish wall in the travel section of the Sunday paper captured her imagination. Her husband made a slide of that photo so that Bernice could project the image onto the wall and transfer the design onto burlap. This was Bernice’s first hooked piece, worked primarily in shades of beige. She used tweeds, plaids, and heathers to mimic the rough hand-hewn stones.
Remember, when the initial jury judges Celebration they do not know the stories behind the creation of each piece. Linda Petech wrote about “Cowscape,” in Celebration I, describing her memory of pulling off the road and watching three cows in a meadow, and the endearing importance of cows to her beloved Wisconsin landscape. Cathy Henning paid tribute to her mother’s family memories with “Tales My Mother Told Me” in Celebration V. Bernice Howell’s “Best Friends” in XIII is adapted from a 1929 family photograph of her brother and the family dog, on the back step of their Minnesota farm house.