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Duncan With Braids I hooked this Duncan to get him out of my system; I call it my “Last Duncan” but we’ll see. …

The Baby Duncans These are three micro-punchneedle embroidery pieces (not rug punchneedle).   All are done with wool hand-dyed sock yarn and cotton embroidery…

Tyler’s Garden “Tyler’s Garden” was a piece based on the successes and failures I faced while completing “Study in Rose City”. I refined…

Study in Rose City “Study in Rose City” is a piece I began while contemplating possible new techniques for seamlessly incorporating hooking and…

Duncan – Pat Dodge Pat altered Duncan to fit the spot where she wanted to place it. Her lively adaptation, with its brilliant…

Oh Honey! This is the third bee-themed rug I’ve made specifically to show in the Bee House building at the annual Topsfield Fair…

Captain Bennett’s Final Voyage Some years ago, I contacted Pris Buttler to purchase her whaling pattern. She was happy to change the lettering…

Midnight Poppies I love poppies!! My inspiration for this project came from memories of my childhood. A portion of my childhood was in…

Dad I wanted to do a portrait and although many people had suggested that I start with someone I did not know, I…

Be My Love I designed this rug with the help of my true love, my husband, Bob. He found the font, which I…

Grampa’s Joy This memory rug honors Grampa doing what he loved, showing him when he was most happy-training his best friend, an English…

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