HighonHooking

Rug hooking, a little less than traditional

Albuquerque, New Mexico | 3 Sales

HighonHooking

Rug hooking, a little less than traditional

Albuquerque, New Mexico 3 Sales On Etsy since 2018

5 out of 5 stars (2)

Announcement   Spring has finally sprung here in Albuquerque's high desert. Flowers (and all their pollen) are busting out all over! Hooking is too.

Thursday, March 21, finds High on Hooking demonstrating just what one can do with a hook and some old t-shirts and bedsheets. Rugs will also be available for sale at CNM-Central New Mexico Community College's Recycled Art Fair. Help CNM celebrate the final day of Recyclemania!

Think you might want to hook your own rugs? If you're in the Albuquerque area, High on Hooking can tailor a lesson or two just for you. Just bring yourself; we have all the "stuff" you'll need.

For more information on High on Hooking, please visit our website at www.HighonHooking.com.

Announcement

Last updated on Mar 19, 2019

Spring has finally sprung here in Albuquerque's high desert. Flowers (and all their pollen) are busting out all over! Hooking is too.

Thursday, March 21, finds High on Hooking demonstrating just what one can do with a hook and some old t-shirts and bedsheets. Rugs will also be available for sale at CNM-Central New Mexico Community College's Recycled Art Fair. Help CNM celebrate the final day of Recyclemania!

Think you might want to hook your own rugs? If you're in the Albuquerque area, High on Hooking can tailor a lesson or two just for you. Just bring yourself; we have all the "stuff" you'll need.

For more information on High on Hooking, please visit our website at www.HighonHooking.com.

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Getting high on hooking...

Here at High on Hooking (www.highonhooking.com) we do “less than traditional” rug hooking. That is, the mats and rugs aren’t necessarily fashioned using only woolen strips or yarn. I prefer to “up-cycle” my materials from old clothes (even t-shirts and jeans!), funky fabrics, old bed sheets, and notions like yarns and ribbon. Cutting cloth strips by hand to a fairly broad width gives each mat a bit of a rustic and bulky charm, creating something you can really sink your toes into. They look good on the wall and on tables too.

A relocation from New England to New Mexico in 2015 means that new images and inspirations are imprinting on themselves on my brain all the time. Join me in my “culture shock.” I think it’ll mean great things for my art.

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