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Rug Hooking Tools and Supplies
Just what you need to get started or to continue your rug hooking journey . . .
Primitive Linen Foundation
Great quality, Dorr Mill, 100% linen rug foundation. A great primitive natural color - I love this backing!
36 x 64 inches wide. Order in full or half yards. 3 yards left
Folk ‘n’ Fiber Catalog
All the designs I have available in Rug Hooking and Punch Needle, plus supplies for both. Send one with a gift certificate for a unique gift.
Note: both catalogs are now combined for one low price.
I can email a pdf file for you to print or view at home, or you can have a printed catalog sent via USPS.
This sheer interfacing-type fabric has red dots every inch to help transfer your pattern straight on your backing. Trace pattern onto red dot tracer, then lay tracing on rug backing and trace again with Sharpie; lines bleed through to backing and you have a permanent pattern on the red dot tracer for use again.
Each piece measures 36 x 36” – 100% Nylon - thin
Primitive Moshimer Hook
Primitive Moshimer rug hook. Use for hooking wide-cut wool strips (#6 and up). Hardwood handle and stainless steel shank and hook. Comfortable & easy, like an old friend!
Primitive Rug Hooking - Tutorial Booklet Series
Set of five booklets written by Sally Van Nuys, each explaining a separate aspect of rug hooking. An excellent teaching tool for rug hooking instructors and beginning students of rug hooking. Information in each subsequent booklet builds on the information presented in the booklet before it. A great reference for your book shelf.
Choose the booklet you want, or order the entire set and save $5.00!
Booklet 1: History & How-To Instructions
Booklet 2: All About Wool
Booklet 3: Finishing Edges and Caring for Your Rugs
Transfer Pen that easily transfers designs permanently onto your rug foundation (or fabric, canvas, stabilizers, wood or just about any surface where a hot iron can be used.) Trace over a paper pattern, lay tracing face down on foundation and iron with a hot iron. Tracing is transferred to the foundation.