Hooked on the Wild Side Over 75 photographs and 50 illustrations explain each hooking procedure
Close-up shots show specific areas of the animal's body to hook along with detailed step-by-step directions for hooking each section
In-depth information on drawing, designing, and completing a project
Rug hooking has been enjoying resurgence and is one of the fastest growing forms of fiber art today. Join talented craftsmen and learn to create an heirloom quality hand-hooked rug that incorporates beautiful designs with realistic animals. Hooked on the Wild Side, brought to you by Rug Hooking magazine, provides an easy-to-understand approach to hooking animals from beginning to end. Teacher Elizabeth Black explains everything you need to know about hooking any kind of animal. Take the guesswork out of the equation and learn to create exquisite, lifelike animals of your own.
About the Author:
Everything You Need to Know To Hook Realistic Animals
Elizabeth Black lives in Virginia, and her work has appeared in Early American Life and Rug Hooking magazines and various rug hooking newsletters. She teaches her method at rug camps and workshops throughout the U.S.
64 pages, 75 color photos.