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**** On vacation for Thanksgiving. Any ORDERS coming in Tuesday, Nov 17, 2015 to Sunday, Nov 30, 2015 will be shipped in early December. ****

Supplies for Rug Hooking
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Hartman Hook,
8mm Ball Handle
For Primitive Rug Hooking
The wide shank and large hook is great for 8 cut and wider.  Also works for hand torn wool.  The ball handle fits comfortably in palm of hand.  4 1/4" total length.

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    Available on my Etsy site



Bleached Primitive Linen
60" wide


A bleached linen for primitive hooking from Dorr Mill.  Thread count is 12" x 12".  If you order more than 1 yard, your order will be cut in one continuous piece unless you specify the one yard cuts.           



Hartman Hook
8 mm Ergo Handle
for Primitive Rug Hooking
With the same wide shank, this handle has a "thumbprint" flat area for correct hand placement.  5" long



Cotton Monks Cloth
60" wide

Great for all cuts.  White thread 2" apart are helpful for drawing designs. 
If you order more than one yard, your fabric will be
cut in one continuous piece unless you ask me to make the one yard cuts


Hartman Hook
9 mm
 Pear Handle.
Extra Coarse

A slightly wider shank and bigger hook make this hook perfect for hand torn strips or 8 1/2" and wider cut strips.  5" long



Moshimer Hook
Primitive Hook for Beginning Rug Hooking
Good for #6 to #8 cuts


Hartman Hook
9 mm Ball Handle

Great for cuts 8.5 and above.
Nice wide shank opens up the backing to help pull through wide strips.  4 1/4" total length.







Heavy Duty 14" Hoop
Sturdy wooden hoop to hold your rug hooking project.   Sides are 1" wide.  




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