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This was my first attempt at hooking water reflections. I so enjoyed watching this rug come to life! I love the 3-D appearance…

My husband goes fishing with our black lab, Lily, every chance they get. Lily gets a bit manic whenever my husband catches a…

I grow artichokes. Aside from enjoying the tasty treats that they are, I love their shapes, as they grow, and then when they…

Barb-Ackemann-Blueberry-Dressed-for-fall

This kit appealed to me when I saw it at The Woolery in Frankfort, KY. But I don’t usually buy other people’s patterns,…

This was a fun design to hook because of its many motifs, all different. There was some wool specifically dyed for Marti’s Fantasy…

From the wool dyeing to the whipping and final press, this rug took a year and a half to complete. I was inspired…

Grace says, “I had three sons, all born in the same week of February. When the third son was born, my husband said,…

Grace Collette Dylan

“My grandson worked six years to get sponsored in skateboardng, and that deserved a rug!”

Based on a favorite lake scene where Grace’s sons love to hunt. This piece uses creative stiching, braiding and Waldoboro technique.

Shield-from-Illness-and-Evil

This scene depicts shielding Grace’s youngest granddaughter from illness and evil with the use of the same herbs mentioned as poultices in Beowolf…

Scenes-of-My-Childhood

When Grace was a girl, her grandmother would sing the words hooked in this rug to her. They are from the poem “The…