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  • Publisher: Stackpole Books
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 15 October 2015
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9780811714655
  • Stock: 2 in stock
  • Size: 216x280 mm
  • Illustrations: 0
  • Pages: 128
  • RRP: £14.99
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Crocheting Rugs


40 Traditional, Contemporary, Innovative Designs by Nola A. Heidbreder (Author)

Book Description

Turn your crochet talents—and hook—toward home to create decorative works of art for your floors. Showcases a variety of styles and techniques, from traditional patterns to contemporary looks for the modern home. 35+ projects range from quick and easy to more challenging and complex. Includes creative techniques for flat and shaggy rugs. Nola A. Heidbreder and Linda Pietz are sisters who have been designing, teaching, and collaborating all their lives. They knit, crochet, hook rugs, and appliqué creative designs. Nola works from her studio in St. Louis, Missouri, while Linda hails from northern California, but they get together to create as often as they can.

About the Author

About Nola A. Heidbreder

Nola Neidbreder has been teaching fiber art and handwork for eighteen years from her studio in St. Louis, Missouri, and across the country. She has written articles and projects for Home Companion and Rug Hooking magazines, as well as several books, and has appeared on local and national television news programs.


I cannot begin to think how much work has gone into this book. If you love to crochet and you want to make a rug then you really have to purchase this book. I really can't believe the variety of designs. The projects are split into sections;
Tantalizing Texture, Rugs That Tell a Story, Crazy for Colour, Tunisian Crochet,
Shaped Rugs and Alternative Materials. The patterns are all in written format
and are easy to follow. There isn't any indication of what level of crocheter you need to be but most of them seem quite simple and easy to make. My favorite has to be the "Proud Pines Sampler". It's based on a cross stitch sampler
and I love how it looks. The designs are so varied and I am sure you will find you a rug you will want to make. I can't wait to cover my house with beautiful rugs. There really is something for every household. It's well worth the money!!


Inside Crochet

Issue 75

There are fewer simpler ways to bring a splash of colour to a plain room than a vibrant crocheted rug, and this collection of 40 varied designs is sure to have the perfect project for your home. Patterns include popcorn texture, fun cross-stitched tapestries, colourful Tunisian crochet and some particularly eye-catching shaped rugs, such as a tropical pineapple and adorable terrier. Our favourite is the oh so clever sheep rug, which is sure to draw attention and ideal for all us wooly fans of the craft.

January 2016

Turn your crochet hook and talents toward your home to create decorative works of art for your floors. Many styles and techniques are offered from traditional patterns to contemporary looks for the modern home. Over 35 projects range from quick and easy to more challenging and complex with creative techniques for flat and shaggy rugs included.

Winter 2016

These classic and whimsical rug designs will have you scurrying across the cold floor to sink your toes into the warm fibres and delightful textures. The forty projects range from beginner to advanced and offer a trove of crochet techniques such as granny squares, shells, tapestry crochet, spirals, short rows and more. There projects- made with both traditional and unusual fibres, including yarn, cord fabric, weaving hoops and food packaging - will have you stash busting and upcycling projects you can whip up on a cold winter weekend.

Also by this author:

Knitting Rugs

Knitting Rugs

By Nola A. Heidbreder & Linda Pietz


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