To order "Flowers, Leaves & Scrolls" a detailed, color reference booklet with instructions on how to hook flowers, leaves, scrolls, rose maling designs and including dyes formulas send $18.50 plus postage.
 

 

Announcement: I have recently sold my design portion of the business so I can concentrate on custom designing and workshops.  Jacqueline Hansen Designs may now be ordered directly through www.rughookseaside.com .

Halycon Yarn is a local yarn shop we use to finish our rugs.  Please visit their website for your yarn supplies. http://halyconyarn.com/reflinks.htm


 

In 1968, on the suggestion of a friend, I enrolled in a rug hooking class at Berry's of Maine, a rughooking and needlecraft supply shop in Yarmouth, Maine. Unbeknownst to me that a few years later I would buy that business and merge it with my established interior decorating business. For the last twenty years I have concentrated in the art and trade of traditional rug hooking.

Having studied at the Massachusetts School of Art and teaching in that field in New York, teaching rug hooking came naturally. In my early years, I taught at the YWCA in Portland, Maine. Currently I conduct classes and workshops in my shop, The 1840 House, and at workshops and seminars held around the country.

 

Sculptured Rugs in Waldoboro Style
by Jacqueline Hansen, with Trudy Brown
Jacqueline Hansen, an artist and teacher from Scarborough, Maine, has revived the traditional art of Waldoboro rug hooking.  Now, her antique rugs and original creations are displayed in color in the first full-size publication on Waldoboro hooking.  The book ($19.95) will feature tips for the beginning Waldoboro artist and designs and directions that will appeal to rug hookers at all levels of expertise.