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Locker Hooking is a fast, easy craft for all ages. The technique involves drawing yarn, roving, wool top or fabric strips through a rug canvas with the Locker Hook which has a hook at one end and an eye on the other end. An excellent way to use leftover yarn, fibers or quilters use leftover strips of cloth. Also known as Anchored Loop rug hooking. You can make any size item from hot pads to rugs, pillows, wall hangings, vests or handbags.
|Locker Hooking Starter
contains Locker Hook, Directions Brochure and Sampler Size Canvas plus a page of colored photos of technique and finished pieces.
Starter Kit is $8.95
A sampler done with 2 strands of worsted weight yarn.
See Locker Hooking Technique for more pictures.
The rug on the right is made with wool processed into roving,
done by Suzanne Higgs.
It makes a wonderful cushion for your feet. You can see another by Suzanne on Pictures page 5.
See the picture of a rug done with fabric strips by Roxanne Dennis.
Two more designs are in the Your Pictures section, look for eight grader Nathan Fergeson project on page 3 and on page 4 is Martha McGrath's sheep rug.