Friday, January 30, 2015

Book List

This is a list of books owned by the Guild. They are available for members to borrow.

Better Homes and Gardens. Rug Making, Meredith Corporation, 1978.

Black, Elizabeth. Hooked on the Wild Side, Rug Hooking Magazine, 2004.

Bonanomi, Maggie. A Day at Sunny Brook: Primitive Projects to Recall Home Life in the 1800’s.  Kansas City Star Books, 2012.

Bonanomi, Maggie. Book of Days: Create Your Own Primitive Book Full of Days. Kansas City Star Books, 2011.

Bonanomi, Maggie. Button Wood Farm: 19 New Primitive Projects. Kansas City Star Books, 2011.

Bonanomi, Maggie. Comfort Zone: More Primitive Projects for You and Your Home.
Kansas City Star Books, 2010.

Bonanomi, Maggie.  Nature’s Offerings: Primitive Projects Inspired by the Four Seasons.  Kansas City Star Books, 2009.

Bonanomi, Maggie. With These Hands: 19th Century-Inspired Primitive Projects for Your Home.  Kansas City Star Books, 2008.

Davies, Ann. Rag Rugs: How to Use Ancient and Modern Rug-Making Techniques to Create Rugs, Wallhangings, Even Jewelry – 12 Projects. Henry Holt & Company, New York, 1994.

Finishing Hooked Rugs: Favorite Techniques from the Experts.
Rug Hooking Magazine, Stackpole Books, 2013.

Krull, Betty with Susan Huxley, The Secrets of COLOR in Hand-Hooked Rugs: Your Complete Guide to Selecting and Using Color. Rug Hooking Magazine, 2004.

Projects for Fiber Art Lovers. Rug Hooking Magazine & The Quilter Magazine, 2006.

Reakes, Lizzie. Beautiful Ragwork. St. Martin’s Press, New York, 2002.

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