Member Resources

These resources are available to RHGNL members. Not already a member? Apply today!

  • Beautiful Wool, In the Dye Kitchen with Lisanne Miller/ Rug Hooking Magazine 2020
  • Chroma Craft/ Anne Ashworth
  • Creating an Antique Look in Hand-Hooked Rugs/ Cynthia Smesny Norwood
  • Design Basics for Rug Hooking | Susan L. Feller
  • Finishing Hooked Rugs | Rug Hooking Magazine 2013
  • From Rags to Riches, North Country Rag Rugs/ Rosemary Allan
  • Geometric Hooked Rugs | Gail Dufresne
  • “Home”: A Travelling Exhibit / Jackie Alcock, Editor
  • How to Dye for the Rug Hooking Craft | Doris Grice
  • Instructional Guide for Hooking Animal Flowers Books 1, 2, 3 | Pamela Jean Chase
  • Instructional Guide for Hooking Flowers of the World Books 1, 2, 3/ Pamela Jean Chase
  • Instructional Guide for the Hooking of Scrolls | Pamela Jean Chase
  • Locking Loops, Unique Locker Hooking Handcrafts/ Theresa Pulido
  • Making Rag Rugs, 15 Step-by-Step Projects/ Clare Hubbard
  • Natural Dyeing | Jackie Crook
  • Possibilities – Rug Hooking using Wool Appliques / Jackie Sheppard Alcock
  • Prepared to Dye | Gene Shepard
  • Prodded Hooking for 3 Dimensional Effect (edition X111 Framework Series | Gene Shepard
  • Rag Rugs/ Ann Davies
  • Rag Rug Handbook/ Janet Meany, Paula Pfaff
  • Rugs in Bloom (shading flowers in hooded rugs) | Jane Halliwell Green
  • Silk Stocking Mats/Paula Laverty
  • The Complete Natural Dyeing Guide | Marie Sugar
  • The Complete Book of RUG HOOKING/ Joan Moshimer
  • The Complete Natural Dyeing Guide | Marie Sugar
  • The Secrets of Primitive Hooked Rugs | Barbara Carroll with Susan Huxley
  • Wide Cut Primitive Rug Hooking (New) | Wendy Miller
  • Jessie Luther at the Grenfell Mission | Jessie Luther edited by Ronald Rompkey

Multi Media

  • Heritage Mats of Nova Scotia, DVD
  • Let’s Hook, an introduction to traditional rug hooking with Jeanne Field, VHS
  • Mrs. Belbin: The Matmaker, VHS
  • Ultimate 3 in 1 Color Tool
  • Studio Color Wheel


  • Cutting Board, Ruler and Rotary Cutter
  • 10 Hoops/ hooks (workshops)
  • Wool Swift
  • Cone Wool winders (2)

Wool Cutters

Wool Cutters can be borrowed from these following people.  Please use the contact form on the Branches and Directors page to make a request.

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