Links & Resources
Rug Hooking Camps, Shows, Workshops & Classes
Facebook Group
A place where Rug Hookers and Fiber Artists can post upcoming Hooking camps, Rug Exhibits, and Workshops. Find out what is happening in your area! Enjoy!
Cream City Rug Hooking Guild
Located in southeastern Wisconsin, the Cream City Rug Hooking Guild is involved in educational programs designed to increase awareness and promote the art of traditional rug hooking. Bi-monthly meetings offer a creative environment for members to share ideas and improve rug hooking skills.
Foxy Lady Rug Hookers
West Suburban Chicago
Meets second Saturday, 10am-3pm, Lisle Station Park, Beau Bien Tavern - 921 School St
Association of Traditional Hooking Artists (ATHA)
ATHA stands for the combined talents, creative energy and resources of over 4,000 fiber artists across the globe; and exists to help people express themselves through fiber art.
National Guild of Pearl K. McGown Hookrafters
The purpose of the National Guild of Pearl K. McGown Hookrafters Inc. is to educate and inform the public about the craft of rug hooking. We hope that you will enjoy exploring more information about the craft.
Cindi Gay Rug Hooking
Hooked Rug Museum of North America (HRMNA)
The Hooked Rug Museum of North America was the dream of Suzanne Conrod of Chester, Nova Scotia. Together with her husband Hugh, they began collecting rugs and artifacts that would form the basis for a museum collection.
Lakeside Rugs
Lakeside Rugs is committed to providing the highest quality products at reasonable prices. They carry those hard-to-find items that help make the creation of hand-hooked rugs fun and easy. Watch for special pricing, free shipping offers and a gift with your order.
Rug Hooking Magazine
Rug Hooking magazine is published five times per year, and is available in some book and craft stores, and by subscription. The magazine provides high-quality articles and photographs about the art and craft of rug hooking, and how-to articles on techniques and projects. Rug Hooking readers are passionate about rug hooking, and they value informative articles about the craft and the people involved in the field. They also enjoy the high-quality projects that they find in the magazine.