Wednesday, June 22, 2011

YAY!! A GIVEAWAY ~ ~ ~


Thanks to Betsy and Erica of Heavens to Betsy, I am able to share these wonderful new wools with one of you lucky gals!  This past weekend Betsy was a vendor at the Kingwood hook-in here in Mansfield and she sent home this nice collection of wool from their new flyer! 

Leave a comment and tell me why you love being a 'hooker' and I'll send off a yard and a half (a quarter yard of each!) to a lucky winner!  You have a week ~ the winner will be chosen via the Random Number Generator site on the morning of June 30! This giveaway will be only for the U.S. due to the excessive shipping costs out of the country!!

Thanks and I'll be waiting to hear from you!!!
Alice

GOOD GRIEF!! For those of you who get automatic notices of comments to this blog ~ ignore the one the says 'i am alice' ~ I was trying to enter a comment from my husband's computer, to check out why some comments won't publish ~ but, of course, that one did publish!!  I was trying to figure out a way for someone without a blog to enter a comment to win this wool!  But alas ~ I'm no help at all!!! 

112 comments:

katie said...

I love being a hooker because of the great American history behind it.
I love how lasting the rugs are after made.
I have always love wool plaids, in fact I was married in a wool suit in 1961. The marriage didn't last but I bet that wool suit is out there someplace unless one of the recycle hooker women have found it.
Katie

Miccosukee said...

When going to estate sales at some of the old plantations, if I was lucky, I could score one or two beautiful primitive hooked rugs. I loved how they felt under my feet and always thought up stories of how they had been used down through the generations before I acquired them.

When my days as a small-time farmer had to end, I decided to try my hand at making my own hooked rugs. Of course my first mistake was buying a Claire Murray kit!

Thanks to the Internet, I was able to discover a wonderful world of talented women and men who welcomed me into the ranks of hookers. Oh what friendships have sprung up as I struggle along.

Thanks to all who have embraced me and the art. You rock!

Trisha

Ann K said...

Katie, I love your story about being married in a wool suit that might be upcycled as a rug somewhere now : )
I'm also drawn to the history of rug hooking and pleased to be carrying it forward.

Alice ~ Folk Art Primitives said...
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gshortt said...

I love hooking because of the wool, the classes,the rug designs and the hook-ins. I love looking for wool in thrift stores. Basically a shy person, I love the friendliness at the hook-ins. I love the feeling of dying a pretty wool color (won't talk about the ones I totally messed up.) I even love the smell of wet wool!
Gilda

Jo said...

I love being a "hooker" because of all the wonderful new friends I have met thru this creative craft.

Lisa said...

Hi Alice, How exciting. I love hooking because I love to see what I can create out of just little strips of wool. Thanks for the chance to win such beautiful wool. Lisa http://lisa-smile-lisa.blogspot.com

Myglorystars said...

Oh my Alice what a great give a way and thanks bunches to Betsy and Erica as well. I love being a hooker for many reasons, first of all thru the world of hooking I have met so many wonderful ladies that I simply adore, and that I have learned many skills and techniques from and very appreciative for that. I also love hooking cause I love wool, textures most of all, I get really excited over seeing new wools. I love seeing rugs come alive with each loop that is pulled, amazes me yet after all the rugs I have hooked. Thanks again Alice!!!

Julia said...

I guess this is one of those times that it doesn't pay to be Canadian hooker, heh!

Good luck to all you American hookers. Canada Post is on rotating strike here so the mail is not moving very reliably at the moment. JB

dee said...

Being a hooker has made such a difference in my life. As I get older, I can still hook.

In fact, gaining knowledge each year gives me more confidence and satisfaction with my finished mats/rugs. This is a wonderful art form for all ages... It makes me happy just knowing I will be able to hook rugs until.....

Dee

Chelle (Dana) said...

What yummy wools!!! I love being a hooker, as I love how all of those wools come together to paint a picture. I love seeing those wooley loops and how different the wool looks once hooked up. It's like magic!

Rugs and Pugs said...

Alice ~
I love being a hooker because of the wonderful friends I've made (that includes you!!!). I love the feel of the wool. I love just looking at it and I just love when I finish a rug, but I still hate the binding part...lol!
Hugs :)
Lauren

Julie said...

Lauren, you are speaking my language! If I weren't a hooker, I can't even imagine who I would be! It given such a wonderful world of friends. Because I hook, I go new places and learn new things. I love everything from the history to the warm fuzzy feelings. What a dandy give away Alice. It was great seeing you Saturday!

sandi said...

Hi Alice, I've been hooking since 1993 and love it as much today as I did on my first rug. It's so fun to see the hooker's personality in a rug! We all use the same supplies yet no two rugs ever look alike - what's not to love about that! The friendships made over the years have been very special, too! sandi setelzrow@grandecom.net

findusfaithful said...

I love being a rug hooker because I can make an heirloom for my children. And I love Heavens to Betsy's wools!!
Mary

LindaW said...

Why do I love rughooking? Let me count the ways. Beauty of the wool, the feel on the wool, the primitive patterns, the creativity,
the challenge, the friendships, the blogs, the relaxation, the history, the preserving of craft and I think I should stop since you all get the picture!

Kris Miller said...

I became a hooker because of the beautiful wool...I remain a hooker because nothing gives me more joy than creating something with my own hands....and I have made the most cherished friends one could ever want.

The Barn Door said...

I love being a hooker because it satisfies my creative muse! I LOVE painting with wool!!

Brighton Wool Gatherings at That'll Do Farm said...

I love being a hooker because when you tell people what you are a hooker, you get a really odd look!

But I guess the real answer is that I love the feel of the wool in my hands. I love to see a rug come to life as I pick the colors. And I love looking at a rug on my wall or floor and remembering the conversations with friends that took place over the rug as I was hooking.

Claudia said...

Rug hooking is great therapy. I love drawing a cartoon and watching it come alive as the wool is added.

Annie said...

I am fairly new to the world of rug hooking. I find that the projects that I try actually turn out fairly well! I've been in the gathering mode for quite a long time, looking for wool that I can not only use but afford. My local thrift store was little help. They said that they had packed up all their wool skirts, jackets, and trousers until October... OCTOBER? I find that rug hooking is a fantastic way to make the time fly and still feel productive. I'm loving it!

Linda said...

I would love to BE a hooker---an elderly friend made the cutest hooked animals but would not sell me any or teach me how to make them--sigh.......so I would love to BE a hooker and maybe this would get me started!! Thanks Linda

acorn hollow said...

right now I hook to keep my hands and mind busy. I always go to hooking when I need solace.
Cathy

Courtney said...

I love being a hooker because it links me to all the homespun artists of the past...like my grandmother who crocheted rugs and pot holders. My mother braided rugs. Both were artists and needlewomen in their own right and I want to continue that legacy. I love that wool so much and I can't wait for my move to be done...unpack my hooking stuff...and get busy!
Courtney

Lizzie said...

Well, I'm not a 'hooker' but I'm definitely 'woolly' does that count? We don't have the history of rug hooking here in Australia that you have but I'm 'hooked on sewing with wool and of course I love Heavens to Betsy. I just found your blog through their blog...loving what I'm seeing so far..
Lizzie
xxx

Beth Anne said...

I fell in love with rug hooking as a young girl. A school mates mother had hooked a stair runner for her house. She still loves to tell everyone about her husband's good pants that she cut up and used in her runner.
Today, she is hooking a rug for each of her grandchildren, based on a picture they have drawn.
For me, its hooking with friends at rug camp every year and collecting lots of textured wools that I love.

Beth Anne

Mimi Yanda said...

What's not to love about hooking??? It's my passion!

Paula said...

I used to be a beader. I don't bead anymore because of my vision. Everything I loved about beading translates to fiber art. I love the color, design and feeling of satisfaction when working on a project. Hooking saved my sanity!

QuiltingFitzy said...

I love being a hooker because I'm following in the footsteps of my maternal grandmother and her lovely sister.

I'm still building my beginner's stash...what's not to love about gathering wool??

Thank you for your generosity.

Jane said...

I love rug hooking because of all the wonderful people I have met that share my enthusiasm for the craft.
Jane

Gayle said...

I love being a hooker because of the color and texture I get to use! And the comradarie with my fellow hookers is great too!

girlmeetsworld said...

My friends used to make fun of my big fat sausage fingers but through hooking my fingers are now deft and nimble and ready to create!

Michelle said...

I actually am not a hooker....yet...my girlfriend just gave me all of the stuff to start...and my mom used to hook when she was a teenager....BUT...I use wool in all that I quilt and LOVE, LOVE , LOVE IT!

Thank you,

michelle

Sharon Retterer said...

Being a rug hooker is like digging in the warm dirt of my flower beds-it brings me peace. I love watching the piece come alive just like watching my flowers bloom. I originally only used solid colors of wool, but after seeing what the great hookers were doing with the plaids, I started using them also. They just add that extra pop to the piece. Can't beat rug hooking and flower gardening!

cmayn98071 said...

I love being a rug hooker for the creativity that can be done. To see your design come to life with your own colors.

Linda G said...

I love everything about rug hooking - the friends that I've made, the feel of the wool, pulling the loops, the ENDLESS possibilities that can be created and all of the camps and hook-ins available now.

Linda G

April DeConick said...

I love the unlimited possibilities...

Carmen Sutton & Jean Hohulin said...

While I am quite new to hooking it is such a fun fiber art. I have just pulled out my wool cutter and I think that I could just cut strips all day! It has also be a great source of wonderful friends and at the end you have a awesome product.

Sarita said...

I am a hooker wannabe. Why? Because you all create such amanzing items. I need a new hobby, and this seems to be something I'd really enjoy.

Monique said...

I love being a hooker because it is so relaxing to do and I love working with wools. It is also so satisfying to make something useful and beautiful with small amounts of scraps.

Linda said...

I love being a hooker because I love wool. I like primitive designs and hooking lends itself to creating primitive projects. I also enjoy the world of wool that learning about hooking has opened up to me.

Woolly Lott Rugs said...

It's all about the wool.....

Jeanne (RED) said...

Oh, My, Alice, (and Betsy)what a wonderful chance at a give-a-way! The best part, but there are so many, is the friendships you make that last for a life time. I met Betsy at a hooking retreat at Shaker Village in Kentucky at least 10 years ago and she became my "sista" in a matter of a few days. We have had some crazy, funfilled moments and have been there for each other in cloudy times too. We make it a point to see each other once a year, whether it is a camp together, a roadtrip,or at our houses, even though she lives in New York and I live in Missouri! And dear friend, Alice, I met at the same hooking reteat a few years later and we also had a connection. (As you know, she is definitely a friend "keeper," and a giving, fun person to be around!) Are you getting bored yet? So, besides these friendships, and many others, I LOVE everything about wool you ladies have already stated. Whether it is just gathering wool, hooking rugs, perusing and fondling wool, making penny rugs, quilting, etc. I use wool! Heavens-to-Betsy has the best wool in the country!
So got my fingers crossed and good luck to everyone! (THIS WAS TYPED BY MY HUSBAND, J.R, WHOM I DICTATED IT TO, SO AMONG ALL THE FUSSIN', I DO APPRECIATE IT, J.R.)
Hugs, Jeanne (RED)

Weslee Hursh said...

It occupies my hands and soothes my soul. . .

jen said...

Love the feel of the wool, the hunt for the wool and the satisfaction of seeing the rug complete...would like more satisfaction..lots of rugs to complete :)

rx2massey said...

I love being a hooker, a primitive hooker, as it conjures up the past...women creating something from nothing to keep their beds and floors warm....simpler? times.
I love that it is a tactile art...I love overdyed wool...khaki drab or tea/coffee stained. The simplicity of primitive patterns is SO charming!

crookedlittlehouse said...

I'm not a hooker, I just love wool;-)

Larkrise garden girl said...

I love being a hooker .Besides fun with wools there are all the friends you meet. Cheri

WoolenSails said...

My grandmother was a rug hooker and now that I am hooking, I feel like I am passing along her legacy with rugs of my own and ones that my children can enjoy, as well. Love those wools, textures are so nice to work with.

Debbie

Sally Van Nuys said...

Rug hooking is part of who I am - I have to hook. I'd rather give up TV, internet, and books and music than my rug hook! It connects me to times past and makes me look to the future . . . what's not to love? And the people who hook are just amazing and wonderful - we are all blessed!

anonymous said...

I love being a rug hooker because I think it is very relaxing and it allows me to be creative. I love wool and the way it changes after it is hooked. I just love everything about it!
Anna at ajkvoyles@gmail.com

aileen3691 said...

I love being a hooker because it so creative and relaxing. I can get out my latest project and forget the stress of a busy workplace. I love the creativeness of it because it lets me capture moments in time, a favorite place or pet or interesting people. Rug hooking is something that you can just not put down and forget. I find myself throughout the day saying that that would make a great rug and then going home to another adventure in hooking!

kelley said...

I love being a hooker because I can't paint...so many ideas swirling in using color...the only way to share them with others is hooking...

then there is the texture of the wool, I love looking at it, fondling it and hooking with it...

but maybe best of all is the friends I've made online through hooking...they have enriched my life more than any mountain of gold...

Juels said...

I am not a hooker, but a quilter. I do love looking at rug hooked pieces, though. And I do use wools in my quilting, and not just felted wools. Wouls love to be included. Thanks!

Jane said...

I love being a hooker because when I am sitting at my frame pulling loops, I feel the stress of the day slip away. I also love the process - the planning, doing, and yes, even the finishing. I also love hooking because it is something I do for me.

Take Joy.....Take Peace said...

Primitive hooked rugs fit right into our home and lifestyle and I knew I would love it. I love the simple art form of a primitve rug, I love the feel of wool, I love all the texture and colors, I just love wool. I take joy and peace in hooking.

leLoops said...

There is peace in pulling loops. I love being a hooker. Those who rug hook are just "happy hookers" indeed!

Connie said...

I love the creativity of it and seeing your design develop as you hook along. It is relaxing and exciting at the same time. Anything I can do with my hands that will be there for my family is special. Connie

Linda said...

Oh, Alice I am just loving my new found passion........rug hooking.
And to think you were the one that got me "officially" started!
And wool.......I can't get enough of it. And I also like the fact that I don't have to "squint" like I do with cross stitch!
Linda

Maria said...

I love being a hooker for many reasons...I love the process and the finished product, I really love all the Wonderful women I have met and the friends I have made through the art of rug hooking.

Pam P said...

I love hooking because of all of the beautiful wool! I also enjoy creating rugs for family members and friends that you know they will treasure for a lifetime and possibly pass on to other family members.

Rita said...

I love hooking because it is a great creative outlet for me. I love the feel of the wool. Most of all I love hooking because of the people that I have met.

Pat said...

Wool is the only thing I know that can make me instantly happy. When I have a bad day I just go to my wool stash. The colors, the softness, the endless possibilities. My mind starts to wander and it's so easy to forget all your troubles!

cody said...

I love the soothing repetition of pulling the loops, the creative process of choosing colors and the wonderful usefulness of the rugs.

dlpavlock said...

Rug Hooking is a great way to express myself because I can use all kinds of fiber to paint a picture.

woolwoman said...

lovely wools Alice and a lovely giveaway - I enjoy being a rug hooker because of the creative freedom it allows. I have been and still am a stitcher and knitter and being bound to a chart is taxing on the eyes and takes more concentration - hooking is relaxing to me - thanks Melody - mbryan10@comcast.net

ljsteele said...

Rug hooking is a great creative outlet, stress releaver and way to leave something usefull and "green" to your ancestors....

Wool-Stitches said...

I love rug hooking! I love the different textures in the fabric. I love creating with my hands and most of all I love the finished product!

bojo said...

I love rug hooking, it is so relaxing for me, and I LOVE the wool! All of the colors and textures, wow!

PatQ said...

I just yesterday found a hooker's guild and have never hooked before. We took a lesson and I think I'm HOOKED!

Kathy Villard said...

I am new to rug hooking but I am loving every minute I am able to work on my rug. I enjoy watching the colors create my rug. Also have met alot of new friends.

Kathleen said...

I have been blessed to be part of a wonderful group of ladies who encourage and enrich each other's lives every time we get together. I have found that there are no strangers among "hookers". No matter your rug design or skill level, your rug always generates lots of ohhs and ahhs.
Kathleen

Bobbie said...

Sorry, I'm late on this Alice. I have had a really hard time posting on any blogs lately..anyway..I love being a hooker because it has given me the chance to meet such wonderful people! I love the feel and texture of different wool. And I love that rug hooking lends itself to the freedom of creativity. Wonderful giveaway!

dulcy said...

Alice, thanks so much for your sweet comment to by bday post. I treasure you, and the way you are always there with some sweet special response to whatever I ramble about. Why do I love to hook? Let me count the ways! Actually, I adore the lovely folk art look of hooked rugs, bags, pillows, all of it! I've met amazing new friends through hooking, and that's why I started my blog.... just to share about hooking. Another new group of amazing talented friends in blogland. I love the colors and textures of the wool, and it's especially fun when someone not familiar with hooking is so surprised and full of wonder when they see a piece. Always, "What is that?" Then the eventual comment, "I would love to learn to do that!" I bet you get a lot of that also. Anyway, I'm a forever hooker, and so happy that hooking is such a huge part of my life!
xo
dulcy

Ter'e said...

To me, it's all about the way the fabric feels under my fingertips. Oh, I love the colors, the creating, the planning, the wonderful results.............the friends, the hunt for wool, the camps..................but when push really comes to shove.........I love the feel of the wool. I love the softness of the fibers and how happy it makes my fingertips.
(did you expect an easy peasy answer????????) xoxoxoxox

Princess Jackie said...

Love Giveaways:
I love hooking as I have found it is a great stress relief from the day. It has also opened many avenues to making many new friends. It has also opened up a creative side that I didn't realize I had.
Princess Jackie

Constance said...

I love being a hooker because I love working with wool and the feel of it as I work with it. Hooking is almost a lost art. Not too many still hook in the Utah area. I love the vibrance of the colors and the detail one can do hooking also. When I go places and see people in wool suits or coats I think, "Wow, that would look good in a rug!!" constanceoc@yahoo.com

Sandy said...

I love the new wool and your blog. I had never seen it until now. Being a hooker to me is therapy. I have a severly handicapped child and hooking is my out. It relaxes me, fills my need to create, and helps to center me. I love it.

Jackie said...

I love rug hooking because my late mom hooked and I feel close to her when I hook. I love starting out with a blank piece of linen and working with the wool to complete an "heirloom" Even if my boys don't quite appreciate those "heirlooms" yet.lol Alice thank you for the chance to win the beautiful wool!!

white happens said...

I love the hooking community! I find strength in the hooking family - and creativity soothes the soul! The smiles - the laughs - always at home at a hook-in.

Arlene said...

I love to see the rug "come to life" when you add each color and section to the rug. You can be as creative with color as you want and sometimes your "hidden personality" comes alive too!

primitivebettys said...

I love being a hooked because I love to create & Heavens to Betsy is just the greatest! :-)

NancyB said...

The love of working with fabric as art is in my genes. One grandma was a quilter & the other a rug hooker. I love quilts, but am passionate about rug hooking! It allows me to express my artistic talent (limited as it may be)by painting with wool & it is my calming therapy in a hectic world. I love being a rug hooker because it is a connection to my family's past and to the future interest of my grandchildren.

cheri hart said...

I love being a hooker because to me it is not only beautiful when finished but also very theraputic... I try to put a few pieces of wool in every night before I go to bed, it relaxes me after a day at the office.
AND I love Betsy's wools, they are the best!!!!!
Cheri

cheri hart said...

I love being a hooker because it is not only beautiful when finished it is also theraputic.. i try to put a couple of strands of wool in my piece before I go to bed, very relaxing after a long day in the office. I also LOVE betsy's wools they aare the best!!!
Cheri

susiedele said...

I'll never have too much wool!
Please put my name in the hat!
Susie

Jasminmoon said...

I love being a hooker...because of the feel and look of the wool, the artistic designs, the friends I've made, the hours of creating something that will last forever, playing in the dye pots, the wonderful friends, the colors, the relaxation of loop after loop.....I could go on and on....

Cotton Eyed Jo said...

I love being a hooker, because of all the wonderful other hookers I've met. Rug Hooking is relaxing and it gives a great way to upcycle old wool clothing. Primitive designs have always appealed to me, and although my style of hooking isn't always primitive in color choices, I still love the rug patterns one can choose from. Last but not least is the wonderful new wools available. Who would have ever guessed overdyed herringbone could ever be so beautiful? :) Jo

Trudi said...

I am a brand new hooker, so I am just learning about the craft. But so far I love the sense of calm it gives me. And I find it fascinating to see how various fabrics transform when they are cut and hooked.

Thistle House Primitives said...

Please enter me in your drawing! I love being a primitive hooker because there no rights or wrongs and nothing has to be perfect! Thanks for offering the great giveaway!
Terri

Joanne said...

Besides all the normal reasons of playing with wool and colors I love watching what becomes of my "picture" as the wool is being hooked - somtimes it looks awful but then you step away and get "wow'd!" Also i like hooking for the reasons there is so much you can do with no rules really! Love that! The friends I have met thru hooking are best also!

jennifer said...

I'm not a hooker yet but if I won I could certainly learn.

Wannaplaydollys said...

Please sign me up for the wool giveaway.

~*~Harvest Moon by the Lake~*~ said...

What a grest giveaway! I just love all that wool! I am not a hooker...yet. I started doing punchneedle with wool yarn and now wool strips. The next step would be hooking. I am always stitching penny rugs and wool applique. I'm always on the lookout for wool to recycle.
Enjoy your day,
Leanne

Tammy said...

I love to hook because I can let all my creative energy pour into every aspect of the project, from drawing up the pattern all the way to completion. It's a wonderful, quiet art.

Jaja said...

I love to work with wool. I mostly do penny rugs but have ventured into the realm of hooking. It seems to be a new passion of mine. I would love to win your fantastic giveaway,thank you for the chance. Have a Blessed Summer , Jaja

appleberrycottage said...

I just started rug hooking, but have been doing punch needle for several years. I love the small scale of punch needle, but rug hooking offers a different texture and on a bigger scale. I love looking at wool and seeing how it will look hooked on a rug!
Laura

Orange Sink said...

I could write a book on this Alice! lol! Rug hooking has opened up a new world I didn't know existed! Look at the people I've met and it caused me to start blogging also! There is no end to the creativity this craft can inspire! This past fall I even starting teaching rug hooking at the local tech. school. Who would've thought THAT would ever happen! Rug hooking is my therapy, my love! Oh did I mention wool?
Thanks for the chance to get more of Betsy's wool! The best wool out there!
Cathy G

Primitives By The Light of The Moon said...

Such a wonderful giveaway!
I love being a hooker because it feels my hands with joy as a I pull each new loop. Creating a piece of history that can be used today and hopefully cherised tomorrow.

Alice ~ Folk Art Primitives said...

This entry is for Sondra ~ she emailed that she couldn't leave a comment ~ I know sometimes it's impossible! So, I'm helping her out!!! There has been a great response to this giveaway ~ I'm amazed!!

debra said...

So many reasons.....the creativity and the friends I've made are just two reasons. Another is that I feel I am carrying part of our heritage.

debra said...

Two main reasons..the creativity and the people I meet!

Alice ~ Folk Art Primitives said...

Another entry for Peggy R. who has tried to comment and blogger just won't let her! I didn't want her to miss out on the opportunity for free wool!!!!!!!!

afda18 said...

I love being a hooker because of all the great people I have met.
Dawn hiemstra

Angie said...

I love the connection it gives me with other hookers, both present and long ago in the past. I also love the feel of drawing up little loops that form together into a picture.

kstehens100 said...

I love being a hooker because my Mom and Sister are hookers and we get to spend more time with each other hooking and dying wool!
God has blessed me.
Kathy

Alice ~ Folk Art Primitives said...

This entry is for Dalene!

Sharlene Washington said...

I love being a hooker because it is an art form that I feel I have some success at. I can't paint, I can't knit, but I can hook!

Alice ~ Folk Art Primitives said...

This entry is for Judy S.

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