Get hooked on color, texture and design! Theresa Pulido introduced her fresh, colorful take on locker hooking in her first book, Hook, Loop a Lock, and in Locking Loops sheas back with even more fabulous, original locker hooking projects. Whether you are already a fan of locker hooking or new to it, youare sure to find inspiration in these pages. Locking Loops features new techniques, stunning projects and exciting new materials for locker hooking. Try your hand at these new designs for gifts, accessories and home dAccor. Every project can be customized to fit your unique sense of style. In Locking Loops you will find: 30 projects including rugs, pillows, tableware, baskets, bags and wearables like a belt, brooch, bracelet and more. Color stitching charts and step-by-step instructions to make each project a breeze. An in-depth technique section with an exciting new technique, ruched frames, which displays fabric beautifully. If youave been looking for new ways to use up the fabric, yarn and ribbon in your craft stash, locker hooking may be for you. And if you love projects bursting with color and texture, Locking Loops is definitely for you! Locker hook your way to a beautiful new project today.If you are not comfortable using the unspun locks, you can easily create the beard with some heavy ivory wool yarn. The face looks ... Cut out the template and secure the edges with glue (see Preparing a Shaped Base on page 18). 2 2 Frameanbsp;...
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