Written by Senda Eiko this book is based on the concept of self-teaching and instructional practices. It envisages the making of rugs using the method of rug hooking. Being a teacher, the writer walks you through the fundamentals of cushion, tapestry and doormat. It shows the making of rugs using the Danella Hooking Tool, a hand driven sewing machine for hooking rugs and decorative items. In addition, she has provided you with a number of relevant interesting essays, plus a bonus of 12 different hooking patterns for your personal use. Other names for the tool is: Danella Carpet Needle and Aladdin Carpet Needle.Über den Autor:
Senda Eiko is Japanese and graduated from Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music. At the time of publication of this book, she had 23 years’ experience in handicrafts: Active in handicraft schools, teacher in Japan Handicraft Instructors' Association, teacher at Asashi Cultural Center and at the time when this book was first published working as instructor in Danella Handicraft Carpet Association. Lena Dyrdal Andersen is Danish. She is the granddaughter of the inventor of the Danella Tool and daughter to the designer of the Danella Rug Designs. She has gently edited the book to make this 2nd edition book available to the Western World. For a presentation of the possibilities see this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=viGfyTU4cHE
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