Locker Hooking: An American Perspective
Author: Marilyn Livingston
Locker hooking is a simple technique requiring no special skills, using a hooked needle and rug canvas to make durable rugs, wall-hangings, bags, jackets and other items. The process involves hooking loops of fiber (fleece or roving) through the squares of the rug canvas and ‘locking’ them into place with a strong yarn. The author gives her view on how to approach the craft. Equipment and techniques are addressed and there are color pictures of all the projects discussed.
- Paperback: 65 pages
- Publisher: Livingston (1997)
- Language: English