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Locker Hooking with Wrapped Edges

Here's a neat idea for treating edges that adds texture- a great way to finish a rug or mat design. Use jute twine, bamboo cord or cotton cords to wrap.…

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Posted by Theresa Pulido---colorcrazy.com on April 10, 2015 at 11:00am

A Locker Hooked Pumpkin Jar

I've been wanting to try curved shapes to make a basket or curved tote so I just had to try this idea for a Pumpkin Jar. 

See some of the steps below. I have a free Pumpkin Jar pattern if you're up for…

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Posted by Theresa Pulido---colorcrazy.com on October 20, 2014 at 2:34pm

Wide boarders

Any one do wide boarders and have any advise for corners

Posted by vonnie on February 8, 2014 at 12:53pm — 1 Comment

Craft Month Giveaway--Tote Bag with Painted Canvas

In honor of Craft Month, Color Crazy is giving away a locker hooking kit for the Tropical Tote. The kit includes all materials to locker hook a tote bag with exposed painted canvas including: canvas, flannel strips, rattan handles, and Lumiere paint. A drawing will be held for all customers that make a purchase during the month of March, and the winner announced during the first week in April.

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Posted by Theresa Pulido---colorcrazy.com on March 11, 2013 at 12:00pm

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Top 10 Locker Hooking Tips

Started by Theresa Pulido---colorcrazy.com Apr 9.

Rugs 10 Replies

Started by Tammy O'Brien. Last reply by Juliet Thorne Mar 24.

Getting started with the basics 8 Replies

Started by Marianne VanDommelen. Last reply by Pattie Frey Mar 24.

Framing Locker Hooked Edges

There are various creative ways to do this. Read more on the gocolorcrazy.com blog:

 

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Linda Jeffrey left a comment for Eileen
"Hello Eileen, I too am from Canada. I'm also struggling to locate a supplier of locker hooks with in Canada. I'm wondering if you were successful with this endeavour? If so, where did you locate these? I have fabricated my own hook, but it…"
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Theresa Pulido---colorcrazy.com posted a blog post

Locker Hooking with Wrapped Edges

Here's a neat idea for treating edges that adds texture- a great way to finish a rug or mat design. Use jute twine, bamboo cord or cotton cords to wrap.See More
Apr 10
Pat Bell is now a member of Locker Hooking
Apr 10
Theresa Pulido---colorcrazy.com commented on Kathy Koeslin's photo
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Locker hooked purse

"Very cool. Is this made from t-shirt strips?"
Apr 9
Theresa Pulido---colorcrazy.com commented on Kathy Koeslin's photo
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Locker hooked purse

"This one is a favorite. I've seen it on Etsy. Great design!"
Apr 9
Theresa Pulido---colorcrazy.com commented on Kathy Koeslin's photo
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Locker hooked purse

"Kathy, I love this. I'm in the midst of creating some tote bag patterns and was just thinking it would be so great to have a few with panels sewn to fabric. Great design and gorgeous color combo on this one!"
Apr 9
Theresa Pulido---colorcrazy.com posted a discussion

Top 10 Locker Hooking Tips

Just wrote a blog post: "Top 10 Locker Hooking Tips" and posted today. Have a look and let me know what you think and if you have any questions. Here's the list of titles:#1  Proper Strip Width or Fiber Weight#2  Securing Your Edges#3  Framing#4  Consistent Loop Height#5  Navigating Tight Corners: Be Gentle  :)#6  Full Lofty Loops#7  Finishing Small Projects#8  Creating Direction with Locking Medium#9  Loops: Smooth or Crunchy?#10 Stitches & Locker HookingRead complete article / blog post…See More
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