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These frames are a product of ten years of development by their inventor Charles Fitzgerald. They are now handmade here in Northfield with the same attention to craftsmanship and functionality that made these frames legendary among the rug hooking community.

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Note from Jan 3/23:

As I peruse things left behind by my late mother-in-law, Phyllis “Nan” Nicholson, I find that rug hooking in the Nicholson family goes back at least a couple generations. Phyllis and her sister, Bev, learned rug hooking in the 1950s from their mother, Gladys Turberg, who started hooking a decade before them. Among her things, I found a newsletter by Pearl K. McGown dated 1946 and a lesson book filled with swatches of wool and outlines and designs by Catherine M. Craig. My attic is a treasure trove full of family history and remnants of their crafting--tubs of vintage wool, patterns and dyes I found in an old candy box, frames and hooks, notebooks of rug designs, and recipes for dye concoctions. Time to clean out the attic!
Soon I'd like to share this legacy with you by making these vintage wools available for purchase on our website. Stay tuned!

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