Ontario Hooking Craft Guild
The Ontario Hooking Craft Guild was established in 1966 to promote the art and craft of rug hooking across the communities of Ontario. They have a membership of over 1000 fibre artists and are supported by 80 certified teachers.
Association of Traditional Hooking Artists
ATHA stands for the combined talents, creative energy and resources of over 4,000 fiber artists across the globe; and exists to help people express themselves through fiber art.
The International Guild of Handhooking Rugmakers (TIGHR) was founded in 1994 in London, England by a group of international friends who decided to establish a worldwide group involved in rugmaking.
The museum is located in Hubbards, Nova Scotia and house an impressive collection of Rug Hooked art. Every year the museum features 2 contemporary artists, one from Canada and one from the United States.
Neilson Park Creative Centre is an arts hub in western Toronto, that serves the community by offering arts based programs, events, and exposure to Canadian arts and culture.
Heartfelt Fibre Arts - Toronto
Hooked On The Lake - Godfrey (Kingston)
Karen Kaiser - Belleville
Martina Lesar Hooked Rug Studio - Caledon
Ragg Tyme Studio - Mannheim (Kitchener, Waterloo)
Red Maple Ruggery - Parkhill (Sarnia, London)
Willow Creek Rug Hooking - Westport (Kingston, Smith's Falls)