2014

December 2014 Rug News andDesign

Observations — By Leslie Stroh Observations — By Sarah Stroh Educating Children — By Umair Usman Designers’ Notebook — Bonnie S. Muxo and Roger F. Zwickel

November 2014 Rug News andDesign

Observations — By Leslie Stroh Walking The Market: Fashion And Style — By Sarah Stroh We Care: Caring For The Workers — By Leslie Stroh Designers’ Notebook — Carol Maryott and Cathleen Williams

October 2014 Rug News andDesign

 
Observations — By Leslie Stroh The Women In Rugs — By Sarah Stroh Women's Work: Afghanistan — By Umair Usman Designers’ Notebook – Stephanie L. Adler and Deborah Steinmetz

September 2014 Rug News andDesign

 
Observations — By Leslie Stroh Craigslist: The Buy/Sell/Trade Of Rugs — By Sarah Stroh Education In India — By Sarah Stroh Designers’ Notebook – Henry P. Johnson and Rita St. Clair

August 2014 Rug News andDesign

 
Observations — By Leslie Stroh & Sarah Stroh Child Labor In India: By The Numbers — By Leslie Stroh Education In India — By Sarah Stroh Designers’ Notebook – Michele Safra and Hilary Unger

July 2014 Rug News andDesign

 
Observations — By Leslie Stroh & Sarah Stroh Talking The Market — By Leslie Stroh Comparing Apples To Oranges — By Sarah Stroh Designers’ Notebook – Loren Audrey Taylor and Toni Knudson

June 2014 Rug News andDesign

 
Observations — By Leslie Stroh & Sarah Stroh The Power Of Warehouse Sales — By Sarah Stroh The Wash: Viscose 2 — By Leslie Stroh Designers’ Notebook – Linda Castle and Jason Bailey

May 2014 Rug News andDesign

 
Observations — By Leslie Stroh Bringing In Foot Traffic At High Point — By Sarah Stroh The Wash: Wool Viscose — By Leslie Stroh Designers’ Notebook – James P. Walters and Marcia Bryan

April 2014 Rug News andDesign

 
Trade Patterns — By Leslie Stroh EYE AM THE RUG INDUSTRY. WE ARE WATCHING: VISUAL CAMPAIGN — By Sarah Stroh The Wash: Tufted — By Leslie Stroh Designers’ Notebook – Lisa Wolfe and William F. Parker

March 2014 Rug News andDesign

 
Retailers’ Direct Imports — By Leslie Stroh andDesign – Women’s Rug Round Table — By Sarah Stroh A Reader Writes – Retailing Handknotted Rugs — By Richard Kirishian Designers’ Notebook – Nia J. Collins and Keith E. Miller

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