Folk Art & Friendship Class:  Rug Hooking

September 24, 2016


Class#:  FFA&F01

During this one-day workshop, learn the basic techniques and the history of traditional rug hooking and several ways to finish a piece.  You will also learn to transfer a design and how to prepare and cut wool strips. Pre-registration is required.

Two registration options:

Print registration sheet and send in (Click Here to download registration sheet)
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About the instructor:

Mary Lynne Naples has been hooking since 2001 when she retired from a 30-year teaching career.  She is a member of the Association of Traditional Hooking Artists.  She enjoys demonstrating at local events, speaking about rug hooking for community groups, and teaching beginners.  She is a member of the Woolwrights ATHA chapter and the Brandywine Rug Hooking Guild.

Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Class#:   FFA&F01
Class Cost: $50 per person