Rag rug making at Museum of Carpet

Rag rug making at Museum of Carpet
Rag wreath using vintage rug technique

Course Overview

Learn the traditional technique of podging strips of fabric through hessian backing to make a festive wreath. It could be used later for rugs, wall hangings and seat mats. Recycle your old clothes like granny did. A wreath is a manageable size for your first shaggy project.
By popular demand the 14 Nov. workshop will be to make a festive wreath using the progging technique.

Suitability

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced

Access Information

see venue website.

Special Requirements

bring scissors and rags (more info from Jenni). You can use flimsy, lurex scarves if you like.

Cost

£40

Duration

10-4

Venue

The Museum of Carpet, Mill Lane, Kidderminster DY10 1AZ

Visit Venue Website

Booking Info

To book a place ring 01562 69028. Tickets must be purchased in advance by sending a cheque to the Museum or calling in and paying at reception. Unfortunately we do not have the ability to pay over the phone or on the website yet.

Testimonials

““Little projects are giving me the feeling of satisfaction. Thanks for your encouragement. A true teacher. ( I am a retired SN teacher)” ”
Jean Campbell