Learn two vintage rag rug techniques and start a project like a seat mat or rag rug. Progging gives a shaggy finish when small pieces of fabric are pushed or pulled through a backing. Hooking is used for detailed or pictorial work as thin strips of fabric or yarn are hooked up in loops through a backing fabric. Granny would have used old clothes and food sacking.
Warning: rag rug making can be addictive!
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You bring scissors and rags (more details from Jenni) plus a packed lunch.
£65 includes beverages & some hessian
1 day 10-4
Leysters and Middleton Parish Hall, Leysters, HR6 0HP
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““Hi Jenni, Couldn’t put it down…..phase 1 completed! So glad to be embarking on a rag rug journey. Thanks! ”
““I just wanted to say thanks for the fabulous workshop today. I’m just about to start working on the progging again. It’s very addictive! So many thanks for your guidance and your inspiration. With all good wishes“”Sarah