Learn simple vintage techniques for making hooked or progged rugs. You could make a cushion or sampler, or start a rug. Hooking is used for pictorial detail - a thin strip of fabric, or yarn is hooked in loops through hessian backing. Progging gives a shaggy surface when small rectangles of fabric are pulled through backing.
It's traditional to use old clothes/bedding. It is a creative and therapeutic activity (and it's recycling!).
• There will be a maximum of six people in this class
• You will need a face covering
• Each studio will be cleaned before the start of the class. However, students will be asked to wipe down their workstation with sanitiser spray at the start and at the end of the session.
• No Food or drink in the studio
see venue website: www.newbreweryarts.org.uk
Bring scissors and fabrics (more details when you book)
£90 includes a piece of hessian
One day 10.00 - 16.00
New Brewery Arts
http://www.newbreweryarts.org.uk are taking bookings.
“Just a quick email to say how much Val and I enjoyed our day with you, we both feel quite inspired to have a go and Val is already planning to cut up Trev's trousers and jacket!”Annabelle
“Great Course - I am now hooked and rag rugging away merrily! Jenni's instructions very clear and tips on how to combine different colours and weights of textiles helpful. The day flew by and we learned progging as well as hooked rugs - inspirational !. Setting very pleasant with plenty of light to work by, congenial company and delicious refreshments, a real treat. Yours raggily ”Vanessa