Learn two vintage rag rug techniques and make a sampler or 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. Social distancing etc. will be observed.
The final decision to go ahead with the course will be made in the week preceding the start date i.e. at the point where it is possible to assess the ongoing situation. Any deposit would be returned if course could not go ahead.
Proposed date for this course is now in April, hopefully after lockdown.
If you want to try rag rug making from home, Jenni makes kits and is happy to provide help and support by email and phone. Kits are shown on her website.
Please see venue website
You bring scissors and rags (more details from Jenni)
£65 includes light lunch, biscuits, beverages during the day
one day 10-5
Huntlands Farm, Whitbourne, Worcester WR6 5R
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01568 750229
“I hope to come on another of your courses next year - they are FAB!”Susan
“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.”Sarah