Quality Patterns, Kits, and Supplies for Traditional and Contemporary Rug Hooking
Teacher: Sarah Guiliani, firstname.lastname@example.org Sarah is a certified McGown rug hooking teacher and Director of the ATHA Region 1 School South. She teaches at several rug schools thought out the United States as well as teaching several classes in her studio. Her goal is to educate the public on what a remarkable media rug hooking is. She loves working with students in all types of hooking from fine cut tapestry to wide cut primitives. She will suggest including embellishments to enhance the outcome of the hooked piece. In addition to custom drawing patterns, Sarah will also work with commercial patterns. This class will explore the world of all cuts ranging from the antique look to modern interpretations. Students should plan to work with a variety of textures, spots, and overdyed wool. The workshop will include current rug hooking topics, tips and techniques. Students may begin a new project or spark up an existing project. Several of her student have had rugs in Rug Hooking magazine and Celebrations.
Teacher: Loretta Scena, email@example.com Loretta is a McGown certified Rug Hooking teacher from Long Island, NY. She is a former judge of "Celebrations". She is a self taught Fiber and Bead artist who uses fabric manipulation, specialty fibers and hand dyed wool to create whimsical embellishments, that will add dimension and texture to your rug. She loves teaching an open class where all styles of rug hooking and all levels of experience are welcomed. This year she will also include a class called “going in circles.”Its a fun abstract technique using noodles and hand dyed wool.
Teacher: Karen Duncklee, Kduncklee@cfl.rr.com Karen has always had an interest in the fiber arts. Learning to sew and knit from her mother at an early age she constantly was creating something. Karen began her rug hooking journey in 2006 and accomplished the McGown Teacher Accreditation in 2012. She teaches rug hooking, rug braiding, and wool appliqué at her studio in her home in Ocala Florida. Karen enjoys dyeing wool, velvet and silk for use in her rug hooking. Karen owns Shady Hill Rug Hooking, and frequently is a vendor at several hook-ins throughout the year. Karen enjoys using many alternative fibers in her rugs to add texture, as well as decorative stitches for interest. She is currently learning to spin yarn and weave, another way to connect with the past and encourage a new generation of fiber artists. Karen will be teaching an open class for any level of experience.
PAYMENT OPTIONS:Credit card payments are accepted on the Seaside website www.rughookseaside.com (enrollment forms can be printed, and scanned to firstname.lastname@example.org OR Printed and mailed with a deposit check payable to Seaside Rug Hooking Company)
MAILING ADDRESS: Seaside Rug Hooking Company,133 Old Tower Hill Rd, Wakefield, RI 02879 Any Questions call (401)932-6994 or Laura@rughookseaside.com
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