Quality Patterns, Kits, and Supplies for Traditional and Contemporary Rug Hooking

March Session

March 22-25, 2019  

Classes start on Friday at 2 pm. & end on Monday at 2:00 PM

Teacher: Carol Feeney

Carol Feeney

239-826-6590  carolfeeney2930@gmail.com

"I was introduced to rug hooking in 1984 through a friend while we were living in Pennsylvania.  I attended many Moving to Florida in 1997 really gave me the chance to experiment with brighter colors and tropical designs.   After hooking many rugs for the floor I started to experiment with various types of fibers either hooking them into the design or sewing them on.  I found embellishing my pieces with beads, buttons, jewels, etc. to be lots of fun!   Pillows and wall hangings lend themselves well to this technique.  I have attended and also taught at various workshops over the years.  After many requests to buy my patterns and dyed wool I started a small business supplying other hookers."

  

  

 

  

Teacher: Laura Kenyon

18 Southwinds Dr., Wakefield, RI 02879 (401) 932-6994 laura@rughookseaside.com

She taught in 2017 January class and word is spreading that she is a fun teacher who works hard to keep your rug your vision. 

She has been hooking for over ten years and is McGown certified. She especially enjoys hooking landscapes and seascapes, proven by the fact that one of each has been published in "Celebrations".  She welcomes any level of student from new to experienced.  The class is an open class for any pattern or type of hooking Primitive to Fine-shading.  Whatever you want to work on is fine with her.Here is some of her work

     

                                                                    

   

            

       

    Singular Seahorse

Teacher:  Debra Walland 

Deb Walland is teaching a beginner's class  Starting from the basics, this class is for anyone especially if you have never held a hook.  Working from a choice of two kits, the students don't need to bring anything.  If you can bring a borrowed frame or a sturdy 14 inch quilting hoop (not embroidery hoop) that would be helpful. Also, bring a hook suitable for a 4 or 6 cut If not, let her know ahead and she will provide you with a frame or hoop, and a hook.

She has written several articles for the ATHA magazine, and has had her rugs featured by ATHA and Rug Hooking Magazine several times.  Her rugs have been published in two books as well.  She enjoys color.  She goes by the "no rules" method but believes you need to know the rules before you decide to break them or ignore them.

  

  

  

 

General Information

Hotel room block is open for reservations. 

 Total registration is $405.00. A deposit of $85.00 the and balance of $320.00 are due now. Registration fee covers Friday dinner through Monday lunch, all gratuities including tax, teacher’s fees, classroom space with coffee & soda, and water. Students may bring snacks to share if they wish. 

There is an orientation on Friday afternoon.  There will also be a Marketplace on Friday evening for students to sell hand made crafts or used equipment or supplies.  There is no commission to the school, so please price your goods accordingly. 

Sunday is a Rug Show for the public, so please bring your masterpieces to show off

Prices may be subject to change.
Room fee (I to 4 people) $129.00 + 9.5 % tax – non lakeside & $134.00 + 9.5 % tax – lakeside .
Room check-in is at 4 PM or may be earlier.
1-863- 471-9400 or 1-800-531-5253 and state that you are with the March Scrub Hooking Workshop.

 2020 Sessions

January Teachers:  Diane Stoffel, Joan Reckwerdt, and Vivily Powers

March Teachers:  Sarah Guiliani, Carol Feeney, and Loretta Scena 

Dates, info, and pre-registration forms are available for downloading for January 2020.  Please mail them to Laura Kenyon.    Preregistration will hold your spot for next year without a deposit until registration opens.  Some teachers fill their classes very fast, so think about preregistering, please.