Learn traditional hand hooked rug techniques – you will learn everything you’ll need to know to finish the pattern at home. March 23, 2024 from 9:30 am – 4:00pm (Ages 18+)
The historic art of traditional hand hooked rugs has been admired since colonial times. Like many forms of art, hooked rugs were made out of necessity, utilizing scraps and upcycling. By pulling up one loop at a time you can create a beautiful 8” by 8” heirloom textile. This class is for the adventurist beginner. The cost of the kit is $70.00 which contains a pattern drawn on linen, a rug hooking frame, a hook, binding to finish off the back and hand dyed cut wool. In class you will learn everything you need to know to complete the pattern at home.
Juliana is a certified rug hooking teacher whose main objective is to teach students to create their own textile art. She finds that the slow aspect of rug hooking and creating very healing. Her early formal training is in advertising and design. Currently, she teaches adults in her home, at Tyler Park Center for the Arts, at The Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen, in Lancaster and at Regina Marie Designs Fine Arts & Crafts Gallery. She has also taught homeschool classes in both rug hooking and dyeing. She is proud to have had her rugs published in Celebration of Hand Hooked Rugs 20, Celebration of Hand Hooked Rugs
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It is her joy to help you fabricate art. To see more of her work visit www.jkfabricateart.com