Intermediate Rug Hooking: Open Session
Take your rug hooking to the next level. This is an open class, meaning that Carol will work with you on a project you are currently doing, any pattern you choose to bring from another source or you may purchase a pattern from her. She will work with each student individually to color plan, answer questions and discuss her/his project. Because of the nature of the classroom, large and open with several types of seating, students will have the option of working with the group for social rug hooking, moving to a separate spot to work quietly, or weather permitting, moving to the deck to work beside the lake. In addition, many sample hooked rug projects and a generous display of hand-dyed and mill-dyed ready to hook wool will be available for inspiration. Carol notes: "Many of us, as we evolve into 'hookers,' feel the need to tell our own stories with our rugs; family history, pets, homes we've lived in and favorite places." It promises to be a relaxing and creative three-day class inspired by the beautiful setting at North House on the shore of Lake Superior. A minimum of basic rug hooking skills and knowledge is required for this class. If you have never hooked or don’t have basic skills, we suggest Carol’s beginning rug hooking class in June.
Length: 3 Days