Traditional Rug Hooking
Time – 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Mixing up your fibres.
Hook a small landscape using multiple fibres such as rug hooking wool strips, hand spun yarn, roving, curly locks, silk, acrylic fancy yarns, and panty hose (nylons). Anything goes! A kit will be available for $25.00 which includes backing (cotton rug warp approx. 20 “ x 20”), and a variety of fibres for rug hooking.
Workshop Fee: $35
Materials Fee: $25
Materials to Bring: Rug Hook, frame or hoop, and sharp scissors
Instructor: Janice Daniels
I received my Certification from the Teachers’ Branch of the Ontario Hooking Craft Guild in 2003 after completing a 2 year Teacher Training Program, Graduated with Honours at St. Lawrence College in Fibre Arts – Traditional Rug Hooking in 2009; Teacher for McGown Certification in the United States 2016.
I currently teach in Trenton and Campbellford, Ontario. I have also taught week long and weekend workshops at Loyalist College in Belleville, the Green Mountain Rug Hooking School in Vermont, U.S.A., Trent School of Rug Hooking in Peterborough, Ontario, Ontario Hooking Craft Guild School in Ancaster, Ontario, and various Branches of the Ontario Hooking Craft Guild.
I have held positions on the Boards of the Ontario Hooking Craft Guild, Teachers Branch of the Ontario Hooking Craft Guild, was a founding member of the Brighton Arts Council and is currently Secretary of the Bellville Weavers and Spinners.
I enjoy a variety of fibre arts such as rug hooking, knitting, spinning, embroidery, crochet, felting and making jewelry from wool.
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