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F16A10 Rug Hooking for Beginning and Intermediate Hookers

Both beginning and intermediate rug hooking techniques will be taught, including how to use a frame and hook, how to manipulate the wool strips through a linen backing, and how to complete the pattern. The instructor will show class members how to use unusual fibers and new ideas concerning design. One session will be a hands-on dyeing of wool.

Instructor: Nancy Slye has been in the fiber-related field for many years. She has raised sheep, angora goats, and rabbits. She likes to incorporate a mixed media look into her rugs.

Suggested Reading: Books will be available to read in the studio.

Additional Fees: A $20 dollar fee for materials includes a white piece for dyeing. Payable to the instructor at the first class.


Payment Information: Payment is due at time of registration and must be made by credit card (AMEX, MasterCard, Visa and Discover.) There is a $5 credit card convenience fee assessed at the time of payment. You will be redirected to the payment web site after clicking submit. Please have your credit card ready. Once payment is successfully completed, you will receive a payment receipt and a registration confirmation by email.

Withdrawal/Refund Policy: You may cancel your registration up to one week before the class start date, and receive a full refund (minus any credit card processing fees.) After that date, no refunds will be given.

For registration questions, please contact Lifelong Learning Institute at or 540/568.2923.

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