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Beginning Primitive Rug Hooking

Beginning Primitive Rug Hooking

Regular price $110.00 USD
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Class Time: Friday, April 26, 2024, 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Location: St. Louis Community College - Meramec Campus, 11333 Big Bend Road, Kirkwood, MO 63122. Check in at Registration 15 minutes prior to class starting at PE Building for location.

Instructor: Gina Levesque w/ Across Generations

Fabric was an important, and often times scarce, commodity in the past. Rug hooking is akin to quilting in that it utilized scraps unsuitable for clothing to produce rugs that warmed the floors of early homes. Unlike latch hook, primitive rug hooking uses strips of fabric drawn-up through a base layer to produce a nap. In this class, students will learn the basic technique and complete a small pattern in class to take home. Your kit fee includes design on backing, rug hook, and all the wool strips needed to complete design. Large embroidery hoops will be provided by the instructor for use during class.

    Skill Prerequisite: None.

    Ages: 10+

    Supplies: Included in Class Cost

    • Class Kit:
      • Wool Strips
      • Fabric Backing with design
      • Rug Hook
    • Large Embroidery Hoop to Borrow during class

    Additional Supplies Needed: None.

    Homework: None.

    Class Policies

    • By signing up for this class, you have admission to Friday Night Vendor Marketplace Preview.
    • If a class is sold out, click here to be placed on the Wait List.
    • No refunds will be issued after April 1, 2024.
    • For any cancellations prior to April 1, 2024, a $25 administrative fee will be assessed.
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