Wednesday 22/Thursday 23 May - 2 day workshop
10.00 - 4.00
Tutor: Caroline Marriott
Rag rugging is a lovely way of using up fabrics that may have been discarded to make an attractive and useful item.
The traditional technique of rag rugging using a hook and strips of fabric is easy to learn.
We will start by making a sample using both the hookie and proggy methods. We will experiment with different weights of fabrics and a variety of materials, look at design ideas and consider ways of finishing your work.
Students will be encouraged to create their own design to make a mat, cushion cover or bag. You may not complete your piece in the two days but will have the knowledge to finish it at home.
Includes - All equipment. (But please bring any fabrics you would like to incorporate.) Tea, coffee and biscuits.
Terms - Fee is payable on booking. You may transfer your place on a workshop to another person at any time.
Number of students: 12