Rug Hooking with Annie Hayes

Make your own fiber art in the American tradition of using wool strips hooked into burlap.

Rug Hooking with Annie Hayes

Four Thursdays: July 11, 18, 25, & August 8; 6–9PM

Explore rug hooking’s inherent qualities of freedom, playfulness, and abandon. Learn about historical and contemporary practices of rug hooking and techniques to make your own hooked rug. Discussion of the creation of personal images, transferring images to foundation fabric and basic techniques of rug hooking. Pre-registration required.

$130/$120 WKC member (in advance to register)

plus $85 materials fee (payable to Annie at the first class)

Learn about West Kortright Centre membership here.

Annie Hayes lives and works in her home near Delhi and in a loft in Lower Manhattan. She has been designing and making primitive hooked rugs for 15 years and has taught workshops on both the local and national level. Her special focus is to encourage and help new rug makers to develop and make rugs using their own designs. She exhibits her work widely and has been selected a number of times for inclusion in Early American Life magazine’s Directory of Traditional American Crafts, as well as other publications. Her work can be found in private collections in homes around the country.

Details
Date:

July 11

Time:

06:00 pm - 09:00 pm

Event Category:

Workshops

Venue

West Kortright Centre

49 West Kortright Church Road, East Meredith, NY 13757

East Meredith, NY, US, 13757

Make your own fiber art in the American tradition of using wool strips hooked into burlap.

Rug Hooking with Annie Hayes

Four Thursdays: July 11, 18, 25, & August 8; 6–9PM

Explore rug hooking’s inherent qualities of freedom, playfulness, and abandon. Learn about historical and contemporary practices of rug hooking and techniques to make your own hooked rug. Discussion of the creation of personal images, transferring images to foundation fabric and basic techniques of rug hooking. Pre-registration required.

$130/$120 WKC member (in advance to register)

plus $85 materials fee (payable to Annie at the first class)

Learn about West Kortright Centre membership here.

Annie Hayes lives and works in her home near Delhi and in a loft in Lower Manhattan. She has been designing and making primitive hooked rugs for 15 years and has taught workshops on both the local and national level. Her special focus is to encourage and help new rug makers to develop and make rugs using their own designs. She exhibits her work widely and has been selected a number of times for inclusion in Early American Life magazine’s Directory of Traditional American Crafts, as well as other publications. Her work can be found in private collections in homes around the country.