Gone Hooking Group studio #2

Traditional Rug Hooking uses a hand hook, similar to a crochet hook, to form a looped pile from fabric strips or yarn on an even-weave base such as burlap or linen. Early rugs were created from discarded feed sacks and scraps of fabric from the rag-bag. Today this handwork is revered as folk art. Rug hookers today are creating rugs, chair seats, wall hangings, handbags, clothing, ornaments, jewellery and are limited only by their imaginations.
Studio name: Gone Hooking
Studio address: 12479 Harris Road, Pitt Meadows washroom signwheelchair (sharing with Whonnock Weavers)
Phone # : Freda Jackson 604 463 0043
Email: freda33@telus.net
Web site: http://fredahooksrugs.com/
Medium: Traditional rug hooking
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