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Introduction to Rag Rug Making: Hooking and Progging - Cancelled

30 May 2020

Introduction to Rag Rug Making: Hooking and Progging - Cancelled

30 May 2020

We’ve reluctantly decided to cancel this event as a result of the ongoing public health situation due to coronavirus (Covid-19).

We’re sorry that we’ve had to take this decision and for any disappointment this may cause. Where possible, our priority is to postpone and re-schedule events. However, on this occasion, we’ve been unable to find an alternative date.

Learn about the traditional craft of rag-rug making. During the workshop you’ll learn two different techniques - hooking and progging.

At the end of the day you will take home your own unique creation and a wealth of ideas for making more rag rug designs at home.

Rag rugs were traditionally made from family items of clothing so feel free to bring along an old tee shirt or cotton top to recycle and help personalise your creation or use the rags which we provide.

About the course tutor: Jenni Stuart-Anderson

Before moving to Herefordshire Jenni worked as a freelance designer and lecturer at a London art college. Since 1987 she has taught rag rug making in England and Wales passing on traditional techniques of Hooking, Progging and Plaiting (Braiding).

In her work she combines techniques in traditional or contemporary designs for rugs, hangings and 3 dimensional works which she has exhibited widely. She is also a member of the Worcestershire Guild of Designer/Craftsmen and the Heritage Crafts Association. Her first book RAG RUG MAKING is now out of print (after 4 reprints) and her second book More Rag Rugs & Recycled Textile Projects was published in December 2011.

Cancelled Booking Details

If you’ve purchased a ticket already, you have two options with regards to your booking.  You can either:

1. Request a refund

If you would like to obtain a refund on your ticket, please email our Sales & Ticketing team (salesandticketing@bclm.com) who will be able to process this for you. Please bear in mind that we may not able to meet our usual response times during this period, but we will get back to you.  Please note: you have up to one month following the original date of the event to let us know if you would like a refund.  Unfortunately, we will be unable to process any requests for refunds received after this date.

2. Or, support us by donating the cost of your ticket

If you’re able to donate the cost of your ticket please consider supporting us in this way. We are more than 90% reliant on visitor income and anything you can do to support us during this difficult time would be very much appreciated. Please email our Sales & Ticketing team (salesandticketing@bclm.com) to let them know you would like to donate in this way.

This course is part of our IgnitEd programme -  Find out about similar   Heritage Skills Courses

 

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