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RAG RUG MAKING with Jane Jackson & Margaret Kenny,

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RAG RUG MAKING with Jane Jackson & Margaret Kenny,

Sat 21st Oct 2017  10am till 3.30pm 

Rag Rug Workshop

If you’d like to learn how to rag rug, textile artists Margaret Kenny and Jane Jackson run regular beginners rag rugging workshops in Northumberland and the Scottish Borders. At our relaxed and fun workshops you’ll learn the techniques of “PROGGY” and “HOOKY” and also how to design, make and finish your own rag rugged projects.You don’t need to buy a frame or any expensive equipment to start rag rugging and you can even recycle your old clothes to make lots of beautiful new things for yourself, your friends, family and your home.

 

The workshops are aimed at beginners, but we can also easily accommodate those who wish to brush up a bit on their rag rugging skills. www.rebelragruggers.co.uk

Cost £40 which includes everything you’ll need on the day, hot drinks and most importantly homemade cake! Max 16 places.

 

The ever-popular class from Jane Jackson and Margaret Kenny

All workshops are suitable for beginners and cost £40 per person, which includes tuition, all materials, tea/coffee and homemade cake. Booking is essential as places are limited and can be over-subscribed.

 

 

Abeautiful rag rug

Why do we call ourselves Rebel Rag Ruggers? 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                           

A Rebel Rag Ruggers work of Art


Rebel Rag Ruggers in action
As people have been rag rugging for centuries there are quite a few traditional "rules". We call ourselves the Rebel Rag Ruggers because although we respect and value traditional rag rugging methods, we also think that you don't have to stick to the traditional rules. We find that people learn best when they are relaxed and having fun experimenting, rather than worrying about not doing things the "proper" way.  So don’t worry, you don’t need to be good at art, drawing, or sewing to rag rug.