Beginner Rug Hooking with Victoria L. Rudolph | May 10 10-4pm
Beginner Rug Hooking Workshop
by Victoria Rudolph
May 10th, time 10-4pm
Ticket Price: $60 for Workshop + $80 materials fee to be paid to instructor for kit.
This class will teach people how to use strips of wool, yarn and sari silk to create a small 9” x 9” pattern which can be finished into a mat. Instruction will cover the history, process and demonstrations on how to add embellishments and variety.
Instructor will bring lots of different samples to show how versatile this process can be.
Students can choose from 8 kits or choose to create their own for an additional fee.
Kits include pattern on foundation cloth, hook, hoop, wool and biding tape./ Students need to bring their scissors.
Victoria Rudolph uses the traditional medium of rug hooking to create contemporary art. Each piece tells is unique story. Her patterns are designed by things that have inspired her or is something requested specifically by a client commission. Color , shape, texture, light and dark are elements that go into each design.
Victoria has a BA from Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania and an MFA from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California. She is a certified fiber hooking teacher through the Pearl J McGown program. And a member of the National Association for Traditional Rug Hookers (ATHA) She has published in Rug Hooking Magazine.
Victoria currently lives and teaches rug hooking in the Bay area, at the San Francisco School of Needlework and Design. Rug hooking Her studio is located in Half Moon Bay, CA.