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Rug Hooking Demo and Display at Ye Old Schoolhouse Quilt Shop

March 16 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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(Cedarburg, WI) — Rug Hooking Demo and Display at Ye Old Schoolhouse Quilt Shop

PART OF THE CEDARBURG SPUR FIBER ARTS TRAIL WEEKEND

Rug hooking, long thought of as a primitive craft, has taken the contemporary world of fiber and textiles by storm. During the Cedarburg Spur Fiber Arts Trail weekend, the Cream City Rug Hooking Guild will showcase member work, demonstrate how to hook rugs and talk about why this group of ‘hookers’ are passionate about their art. Joyce Krueger will have an assortment of her traditional and contemporary hooked pieces available for visitors to see.

About Cream City Rug Hooking Guild: Located in Southeastern Wisconsin, Cream City Rug Hooking Guild is involved in educational programs designed to increase awareness and promote the art of traditional rug hooking. The guild’s bi-monthly meetings offer a creative environment for members to share ideas and improve rug hooking skills. The 2018 Hook-In is tentatively scheduled for April 26, 2018. Date will be confirmed in January, 2018.

Ye Olde Schoolhouse is a Better Homes and Gardens Top 10 Quilt Shop for 2010. Housed in a 1887 historic former schoolhouse in Cedarburg, Wisconsin, Ye Olde Schoolhouse is brimming with reproduction prints and old-world charm. The shop displays many bed sized quilts, has classes, groups who meet there and plenty of charm. As Jeanie says, “a good quilt shop is like a library. It’s inspiring and makes you want absorb all the knowledge in it.”

Details

Date:
March 16
Time:
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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Organizer

Ye Olde Schoolhouse Quilt Shop
Phone:
262.377.2770
Email:
yeoldeschoolhouse@wi.rr.com
Website:
http://www.yeoldeschoolhouse.com/

Venue

Ye Olde Schoolhouse Quilt Shop
318 Green Bay Road
Cedarburg, WI 53012 United States
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Phone:
262.377.2770

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