5165 Old Mill Road. (S.R.1638)
Brandenburg, Kentucky 40108
"The Art of A Good Time"

Class Schedule - Saturday, November 11, 2017
​4 - 6 pm

Traditional Rug Hooking for beginners)

You will be "hooked" after you learn basic traditional rug hooking by "pulling loops" one by one. You will also learn a few ways to finish your piece. We will briefly discuss various types of hooks, frames and backing materials. 
Two project choices, please choose one:

Sunflower Trivet  8 x 8
Material Fee:  $40
Includes pattern on linen and wool strips in a variety of colors for rug, Colors will vary from picture. 
Sheep Trivet 6 x 6 
Material Fee:  $30
Includes pattern on linen and wool strips in a variety of colors for rug, Colors will vary from picture. 

Registration must be made by November 1, 2017.
Students must bring: hooking frame or hoop, rug hooking hook, and scissors.

Class Fee Schedule for 
Fiber Experience Weekend
November 10-12, 2017

Class fees have been made affordable.  Save by taking more classes.
One Class - $40 - Reduced to $30
Two Classes - $70 ($35 each) - Reduced to $60 ($30 ea)
Three Classes - $90 ($30 each)
Four Classes - $100 ($25 each)
Five Classes - $125 ($25 each)
Six Classes - $150 ($25 each)

Class fees do not include materials.  These fees will be paid to the instructor the day of class.

Instructor Biography
Patty Van Arsdale

 Patty Van Arsdale, from New Albany, IN, began rug hooking in 1999. Her first rug is still in use on the floor to this day! Her love of fabric started when her mother taught her to sew her own clothes at an early age. She has hooked nearly 200 items and they include, not only rugs for the floor, but wall hangings, purses, stool and bench covers, fashion items, clocks and pouches used by rug camp-attendees! She has traveled to many states to participate in dozens of rug hooking classes.
Patty simply enjoys creating and teaching! Classes she has taught include paper jewelry-making, line-dancing, and aerobics. She was a personal trainer at the time she was introduced to rug hooking. Patty became a certified instructor with the National Guild of Pearl McGown Hookrafters in 2007. She considers one of her highest achievements  being selected as a winner of the international Rug Hooking Magazine’s annual “Celebration of Rugs XV (2005)” for her rug, “It’s A Keeper”. And again in 2009 for “Live, Love, LOL J”. She authored an article for Rug Hooking Magazine about special hooking stitches and techniques which were used in her popular pattern, “Flower Power”.
 Patty is a member of ATHA (Association of Traditional Hooking Artists) and will become their Region 6 Regional Representative in September 2016. In 2009 she was a committee chair for the ATHA Biennial held in Louisville, KY. She is also a founding member of her region’s local rug hooking guild, Buffalo Trace Rug Hookers.
If you are interested in learning the art of rug hooking or adding to your hooking skills, Patty will hold classes in her home or travel to you for a group class.  She also has many rug hooking patterns and kits available for all skill levels.