Camria Pines Rug Camp
Registration will begin at 11:30am, (Pacific time)
Monday, September 11, 2017
Cambria 2018 Begins Sunday, June 3, at 3:30 (Registration) and ends Friday June 8, after breakfast. Classes are 9 AM - 3:30 PM, Monday-Thursday, June 4-7.
Deposit is $175 with registration
Final payment due March 7, 2018
Double Room is $895
Superior Double is $960
Private Room is $1140
Non-Hooking Spouse is $795
Day Camper is $460
Passion for Primitives: A Fresh Approach What makes a rug a primitive rug? Is it the design, cut size, or color? Join Linda Pietz and explore this question together. You are welcome to select from one of Linda’s designs available at nolahooks.com or purchase one in class as many of her designs are not available on the website. Have your own rug pattern? Bring it along to hook or perhaps you would like to have Linda assist you in designing a unique rug that is your very own pattern idea. With over forty years of needlework design experience, Linda will help your concept come to life.
Sharon is a McGown certified teacher and owner of Rose of Sharon Rugs. Sharon's rugs have been featured in Celebrations as well as several other well known rug hooking books.
While trained in all cuts and styles her personal favorite is shading without swatches
in a 6 and 8 cut and geometrics. She is known for her unusual color combinations and
vibrant palette. In Sharon's class you will learn tips and tricks on technique, dyeing,
finishing and anything else that comes up! Sharon has a patient way of pulling things
out of her students that they didn't even know they had while making it feel easy. Her beautiful creations can be seen on her website at RoseofSharonRugs.com Students can bring any pattern they want, of select one of Sharon’s.
Diane Stoffel, of Brewster, MA, is back for another year at CPRC. She’s known for generating great enthusiasm and energy in her classes. Also known as a wide cut specialist, she is equally at home with fine cuts. Students who need help with their designs or dyeing will find her indispensable.
Known for his ability to communicate technical information and rug hooking “short cuts” in simple terms, ("The Rug Hooker's Bible," "Prodded Hooking for a Three Dimensional Effect" and dozens of instructional DVDs) students most frequently take Gene's classes as a means of honing their basic technique while working on cuts 6 -12. If you are interested in geometrics, "fancy wide cut" or designs that beg for specialty dyed wool that can be either hooked or prodded into 3-D shapes, then this is the class to take.