Patterns & Supplies
"Walls of Wool"
Classes, Workshops, Hooking Retreats,
To Sign up for any of our classes please click here to email me or call 816-229-2189 .
MARCH 21-22 - Hook-In at Wooly Woolen Studio with St. Louis and Illinois Hooking Group
APRIL 12 - Lincoln,NE Hook-In- contact Jan Hall, Lincoln, NE or Judy Roth, Milford NE
APRIL 27 - St. Louis, MO Hook-In- 10:00 am, Vendors, classes, and prizes - Contact Donna McHargue for more information, firstname.lastname@example.org
MAY 3,4,5 - Hooking Camp at Judy Roths, Blue/River House Rug Hooking Shop in Milford, NE. I was honored to be asked to teach at Judy's last year. She and Jan Hall host this great camp. Not only are they "THE BEST", but we had so much fun and produced some great rugs. Contact Judy or Jan. Mark you calendars's and I will get emails soon.
MAY 22-25 - Hooking Camp at Wooly Woolen Studio. "Meet n Greet" and "nest building" begins at 6:00 pm on Wed. the 22nd. Class starts 9:00 am on Thursday. Sign up today. Cost is $250.00 with a $50.00 deposit at sign up. email me at email@example.com or call 816-229-2189/816-519-4795.
JUNE - Hook-In at Best Western Inn of the Ozarks, Eureka Springs, AR. Hosted by Vicki Hardcastle. Vendors, classes and door prizes
JULY 24, 25, 26, & 27 - Hooking Camp at Wooly Woolen Studio with Jayne Hester teaching. "Meet n Greet" and set up at 6:00 pm on Wed. July 24. Class begins 9:00 am on Thursday the 25th. Cost is $265.00 with a $50.00 deposit at sign up. Call me at 816-229-2189 or 816-519-4795 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have a group of 4 or more and wish to take a workshop call for dates. 816-229-2189
My phone number is 816-229-2189 or click here to email me.
Located in a country setting close to Kansas City and historic Independence, Missouri. We are your local source for custom dyed wool, patterns, supplies, workshops and hooking camps.
History of Wooly Woolens....
About 10 years ago I walked into Liberty Quilt Shop and saw something on the wall I dearly loved and had no idea what it was…I just knew it was wonderful.
After inquiring about the project I found out it was a hooked rug. I really don’t remember ever seeing one before that day. I think any of us who are rug hookers can say we truly became “hooked” at one time or another.
I had taken many penny rug classes from Lynn Hosford and knew I was addicted to wool from the start, but making loops and creating a wool rug was all new to me. I took my first class with Emma Lou Lais and would have to say she has been the main influence in my learning to hook and color planning. I am grateful to her for the inspiration and instruction she gave me in dying wool. I love to put the dye pots on to create a new color, or age an existing color for use in my rugs.
I really never intended to teach. However, upon the encouragement of my husband Jim I am where I am.
Upon the prompting of Jim, again, I am launching this web site with the hope that you will see something that you will want to hook. I especially enjoy planning a new rug with the maker's influence. For that reason, I do not make kits, but am happy to work with you in the studio or over the phone to acheive an heirloom for your own home. I invite you to visit the Wooly Woolens Studio and share my love of wool, color and design. Please call for an appointment at a convenient time for both of us.
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All patterns are available for purchase. Purchased patterns do NOT have the copyrighted watermark.