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Carol Dunn

Hackensack, MN
North House Folk School photo of instructor, Carol Dunn

Carol is a retired school teacher and as a way to relax and maintain her calm easy-going personality (read therapy!) she became a "hooker" when a friend taught her to rug hook in 1989. In the years since then, Carol has attended many hooking retreats and workshops, and has taught hooking to friends, family members and has given both beginning and intermediate classes. Carol and her husband Bart have been coming to Grand Marais on their summer vacation for many years. See samples at - https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrimitivesByCarolRae

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Current Courses Offered by Carol Dunn

3 days
Teaser image for Primitive Rug Hooking: Open Session

Primitive Rug Hooking: Open Session

Rug hooking traces its roots to the northern colonies and Canada, when immigrants utilized textiles on hand to create rugs for their homes. Hooked rugs are made by drawing narrow strips of wool fabric through a background fabric of cotton, linen or burlap with a curved hook much like a…
Tue, Jun 19th, 2018  –  Thu, Jun 21st, 2018
Instructor: Carol Dunn