Linda practices the early American art of rug hooking. Her skill and eye for color have brought her commissions both in America and Internationally. The themes, texture and color of the rural landscape emerge in her work influenced by her family life on a sheep and cattle farm. In her hooking she uses recycled wool as well as new material. She wants the hooked pieces to look old, therefore she over dyes the wool. She has been hooking since the early 1980’s and teaching since the early 1990’s. As a fiber artist Linda has enjoyed sharing her knowledge with others. Her work has been seen in magazines, books and on television. Visit her web at www.harwoodhookedonewe.com
This type of hooking consists of pulling strips of wool material through a backing to create a design. This all day class will open up a whole new art form in working with wool and will offer students ...