St Benedict's Street
Rag rugging was a popular way of using up worn-out clothes and pieces of cloth during the 19th century. There was a bit of a revival during the Second World War and is getting popular again. During this class you'll find out about the styles and techniques of simple rag rugging. By the end of the class, you'll have a tiny rag rug to take away with you.
Bring one of the following:
Books on vegetable growing/allotments
Clothes for a 13 year old boy (charity shop stuff okay)
Home-made biscuits or cakes
Interesting/Unusual tea or coffee
Seeds for growing vegetables (2016 is the year I finally go off-grid)
Your favourite recipe
About the teacher, Colin Hynson
After several years working with the Norfolk Museums Service I'm now a freelance educational writer and consultant. I like learning and teaching unusual (but practical) things.