Reynolds Homestead Hook-in-Hand Exchange promotes the traditional art of rug hooking. The group meets the first Sunday of each month from 2-4 p.m. Anyone interested in learning more about this traditional art is encouraged to join the group.

Hook-in-Hand Exchange

The Reynolds Homestead Hook-in-Hand Exchange meets the first Sunday of each month from 2-4 p.m. in the lower level of the Community Enrichment Center. The group encourages newcomers to join them to learn traditional rug-hooking techniques.

Exchange members dye and strip wool to create rugs of various designs and sizes. No experience is needed and all are welcome to participate in this creative art. For information about the Hook-in-Hand Exchange, contact Anita Bailey at anitabailey08@gmail.com

March 6 – Mixed Media using Rug Hooking by Anita Bailey

April 3 – Casserole Dying with weaving group

May 1 – Field trip to Danville – “Hookers and Strippers” group

June – “Hook In” (on a Saturday; date to be announced)

No meetings in July and August