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Rug hooking school planned in July in Crosslake

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The 12th annual Northern Lights Rug Hooking School will be held July 23-26 at Crosslake Lutheran Church. 

Mary Johnson from Designs in Wool, Sally Kallin from Pine Island Primitives, and Cathy Tokheim from Old Friends Woolens will teach rug hooking technique and color planning.

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Johnson has been rug hooking since 1998 when her sister, Carol Dunn, camp director, talked her into trying it. She started a rug hooking business in 2003 while living in Illinois and it has followed her to Minnesota and California. See her designs and a sampling of her wool at www.designsinwool.com and www.etsy.com/shop/DesignsInWool.

Kallin has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in art and 20 years of experience as an award-winning graphic designer. Pine Island Primitives was started in 2001. See her designs and a sampling of her wool at www.pineislandprimitives.com.

Tokheim learned rug hooking from Jill Rotterman in 1998. Old Friends Woolens specializes in custom designs, over-dyed wool and rug, punch needle and whimsy patterns. See her designs and a sampling of her wool at www.etsy.com/shop/oldfriendswoolens.

There are still a few openings available in the classes. Contact Carol Dunn at 218-675-5524 or carolrae.dunn@gmail.com for information.

A rug show, open to the public, is planned from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Friday, July 26. There will be wool fabric and patterns available for sale. 

Come and vote for your favorite rug and join the group for coffee and cookies.

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Denton (Denny) Newman Jr.
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