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Rug Hooking Week 2022 Vendors

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Rug Hooking Week Vendors offer a wide variety of fiber art supplies, wool & fibers, embellishments, patterns, and equipment, as well as a creative and fun blend of other merchandise. Supplies for other fiber arts are also available, such as needle punch, wool applique, and much more. For more details about each Vendor and their merchandise, be sure to click on their website.

During Rug Hooking Week, you will be inspired by the extensive exhibit, expand your knowledge & skills in diverse classes, shop for supplies & merchandise from unique vendors, make new friends, meet up with old friends, and simply relax & have fun here in scenic northwest Ohio. The Sauder Village campus makes it a short walk from Rug Hooking Week activities to historic Sauder Village & Craftsmen, Founder’s Hall Exhibit and Vendors, Barn Restaurant & Doughbox Bakery, and the many other Sauder Village shops and activities. These are just a few reasons why so many rug hookers and fiber artists come back year after year, from around the globe, to participate in Rug Hooking Week!

Did you know that you may attend Rug Hooking Week to “See the Exhibit” & “Shop the Vendors” … and no pre-registration is required?

Vendors & Exhibits… Open to the Public:  Wednesday–Saturday – 10am–5pm

Admission Information


Ali Strebel Designs
Ali Strebel, Dayton, Ohio

Dorr Mill Store
Terry Dorr, Guild, New Hampshire

Folk For All Seasons
Lisa Evans, Barre, Vermont

Jewelry & Sundries by Melissa & Lauren
Melissa Masterson, Sheffield, OH
Lauren Fuqua, Loraine, OH

Jo’s Folk Art Fibers 
Jo Wick, West Alexandria, Ohio

Let Nola Do It
Nola Heidbreder, St. Louis, Missouri

Rug Hooking Magazine
Mark Allison, Northbrook, Illinois

Rug Hooking Traditions Books
Kathy Wright, Oxford, Ohio

Spruce Ridge Studios
Kris Miller, Howell, Michigan

Teresa’s Primitive Treasures
Teresa Miller, Newburg, Pennsylvania

The Old Tattered Flag
Julie Thomas, Evans Mills, New York

The Wool Studio
Rebecca Erb, Matt & Amy Moore, Reading, Pennsylvania

The Wool’n Gardener
Jan Cole, Emmaus, Pennsylvania

The Wooly Horse
Jenny Smallridge, New Vienna, Ohio

W. Cushing & Co.
Lisanne Miller, Wells, Maine

Woolen Heirlooms
Teresa Kinsman, Booneville, Indiana

Wooly Pines
Mary Annunziato, Havre De Grace, Maryland
Website: TBA