A native of Latrobe, PA., and graduate of Seton Hill University. Career in public relations and marketing in hospitals and banking industry. Lifetime needlework enthusiast. Began rug hooking in 2005 and specializes in making lifelike flowers from hand-dyed and recycled woven wool clothing. Many variations are based on 18th century rug hooking techniques. She teaches a continuing education class in flower-making at Westmoreland County College. She is also the author of Making Flowers from Wool, published by Stackpole Books. Nan’s flowers are sold in Pittsburgh area museums and specialty shops.
|Start Date||Name Details||Location||Price|
|April 8, 2018||$30.00|