Blue Heron Rug Hooking Studio

The Blue Heron Studio carries a wide selection of rug hooking supplies: hooks, frames, cutters, books, magazines, dyed wool, yardage, backing, and designs including Emily Carr, Deanne Fitzpatrick, and House of Price.  We also offer beginner and intermediate workshops. 


Blue Heron Rug Hooking Studio

375 Sunset Ave. (rear entrance),

Victoria, British Columbia,

V8S 4L3

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METCHOSIN RUG HOOKERS.  Metchosin Community House, 4430 Happy Vally Rd., every 1st and 3rd Thursday, 10:30-1:30.    Open group. Beginners welcome.  Please contact the studio if supplies or a kit is needed.  Bring your lunch

BEGINNER LESSON AND DROP-IN RUG HOOKING. Monthly beginning March 3, 2018, 10:30 am to 3:00 pm.  For details, go to Beginner

BEGINNER PICTORIAL CLASS.  MARCH 18 and 25, 2018.  For details, go to Beginners.

What is traditional rug hooking?

Rug hooking is an art and a craft; it has been around since the time of the early settlers.  Rug hooking involves making a loop by pulling up a strip of yarn or fabric through a backing of burlap or linen.  Beautiful rugs, mats, wall hangings, pictures, bags, pillows and table runners can be made to decorate your home. 

Mail and internet orders welcome - we ship across Canada.  We take all major credit cards

The Blue Heron Rug Hooking Studio is now open.

Hours:  By appointment only.  For address and details, please go to contact us.


OCTOBER 25-28, 2018.

William Morris with Doris Norman. 

Learn about William Morris and create one of his beautiful designs in a simplistic style.  For details,

go to William Morris


Adapted from a Beth Russell Needlework design and hooked by Doris Norman