Gail Becker is a fiber artist and crafter with broad experience in needle arts and fiber manipulation. She discoveredrug hooking in 1999, earned her McGown Certification in 2003, and has taught ever since. Gail loves to create a classroom atmosphere where students interact with each other and share their projects. Gail is comfortable teaching both fine and wide cuts (#3 to #10). Her teaching style includes demonstrating techniques and then helping her students to apply those skills. Collaborating with students to acheive their goals is her favorite aspect of teaching. If you're planning on hooking a geometric, floral, landscape, animal, or abstract, Gail will work with you to plan, execute, and finish your project. Please go to Gail's website where you may view her rugs. Gail has written articles for RHM and ATHA Magazine. In addition, she has a blog that features postcard size hooked mats featuring scenes from California and a website for ATHA Region 12, where she has been representative for several years.