Sandy Luckury has been braiding rugs since 1985. Sandy apprenticed with master braider Barbara Fisher who developed the braiding method she uses. The precision of this method takes all the guesswork out of braiding. Each row of the rug is counted, then butted, and attached to the rug as a complete ring. Using this method allows rugs to be made in unsual shapes, such as rectangles, hexagons and octagons. Sandy became a juried memeber of the League in the spring of 2004, and in 2007 was awarded Best in Fiber for a rectangle rug displayed in Living With Crafts at the Annual Craftsman’s Fair. She teaches rug braiding at the Dorr Mill Store in Guild, NH.