Nancy Jewett is an internationally known Traditional Rug Hooking Artist, designer, colorist, and owner of Fluff & Peachy Bean Designs. She is known for her original whimsical patterns, hand dyed wool and silk. She writes occasionally for Rug Hooking Magazine and teaches rug hooking as well as dyeing. She travels extensively with her patterns, hand dyed wool and silk, and the Woolie Worm Bed, an organizer of her invention. She has been an avid rug hooker since 1999 and fiber artist since a child. Nancy is in the process of becoming an Certified McGown Teacher, an accredited program for traditional rug hooking.
Nancy is a 4th generation Vermonter who puts her love of nature and color into her world of rug hooking through design and dyeing. Her skills as a dyer are sought after for her ability to color match along with her innovative methods. She describes dyeing as a marriage between chemistry and art.