Christine Washack is self-taught in the art of floorcloth construction. After attending an 18th-Century re-enactment nearly 10 years ago, where she saw her first floorcloth, she became so fascinated with their history and construction that she set out to make her one.
After lots of trial and error, Washack learned to create heirloom floorcloths that are both durable and beautiful.
She lives in the beautiful Endless Mountain region of northeast Pennsylvania with her husband and two dogs.
Chris Washack has been selected for the following Directories:
Biography updated June 25, 2018 Photograph updated June 19, 2018Contact information updated March 6, 2018
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