Macramé, or the art of knotting, is fun, relaxing, doesn’t need specific tools and is a very useful craft! You can make from planters to curtains, bags or Christmas decorations. Traditional macrame uses cotton rope but you can use all sorts of materials, specially up-cycled t-shirts or fabric which makes it even more affordable.
In this class we will learn beginners macrame by making a gorgeous star wreath to decorate your home. All materials provided.
What will we cover?
We’ll be learning:
- How to read a macrame pattern
- Materials that you can use (all materials will be provided for this class)
- Once we have our yarn ready, we’ll learn the basic macrame knots to make a wreath
- Larks head
- Square knot
- Double hitch knot
- Weaving beads
- Wheelchair Accessible Venue
- Gender Neutral Bathrooms
- Discounted Early Bird tickets
- Quiet Spaces
- Free Ticket for First Nation Attendees
- Auslan Interpreter (Upon Request)
Who will be Teaching?
Maria Yebra has crafted many weird and wonderful things and she shows no signs of stopping! She considers herself an eternal student and addicted crafter and loves to learn new techniques and processes. She has 3 cats at the moment: Rogue, Leela and Miss Pearls.
Photo by teacher
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