Macramé Star Wreath with Maria

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What’s it all about?

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 planter
    • Gathering knot
    • Square knot
    • Double hitch  knot
    • Finishing touches

Who will be teaching?

Maria YebraMaria Yebra has crafted many cute and weird things in her life from fox hoodies to bias tape planters, wax skulls and cat rings. She loves to upcycle and has an extensive collection of loved “junk” she plans to turn into something useful one day.

In addition to crafting, she also has a passion for cooking and baking, light painting, Spanish shoes and running Laneway Learning.