Make Your Own Macramé Plant Hanger with Needlemaker
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About The Event
Knotting—or macramé—is one of many crafts being revived by those who love working with their hands. Just like surface embroidery, quilting, and needlework are seeing a bump in popularity, macramé is being transformed from a 1970s relic into a hot, trendy art form and this beginners course will give you evertyhgin you need to learn the fundamentals of macramé as well as taking away your very own plant pot holder.
Learn the classic knots and techniques used in the traditional textile craft of macramé.
Using recycled cotton yarn this workshop will guide you step by step and show you all the skills needed to create your very own plant hanger to take home with you.
All materials and equipment provided.
A versatile form of fiber art, macramé can be used to make everything from wall hangings and plant hangers to jewelry, purses, and even clothing items. Using simple materials like cotton twine, jute, hemp, or yarn, macramé can be as simple or complex as the crafter would like. Embellishments like glass or wooden beads, as well as dyed threads, can also open up a range of creative possibilities.
While most think of macramé as a craze of the 1970s, the craft reached peak popularity in Victorian England. First introduced to England in the late 17th century, Queen Mary herself taught classes to her ladies-in-waiting. Most Victorian homes had some type of macramé decoration, as it was used not only to decorate clothing, but also as curtains, tablecloths, and bedspreads.
- Session 1 - 10.30am£18£180£0
- Sold OutSession 2 - 12.30pm£18£180£0