MACRAMÈ PLANT HANGERLearn the basics of macramé while you create a plant hanger!
SCHEDULE:4/22 | 6:30-9PM
Create your own classic macramé plant hanger with a charming handmade flair. Fiber artist Sam Tower will guide you through several versatile knots, including the Gathering Knot and Half Square Knot. You'll learn how to create the timeless spiral pattern we see in macramé through the years. Each student will receive one bundle of 5MM Recycled Cotton Rope Bundle from Modern Macramé, a wooden ring, and one gorgeous handmade ceramic bead from MVP Studios. Each plant hanger will measure approximately 4' long, and can hold pots and baskets up to 8" inches wide.
Skills & Materials
This is a beginner workshop and no previous experience is needed to participate. The workshop fee includes all of the supplies you need to create a beautiful plant hanger.
Cancellation + Make-up Policy
We absolutely understand that things come up and you may need to cancel your registration. We've done our best to create a cancellation policy that honors how fickle life can be alongside our financial commitment to our staff and teaching artists. If you need to cancel your registration we are happy to offer a 50% store credit refund for cancellations made two weeks in advance of your workshop date. Unfortunately, we cannot offer refunds for cancellations made less than two weeks in advance. We are also unable to offer make-ups or exchanges for missed workshops.
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Philadelphia-based fiber artist Sam Tower (she/her) uses macramé knotting to create earthy decor and wall art, functional and charming home goods, and intentionally designed baby toys. Macramé has led her to rediscover the healing delight she feels when creating art with her hands. She enjoys sharing her fiber art practice with communities of crafters, makers, dyers, fabricators, and plant lovers. When creating macramé art, Sam is inspired by the natural world, her Lebanese and Irish culture, antiques, and colorful florals.