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Macrame Pot Holder Craft Social

Join us for a Macrame Pot Holder Social @ The Nook. Macramé is a beautiful and versatile form of textile art that involves creating intricate patterns using knots. It has a rich history, dating back centuries, and has been practiced by various cultures around the world.

Macrame Pot Holder Craft Social
Macrame Pot Holder Craft Social

Time & Location

Jul 21, 2024, 1:00 PM – 3:40 PM

Tewkesbury, Dale House, Bredon Rd, Tewkesbury GL20 5BX, UK

About the event

🌿 Macramé Pot Holder Social @ The Nook Studios

Join us on Sunday, July 21st for a delightful afternoon of creativity at The Nook Studios! 🧶

🕒 Time: 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM 🏠 Location: The Nook Studios

🌱 What to Expect:

  • Craft your own beautiful macramé pot holder.
  • All materials provided.
  • Refreshments available.
  • Come solo or bring your friends for a fun group activity!

Don’t miss out on this chance to create something special for your home and favorite plant. See you there! 🌸

Not sure what Macrame is? lets us explain 

Macramé is a beautiful and versatile form of textile art that involves creating intricate patterns using knots. It has a rich history, dating back centuries, and has been practiced by various cultures around the world. Here are some key points about macramé:

  1. Origins:Macramé originated in the 13th century in the Arab world. It spread through trade routes to Europe and later to other parts of the globe. Sailors and seafarers used macramé to create decorative and functional items aboard ships.
  2. Materials:Macramé primarily uses natural fibers such as cotton, jute, hemp, and linen. Common materials include cords, ropes, and yarns.
  3. Knots: The magic of macramé lies in its knots. There are several basic knots used
  4. Square Knot: The most fundamental knot, created by crossing two cords and looping them over each other. Half Hitch Knot: A simple knot used for creating patterns. Double Half Hitch Knot: Similar to the half hitch but with an extra loop. Lark’s Head Knot: Used to attach cords to a base. Clove Hitch Knot: Creates a secure loop. Alternating Square Knots: Used for creating intricate designs.
  5. Projects: Macramé can be used to make various items: Plant Hangers: Hanging plant holders are a popular choice. Wall Hangings: Intricate designs that adorn walls. Jewelry: Bracelets, necklaces, and earrings. Bags: Totes, purses, and beach bags. Dream Catchers: Decorative pieces believed to filter out bad dream

Tickets

  • Macrame Pot Holder Social

    £25.00
    +£0.63 service fee

Total

£0.00

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