Calling all lovers of plants and beautiful home decor! This macramé plant hanger-making workshop is one for you.
Macramé is a creative and relaxing craft, which is also a great way of relieving stress. In this 2.5-hour workshop, you will spend time in the beautiful Fancy Plants workshop, where your host will teach you how to knot your own macramé plant hanger. Your host is artist and macramé maker Aggy from Knots and Stalks.
Leave with a feeling of satisfaction as you hang your plant hanger up and admire!
You can expect:
This workshop is a great opportunity to learn a relaxing and creative new skill. Come along and make the perfect new addition to your home or a thoughtful gift for your loved one.
These workshops are also available as a voucher, which you can gift as a Christmas present.
Age restrictions: 16+
It was such a nice workshop, very approachable, i had never done it before and i love the way my ...
A fun and creative workshop, Aggy is a great teacher and you have something to take home at the e...
It was such a nice workshop, very approachable, i had never done it before and i love the way my hanger turned out. The host is very friendly and teaches you everything step by step to make the hanger! Highly recommended!
A fun and creative workshop, Aggy is a great teacher and you have something to take home at the end. Great for beginners, as all steps are explained clearly and with great energy and enthusiasm.
Aggy is a creative spirit with a passion for various pursuits from filmmaking through craft to holistic therapies. She embarked on macramé journey at the start of the pandemic. Caring for her house plants and knotting macramé were her self-help tools during lockdowns and she discovered the benefits of art therapy. Having realised she has a real knack for this craft she also turned it into a successful Etsy business. Later she embarked on a 2-year-long therapy journey discovering different methods of holistic work. The sound therapy really resonated with her *pun not intended* and she trained as a sound therapist.
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