Macramé is a form of the textile-producing technique using knotting (rather than weaving or knitting), which is believed to have originated with 13th-century Arab weavers. Whether used for wall hangings or planters, macramé can add such great texture to any wall or corner of the home.
Learn to make your own gorgeous boho wall hangings in this beginner macramé class!
Introduction to the craft, a brief history of its origin. Demonstrating a basic knot to start macramé.
Gradually introducing everyone to more (An example made by the artist will be put up in the front to show what exactly everyone will be making)
Participants will then try to make the plant hanger/wall hanger with the material provided to them.
This workshop is designed to help you develop a new craft, meet new friends, enjoy some bites, and walk away with a beautiful work of art created by you, for your home.
Facilitator Bio: Agrima Wadhwa
Agrima Wadhwa is a Textile Designer from NIFT, Hyderabad. She has previously worked with United Colors Of Benetton and FabIndia as a graphic/textile designer.
Currently, she is a full-time macramé artist. She's been teaching macramé for over 4 years now and loves to share her knowledge with macramé and various other mediums.
Collaborations: Vajor, The Craftsutra, HobbMob, The Turtle Cafe along with many personal workshops at LBB Delhi and Bangalore, Fabindia & Cafe Blue Tokai.
Date: 23rd February 2020
Timings: 10:15 AM 1:00 PM
* Please wear loose and comfortable clothes.
* This program is open to everyone; you can list this in the media.