With the popularity of Macramé bags, we thought we would add a beautiful Macramé Market bag to our workshop range, that is not only practical but bang on trend!
Macramé is such a mindful craft & is very therapeutic. So, you will feel a real sense of achievement that in one session you have created your own bag!
This workshop is suitable for beginners as Paula will guide you through the different processes required to create your bag.
With two shoulder straps & a clever knotting detail that expands with whatever you are carrying, this bag is so versatile! You can also choose how to finish your bag either with a neat edge or with a cute tassel!
Throughout the workshop Paula will be available to assist anyone who needs her help; however, if you do not complete your bag in the session, you will be shown how to finish & everyone will have instructions to take away with you.
We use a 5mm Braided recycled cotton cord which is soft to use & washable. We have a range of 10 colours to choose from. If you would like to add some highlight colours, or would like to do a mixture of tones, these will also be available on the day. So please choose your favourite colour on your booking form & then you may customise on the day.
Extra yarn will be available on the day to buy so you can make more bags for friends & family when you get home!
Once finished, your Macramé Market Bag can be used for so many occasions, either as a modern addition to your wardrobe or as gift, made by you!
The price includes your tuition, all materials to make one bag, plus a copy of our Macramé Bag Workshop Instructions.
Colours : Silver, Blush Pink, Mustard, Terracotta, Sunset, Teal, Laurel, Peacock Blue , Charcoal & Black.
KHY Sewing School are requesting that you arrive at the venue 15 minutes before the workshop is due to start to enable a run through of Covid-19 measures, and they also have a Covid-19 Waiver that needs to be signed. They also inform us that Parking is available, but it now needs to be paid.
Sunday 6th June 10:00am – 1:00pm
Sunday 26th Sept 10:00am – 1:00pm
This workshop will only run with a minimum of 6 participants.