Learn the art of knotting in this fun macrame workshop with former HCCC resident artists Tarina Frank and Rene Henry. Macrame is a technique that uses several knots to form the basic shape and function of a textile. Each knot is created with your hands, and there are no other tools required, other than a mounting ring to keep the item in place while you work.
In this beginner-level workshop, experiment with the square knot, and learn how to create endless design combinations. Use cotton cording to knot your plant hanger, and learn how to grow and tend to indoor herbs from plant enthusiast Tarina Frank, who will share helpful tips to keep your herbs going all summer. Leave with a finished hanging planter, a potted plant, and the know-how to design and create more macrame pieces on your own.
Note: This event is subject to change or cancellation in response to current COVID-19 conditions. The workshop takes place in person and inside the HCCC building. Space is limited to a maximum of 20 participants.
$45 for HCCC members
$55 for Non-Members
Online registration opens mid-May.
This class is for adults aged 18+ or children aged 13+ accompanied by a parent or guardian. No experience is necessary. Pre-registration is required and includes instructor, basic materials, tools, and administration fees. Registration closes on June 9, at 12 PM.
Workshops are subject to cancellation or change due to low enrollment. Registrants will be notified seven (7) days in advance if the workshop is canceled by HCCC. If registrants need to cancel their registration, they must do so at least 14 days in advance to receive a full refund. No refunds will be made for cancellations made less than two weeks prior to the workshop date. To cancel your registration, email HCCC at email@example.com, so that someone on the waiting list can attend the workshop.