Macramé Workshop: Keychains
Time & Location
About the Event
Macramé – a form of textile-making using knotting, as opposed to knitting or weaving – is super hot right now. Whether it used for wall hangings or planters, macramé can add such great texture to any wall or corner of the home. It turns out; it’s a pretty fun way to spend your free time. Interested in learning more? Aubrey Sipula of Toil and Thyme will be taking over our studio to teach you how to make 2 macramé keychains in colors of your choice. These workshops are designed to help develop a new craft, meet new friends, and walk away with a beautiful work of art–created by you, for your home.
Ages: Teen-Adult | Instructor: Aubrey Sipula
Masks must be worn.
Tables 6 ft apart.
BYOB permitted to guests over 21.
Open Space disclaims any and all liability for alcohol-related accidents or injuries arising out of its activities, or arising out of the activities of its customers. Therefore, in consideration of participating in the activities of Open Space classes, attendees do hereby agree to indemnify and hold harmless Open Space, its proprietors and employees, and any guest speakers, instructors or artists for any loss, cost and expense incurred as the result of their conduct, whether on or off the premises.