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? Melanie from Amelia Grace y Punto will be taking over the Reeves House on Saturday, July 24th to teach a workshop on macramé wall hangings.
Do I Need Experience? One of the common questions we see is “Do I need experience to come?” and the answer is No! You’re there to learn the art. Melanie will guide you from start to finish, and is happy to answer questions and offer her insight.
When You Arrive – Who doesn’t love a nice goodie bag? Upon arrival you will receive a gift bag with all the materials for your Macramé piece.
For example, that includes a wooden dowel, 100′ of rope, and S hooks.
Get a chance to connect Women’s Work in the Gallery to a topic right out here in our community!
Saturday, July 24th
There is no charge for the Gallery or this event. We encourage you to RSVP in order to stay in the loop with future events and ask that you consider a tax-deductible donation to help us continue to program accessible experiences for our entire community.
Due to Health Department regulations in the Cafe and for the safety of the Gallery pieces, only service animals are permitted inside the building.
All surfaces will be wiped down and sanitized prior to opening.
Masks and Facial Coverings
Face coverings are encouraged during this event to ensure the safety of all guests and staff.