Macrame Necklace Workshop
27 October @ 9:30 am - 3:30 pm BST£95.00
Macramé is a form of textile produced using kottting techniques. It is an ancient art and the origin is generally attributed to Arabic weavers during the 13th century, using decorative knots to finish the loose ends of hand-woven textiles.
Join us for our unique and relaxing workshop, where you will learn the skills to create your own beautifully styled, macramé necklaces. You will have the opportunity to make up to 3 pieces of statement jewellery (possible more if you have the time!). Your day will be spent in our Glass Room with tutor Mellisa of Jopp Jewellery.
We welcome all levels of expertise from beginner to the accomplished.
About the tutor
Melissa is a designer and maker and is inspired by pattern, colour, architecture and texture and works from her Cheshire home studio. She loves experimenting with new colour combinations, textures and mediums to make each piece of jewellery beautifully bespoke.
One of her greatest passions is teaching; passing on skills to eager crafters and makers. Nothing gives her more joy than seeing someone discover a craft they truly love. Melissa has a BA hons in Textile Design and a PGCE in Secondary Art and Design and has spent many years running fun and sociable craft workshops around Manchester and Cheshire.
Timetable of the day
09.30 A warm welcome to @:Toolerstone with coffee & tea
10.00 Demonstration by Melissa of the techniques and methods used and then you can work at your own pace to create your own necklaces.
11.30 Coffee, tea & home-made biscuits
13.00 Delicious, home-made lunch served in the refectory
14.00 Back to your macramé creations
15.30 Workshop ends but, your love of all things creative will continue.
What is included on the day?
- All drinks, refreshments and a delicious lunch are included
- All materials and tools will be provided for you to use on the day
- An apron will be provided for the duration of the workshop
- You can take your creations home with you
- Free onsite car parking
Do I need to bring anything?
Just a smile and willingness to learn.