Mindful Macramé: Wall Hanging Workshop

Mindful Macramé: Wall Hanging Workshop

Field of Artisans / Whalers Brewing Company (map)

Mindful Macramé: Wall Hanging Workshop

with Christine Munroe, Language of Knots 

Join Christine Munroe of Language of Knots for a Macramé Wall Hanging Workshop at Field of Artisans. In this workshop, you’ll make your own macramé masterpiece from start to finish. You’ll be learning the foundational knots of macramé while you construct a wall hanging that can hang as a staple piece in any room or be given as the perfect Holiday gift. 

 

This class is a perfect fit for beginners, plant hanger workshop students looking for the next step or those who want to freshen up on their skills.

 

Join us in the Field for an afternoon filled with creativity, support, and inspiration. Whalers beer will be available for purchase while you create! ;) All macramé materials will be provided for you!

Price:

$75, includes all materials and professional guidance

Materials Provided:

-USA made cotton rope

-cedar wood dowels

When:

Sunday, December 16th

11:30am-1:30pm

Where:

Field of Artisans // Whalers Brewing Company

1174 Kingstown Road

South Kingstown, RI

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About the Instructor:

Fiber Artist Christine Munroe works with many mediums to create her one of a kind art that brings style and warmth into any space. Utilizing ancient knotting technique in innovative and modern ways, her artwork spans from pieces small enough to fit in the palm of your hand to large home décor installations that transform a room.

With a background in Fashion and Photography, Christine headed west from New York City to further her creative career. She believes that through creating and sharing art, it’s possible for anyone to find a meaningful sense of peace, fulfillment and deeper purpose. She currently lives and creates in San Francisco, California.


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