Macrame Workshop Course

Macrame Workshop Course

Join Knot Calm at Dune Cafe on the October 11 and 25 as well as November 8 and learn how to create three different macrame projects. Each class will take you through the different macrame knots and turn them into a unique homewares item for you to take home.

It is up to you whether you join us for one of the classes, or participate in all three to give you a full macrame course and deepen your knowledge of the art form. Each class is beginner friendly and will teach new and exciting skills.
Book now for the three class macrame course for just $140 per person, or simply pick your favourite of the three and join us for one day for $55 per class. See below for details on each class project.

The perfect way to carry your bottles around. The stretch material used to create these means that it fits all kinds of bottles. Great for hikes, sports or taking wine to parties!

Bring along your own potted plant and make a macrame hanger to hang up in your home. Made out of natural cotton cord to suit any decor.

Make your very own boho macrame wall hanging to suit any room in the house. Made out of a natural cotton cord.

Cost includes a small coffee on arrival from Dune Cafe, all macrame materials for the project, as well as a Basic Macrame Knots booklet. Limit to ten people per class, so book early to avoid missing out.

Knot Calm and Dune Cafe practice safe COVID-19 guidelines and measures. Your teacher, Courtney Cook, is COVID-19 aware. This means they will not run a class if they have had flu symptoms within the last 14 days, and will adhere to relevant state restrictions. Gloves and hand sanitiser available at venue. Everyone is expected to practice social distancing. If the event cannot go ahead due to changes in restrictions or unforeseen circumstances, you will be notified and a full refund will be given. If you are experiencing flu symptoms and are unable to attend the event, a full refund will be given provided sufficient notice.

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