Escondido about to get a little bit knotty

September 22, 2017 by  

The art of macramé involves using a variety of knots to craft items from jute and other natural and manmade fibers, and residents of Escondido are invited to a workshop that will teach them how to make their very own decorative wall hanging.

The session, which will be held in the new event space at Smoke & Brine, will teach the participants how to use various macramé techniques to create a decorative piece to take home. If they wish, they can take a few more steps and convert it into a plant holder that they can hang on the wall. No experience is needed to make the craft, and facilitators will be on site, giving step-by-step instructions.

As they work, those who come to the event will be offered an assortment of snacks, as well as champagne, which is included in the price of the tickets. The organizers have planned for it to be both social and relaxing, and there will be time for the crafters to chat with friends old and new. Flyers can be distributed throughout the community to promote an activity such as this.

This evening, which promises a knotty good time to those who attend, will take place in the Smoke & Brine Co. Warehouse on October 7. More information can be found on the organizer’s website.