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Macramé Bracelets (11 years up)

With Tanja Pauls and Tasha Salmi

Organised by Riverside Education

Friday, 16th February, 3.30pm to 5pm

$10 per participants. Sponsorships available.

Limited Spaces. Bookings essential.

Book Now Bookings close Wednesday, 14th February, 2pm

At Riverside Cafe

Teenagers and adults alike can enjoy making these trendy macramé bracelets for their friends and themselves. Tash and Tanja will guide participants in creating simple macramé bracelets using colorful threads and beads.

Despite their intricate appearance, mastering macramé is as easy as tying a knot. This ancient decorative knotting craft allows anyone to create beautiful and functional pieces of art with a touch of vintage flair. Macramé can be found in various items such as belts, jewelry, wall hangings, hanging baskets, and, of course, friendship bracelets.

These bracelets utilize the square knot, which is a basic but strong braid. You can experiment with different thicknesses and even create spiral patterns to add variety. With a bit of practice, you'll become proficient in creating these bracelets and feel like a pro. Each bracelet can be made unique by playing with different thread types, colors, and thicknesses.

Don't miss out on the opportunity to join this macramé bracelet workshop and enjoy the satisfaction of crafting your own stylish accessories.

Bookings close Wednesday, 14th February, 2pm. Bookings essential. Book Now

This workshop is proudly sponsored by the Riverside Community Trust. Please contact Tanja (at education@riverside.org.nz) for workshop questions or to ask about sponsorship options.

Macramé Bracelets Riverside


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