Life is about the journey - some roads are not always what they seem but you sure learn a great deal from them!
FUN FACT: The art of macrame can be traced back to the 13th century. Arab artisans knotted excess thread along the edges of bath towels, shawls and veils. The word 'macrame' is Spanish which is derived from the Arab word 'migramah', believed to mean 'ornament fringe'.
These holidays, Tangle Macrame is hosting a Macrame Workshop for kids. It will be held at the Bruno Gianatti Hall in Jarrahdale, on 22 January 2020 from 10 am to 11.45 am. All material will be provided to create a mini wall hanging. A mini fruit platter will be provided for morning tea. Bookings are essential. Tickets are $28.00 per child.
The workshop is aimed at children age 8 and older. Macrame is known to increase social & emotional health while also developing focus skill and self esteem. Notably, it is a great skill to have, especially for future school projects.