This online workshop takes place on Friday, June 25th, from 5-6 PM PST via Zoom Meeting. You will receive login directions before the workshop.
Come celebrate Pride Month with Michael Gabrielle and Jenny Lemons by making your own macrame rainbow!
During this class, Michael will teach you all the knots needed to make a macrame rainbow (spoiler - there are only two types of knots you need to know!). Some experience with knot tying is helpful, but not necessary - all skill levels welcome.
You'll leave this workshop with a completed (or almost completed!) macrame rainbow, and the tools you need to continue your macrame journey on your own.
Choose from two booking options:
1. Supply your own materials!For this class, you will need some assorted colors of rope (5mm twisted cotton rope), scissors, tape (optional), measuring tape, something to hang your piece from (wooden dowel or ring, copper pipe, twine, etc)
2. Purchase a kit from us that includes:
About the instructor:
Michael Gabrielle is a queer artist and facilitator based in San Francisco. Originally from Rhode Island, Michael graduated from Brown University with a degree in Visual Arts and went on to work for an expressive arts studio, helping people to use art as a tool for taking care of their mental health. Michael is now the Education Programs Manager at Root Division, a Bay Area arts non-profit that supports local and emerging artists, and brings free art classes to kids in the community. His personal art practice currently includes macrame & fiber arts, illustration, woodworking, and painting.
About the series:
Jenny Lemons Craft Nights bring people together to enjoy each other's company and make things with their hands. Each month, we partner with a different artist or creative from our community who presents a project related to their craft.
***Register by June 18th to receive your kit in time for class. Any Later, please choose priority shipping at checkout!
This kit is available for pickup.