Macramé and Meatballs with Flour, Eggs, Water at the Tramsheds
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Learn how to craft knotted cotton wall hangings while you scarf meatballs and sip wine
It’s a relatively simple concept: knot together lengths of cotton to create a textured artwork you’d be proud to hang on your wall. In practice, the craft of macramé is a little more complicated, and you’re likely to require an experienced knot and looper guide to take you through the motions.
Pasta masters Flour, Eggs, Water are expanding their carby offering and inviting you to just such a class at the Tramsheds. You’ll become a macramé pro, working with luxe cotton from Chompa Handmade, and also get to feast on meatballs or truffle macaroni and cheese plus a glass of wine. All these materials and snacks are included in your ticket, but you can splash out and keep the drinks and snacks coming from the regular menu too.
While the class does have a practical outcome and you’ll leave with a new prize display, the intent is for participants to slow down, enjoy some banter over craft and connect with your fellow creatives.