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Course: Macrame for beginners

  • Kutomo Craft Studio Malagankatu 5 Helsinki 00220 Finland (map)

Macrame for beginners

During the course we will learn three basic knots. First we will practise making the knots one by one and then we will make a mini-sized macrame project.

If you already know some macrame, this course is a good opportunity to brush up on your skills. However, we will concentrate on the basic knots due to time limitations.

During the evening there is also a possibility to buy macrame materials, so you can put your newly-learned skills to use as soon as you get home!

Samples of small macrame projects. Photo: Anni Laitinen.

Samples of small macrame projects. Photo: Anni Laitinen.

Course fee: €30, includes all the necessary materials for practising the knots and making the mini project.

Date and time: Tuesday 8 October, 18:00-21:00

Course language: Finnish, but it’s also possible to get instructions in English

Sign up for the course by sending an email to studio@kutomostudio.com. Minimum 6 and maximum 8 participants. You can pay the course fee by bank or credit card when you come to the course.

 If you cancel your participation less than 5 days before the course, you will be charged the full course fee. Please read the terms and conditions in detail.

About the teacher:

Jenni’s love for handicrafts and rya rugs dates back to her school days, when she made her first rya rug at the age of 10. In 2016 Jenni set up her own company, Iltamaa, where she organises craft courses in places that have special cultural significance or are otherwise interesting.

Jenni is an artisan, an IT engineer, a vocational teacher and has a degree in business management. Because of her diverse background, Jenni’s courses are well planned and managed, and every participant’s individual needs will be taken into consideration. Everyone will get all the help they need, and Jenni will be more than happy to give her guidance and tips. Jenni’s warm-hearted way of meeting each individual makes for a relaxing and open atmosphere. Jenni takes care of the course participants before, during and after the course, and she will encourage and motivate the participants.

Jenni is environmentally conscious, and uses materials and resources in a careful manner. In her business, Jenni also offers support for people who have difficulties in finding employment. Jenni’s humane and environmental values are evident in everything she does, including her business.

www.iltamaa.fi

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