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Come and learn how to make a macrame plant hanger for your home in a beautiful setting in the center of London.

Isabella will teach you, step by step, all the knots to make a gorgeous Bohemian inspired plant holder to take home, along with a terracotta pot.

All the material is provided and its ideal for beginners.

Classes are limited to 8 spaces only, book early to avoid disappointment!

Isabella will have two material options: natural cotton rope or t-shirt yarn, both made from 100% recycled cotton.

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What you need

Equipment: All materials will be provided upon arrival.

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Anytime Booking

This is an Anytime experience, meaning the host can run the experience to fit your schedule!

You need to be a group of minimum 3

Available on Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Between 10:00 and 20:00

SW3, Kensington and Chelsea (address might differ to one shown in the map below)

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Cancellation Policy

You may cancel this booking up to 5 days and 0 hours in advance.

Did you know?

An average size tree can provide enough wood to make 170,100 pencils!

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4-6 Gravel Ln, London, UK

Ratings & Reviews

5 ( 1)

Macrame Plant Hanger Workshop

Isabella is a fantastic and patient teacher. I took part in her macrame class and I loved every minute of it. I highly recommend it. I will be looking to book again if she is in the Bristol area again.

Been on 3 EmptyChair workshop(s)

The Host

Isabella is a self-taught maker and has always been attracted to all things hand-made. She now concentrates, mainly, in sharing her skills to other creatives, as well as making exclusive handmade pieces for few online boutiques and learning new crafts.

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