Not Your Grandma’s Macramé – Plant Hangars

Thursday, Jan 9, 2020      5:30pm – 7:30pm
Ages 17+

Macramé is back! Hop on the hot trend with Macrame Artist, Abby Gammons. This beginner-friendly workshop will explore fiber art as an art medium and go over the fundamentals including material selection and basic hand knotting techniques. You will learn how to use the basic knots of macramé to create a beautiful plant hanger with step-by-step instructions and live demonstrations. Your plants will have a new home and complement any space you choose to hang it.

General Registration: $45

Available discounts:
10% museum member discount
10% multiple registration discount



Abby Gammons is a self-taught macrame artist whose passion is to help you bring one-of-a-kind wall hangings into your Bohemian home. Born a free spirit who loves to work with my hands, she was naturally drawn to macrame. Inspired by the West Coast lifestyle that invites effortless and laid-back sentiment, she creates fiber art designed to bring that experience into your home. “As I knot multiple strands of rope, I intertwine a distinctive Bohemian nuance with the pattern. The result is a thick, textured wall hanging that makes a room feel warm and inviting.”