Monday, 3 June 2013

Ladies of the Knot....Macrame class

 These ladies were a very industrious bunch, it was heads down and knots away!






 A Mum and Daughter team! 


The Results!

 A special thanks to these lovely ladies for their 
enthusiasm and kindness,
 we all had a lovely time, joined in the knot!


 Sorry some of the pic's are a bit dark....It was the first day of winter and Melbourne didn't let us down! ;0

Pippa






17 comments:

  1. This looks like so much fun! If I lived there, you could count on me to be one of your students.

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    1. You would be MOST welcome Dana!

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  2. Looks like a great class Pippa - heads down and knots on indeed. Some really beautiful hangers made!

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    1. Thanks Donna, they are delightful hangers :)

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  3. Wow-was the class for beginners? Some beautiful work there. I love macrame-esq woven 'jewllery' and looking at your students work made me want to learn too so i could have a bash at making my own...one day...one day x

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    1. Yep beginners alright, they did well!
      Look out for a class, you'd love it!
      Making Jewellery sounds great! x

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  4. Oh my! Look at them all. Macrame's not dead that's for sure. I think it would be easier to learn if someone was showing you what to do. I don't know how you can do it just from books. I'm with Dana. If I were in Melbourne I'd enrol too! And in your ceramics class because I'd make you have a ceramics class.

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  5. Wow! You had some clever students in your class Miss.

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  6. Oh, just by looking at those great ladies and wonderful products I know I'd love it there!! And with a teacher like you, who wouldn't? It looks like so much fun, Pippa!!!

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    1. You too, are welcome anytime Tove!

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  7. Oh how cool ... I would love to be a part of your lovely class if only I were closer ... Bee xx

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    1. Thanks Bee, your welcome anytime! x

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  8. Very fun class. I have never mentioned this in your posts, but during the early seventies (DUH) I was a marcrame-ing fiend. It was how I earned pocket change before I was old enough to babysit. My specialty was plant hangers, owl wall hangings and owl necklaces. If I can find any I will take pictures and post. My mom may have some still.

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    1. I would love to see that, Rebecca!
      love the fiend bit...yes us knotters can be very fiendish! :)

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  9. It looks like it was a huge success! What lovely things everyone made. Due to an awesome teacher I would think.

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