The history of Macrame is a long one, perhaps going back all the way to Babylon. Much later, Arab weavers then knotted excess thread along the edges of hand-loomed fabrics such as towels, shawls, and veils into decorative fringes. (The word macramé is probably derived from the Arabic miqramah, believed to mean “striped towel” or “ornamental fringe”.
In this 2hrs interactive workshop, you will learn the basic knots and how to combine them into a wall hanging for room decoration, and of course, you can then take your work back home with you.
Bentuk Bali is one of the well-known macramé makers in Bali, in business since 2018, and Leony is its founder. She is the tutor in this workshop at Usada.