11 June 2021, 12:00 pm-1:00 pm
This event will take place over zoom
Price: This is a free event
Macramé was a speciality of Genoa, where, in the 19th century, towels decorated with knotted cord were popular. Its roots were in a 16th-century technique of knotting lace known as punto a groppo. In the 1960s macramé became a popular craft and creative art technique in America and in Europe. It's a beautiful way to decorate your home, and hang your plants, so join LUU staff and students for this crafting session.
The sessions are open to all Leeds University students, they can be attended in groups, or as individuals - so feel free to use them as club and society socials, turn up with your housemates or come on your own for an informal chat, an opportunity to meet new people and do some creative crafting. The sessions are being hosted by LUU activities staff, so if you're new to this craft - don't worry - we'll all be learning together!
The event will take place over zoom and we will send the meeting link to your stated email address in advance of the event. The events do have a limited capacity, so book in advance to secure your place.
Please sign up before 28th May in order to ensure your kit arrives in time.
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