Sunday, December 8, 2019, 10:00-12:30


Class Fee: $50, seating is limited, reserve your space early.

Please reserve your space by November 23, 2019

Top left: Kenyatta Forbes, Instructor, Artist, and Business Owner

Class Description: Join the founder and the working hands behind Urban Macrame Fibers, Kenyatta Forbes, to learn the art of knotting. Beginners welcome! Class size is small so everyone will receive individual attention. You’ll learn the knots and craft your piece using cotton rope and decorative beads at your own pace. Design your macrame project with an urban and contemporary spin. You will leave with a finished Plant Hanger for your home or for a gift to a loved one, as well as the knowledge to continue your macrame journey. 

All supplies included: 

– 100% Cotton Rope

– Wood Ring and Beads

– Personal Instruction

 Kenyatta Forbes is a multi-disciplinary artist who uses her own experiences in exploration of fiber as a means for understanding the world. Using a mixture of traditional hand techniques like weaving, knotting, sewing, and leather making, she combines elements to create narratives. Focusing more on process that completion, pieces are not planned but born and developed over time. Seeing her practice as a component to mindfulness, she uses the meditative nature of fiber play to form connections to the past, present, and future.

Questions: Contact the SFWA Gallery.