Join us January 31st and February 1st, 9am-1pm  for the first of many Creator Workshops in Ned Ludd’s new gathering space, Elder Hall.  The fabulous Emily Katz, Modern Macrame artist and designer extraordinaire will be teaching two food themed macrame workshops at the Hall. Shaker inspired, Elder hall was designed to connect people and ideas through craft around gatherings at the table. Class will commence at 9am both days with lunch served about noon. At the end of class you'll join us at the table to enjoy some inspired conversation and a little lunch and wine all in the pursuit of connection, camaraderie and conviviality! Lunch will be lovingly prepared by Chef/Owner Jason French. Call (503) 477-4725 or email Events@ElderHall.com to reserve. All classes are pre-paid. Class size limited to 12.

Trivets x Two

Saturday, January 31st we are offering an intro to macrame class where you will learn the basic knots, and how to apply the knots to a project. You will make 2 adorable macrame trivets to use in your kitchen, bar or to add a touch of handmade someplace else in your home! All project materials included: rope. Lunch and drinks provided  $120

Fresh Herb Garden

Sunday, February 1st we will offer a hanging herb garden class. You will learn 2 basic macrame knots which form the basis for almost any macrame projects.  Next you will create, from start to finish, a macrame hanging herb garden to hang in your kitchen or on your patio so you'll always have fresh herbs at arms reach to accent any meal. All project materials included: rope, small herb plant and ceramic pot. Lunch and drinks provided  $150

Elder Hall/ 3929 NE MLK Blvd/ Portland, Oregon 97212

 

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