This course will teach you on how to reuse and reduce fabric wastage by training you on making your own handmade tea coaster with old discarded clothes.
We all do have some clothes in wardrobe which we no longer wear, so why not use those clothes and making something interesting? Here we will be using old t-shirts, leggings etc to make lovely handmade tea coasters.
In order to get started, you do not need to have any prior knowledge of any kind of knotting technique or crochet etc. Only enthusiasm to learn something new is enough :)
we will be making a tea coaster in this session, whose diameter can further be increased to make rugs, table top, door mats etc. This project has minimal requirement and everything is always available at home
I am Hyderabad based self learned artist who has zeal to learn new things and also to share the learning with others. There is a pioneer incident associated with my Clay art journey. It was Ganesh Chaturthi when I first bought clay and decided to make Ganapati ji for pooja. Unexpectedly it came out lovely and many people loved it and encouraged me to do further in sulpting. I liked working with clay as well and started making many more clay models.. :)
Macrame- This name itself is a stress buster for me.Ironically, macrame knotting untangles my knots of thoughts and revives me from within. So its journey started with my love for plants and gardening. I like greenary around me. I have many plants indoors as well as outdoors and macrame helps me in increasing the beauty of my plants and resolves space constraint.