Artist reception will be held April 8th, 12-2:00 . The public is welcome!
About the Artist
Vermont has always been where I felt most at home, though I have lived in many other places. I started Vermont Macrame in 2019, when I realized how much I loved having a plant hanging in the window in my kitchen. I want everyone to have plants hanging in their homes – that’s my mission!
I feel strongly about the environmental impact we have. All of the rope I use is 100% cotton made from the leftover scraps of fabric from the garment industry. I buy materials from women-owned small businesses and use vintage wooden beads and vintage macrame cord as well. The tree branches used for my wall hangings are foraged from fallen trees in the woods or driftwood found near rivers and beachy shores. All of my work is high quality with attention to detail paid to each last strand of fringe. Macrame is my meditation, therapy and creative outlet.