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mala knotting workshop final

Workshop Description

Learn the traditional method of knotting for a soft, fluid and more secure piece of jewellery. Using semi-precious stones, wooden beads and knotting cord you will create a beautiful mala-style necklace. This technique can be used for knotting pearls as well.

 *Note: The workshop time allows for learning how to knot, and how to finish your necklace. Since a traditional mala is 108 beads, it is unlikely that your project will be completed in the class time. However, you are welcome to stay at our table during store hours to work on your project.

Time:

2.5 Hours

Cost:

$75 +tax

mala knotting workshop final

Workshop Description

Learn the traditional method of knotting for a soft, fluid and more secure piece of jewellery. Using semi-precious stones, wooden beads and knotting cord you will create a beautiful mala-style necklace. This technique can be used for knotting pearls as well.

 *Note: The workshop time allows for learning how to knot, and how to finish your necklace. Since a traditional mala is 108 beads, it is unlikely that your project will be completed in the class time. However, you are welcome to stay at our table during store hours to work on your project.

Time:

2 Hours

Cost:

$65 +tax

mala knotting workshop final

Workshop Description

Learn the traditional method of knotting for a soft, fluid and more secure piece of jewellery. Using semi-precious stones, wooden beads and knotting cord you will create a beautiful mala-style necklace. This technique can be used for knotting pearls as well.

 *Note: The workshop time allows for learning how to knot, and how to finish your necklace. Since a traditional mala is 108 beads, it is unlikely that your project will be completed in the class time. However, you are welcome to stay at our table during store hours to work on your project.

Time:

2.5 Hours

Cost:

$75 +tax

Learn the simple and traditional method of knotting for a soft, fluid and more secure piece of jewellery. Using silk thread, nylon, or waxed linen with natural wood, you will create a beautiful mala-style necklace.

This technique can be utilized for a variety of classic and contemporary styles.

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