You'll learn the various knots to make a beautiful wall hanging.
This is a great workshop for team-building and for the whole family. Please read our Workshop FAQ for more info.
All supplies are included in the workshop. Light snacks and refreshments will be served and you’ll also receive a 15% off discount at the Poketo shop in the lobby as well as all future workshops. All materials are included in the workshop and light snacks and refreshments will be served. You’ll also receive a 15% off discount at the Poketo shop in the lobby as well as all future workshops.
*Please arrive 15 minutes early and check in at the Poketo store inside The Line Hotel. Valet parking is available at the hotel at a reduced rate of $10 for workshop attendees. Otherwise, there is offsite street parking available nearby.
In need of a little post-workshop R&R? Book a room online at thelinehotel.com with code: POK3515 and receive a very special Friends and Family rate from Poketo.
If you are no longer able to attend, we are able to provide online store credit only if the cancellation is made more than one week prior to the course date. Should you have any questions, or if this workshop is sold out and you would like to be put on a waiting list, please visit our Workshops FAQ's page or email email@example.com.
Elsie Goodwin of Reform Fibers is a fiber artist with over 20 years of experience. She specializes in macrame, knits, crochets, and needle punch hooking. As a veteran of over 15 years of fashion industry experience, her mission is to inspire others to work with their hands, explore their creativity, challenge their minds and to create more beauty in their world. Elsie is a wife and mother to two girls and enjoys sharing her process and "flow" of her life with others. She has worked with likes of West Elm, The National History Museum, Autograph Hotels, and more.
There's an unmistakable sense of "cool" at The Line Hotel, a mid-century building located in L.A.'s Koreatown.
A collaborative effort headed by the Sydell Group, the décor is industrial hip, with raw cement walls, floor-to-ceiling views of the Hollywood Hills and a diverse collection of multimedia works by contributing artists adorning the rooms. Their bars and restaurants stay true to the backgrounds of the bartenders and chefs: POT serves up Koreatown and Korean food —their “Boot Knocker” is a memorable mix of instant ramen, pork, and canned meats.
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