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Green x Macrame Workshop at G.O. Market

So happy we have hold a free workshop at Greennomarket last Sunday. About 10 students took the workshop at the outdoor market. We used stones from beach to promote Green Concept in HK. The workshop allows  you to learn the basic concept of stone wrapping, a quick 30 minutes session to bring a pendant back home. We were so lucky the weather was quite pleasant, and felt so relaxed working in the park and making macrame while listening to live band music next to us. Greennomarket has also invited me for a Facebook Live Interview to let more people know more about our brand. It has been a very fruitful experience to be a vendor on the market. They have helped me...

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Macrame Journey

       Macrame Macrame is a form of textiles using knotting. One square inch of knots can take over an hour and contain more than 250 knots. All the macrame accessories are produced with Hemp & cotton waterproof linen. With this waxed macrame cord, it is 100% washable and the color doesn't run or fade neither in sun and water.                   How do I start it ?   The art of macramé jewelry began in Latin America and spread to the other part of the world by travellers. I like travel and handmade. In 2013, I went on a hitchhiking journey beginning from Xinjiang , to Tibet , and arrived Nepal. I...

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