If macramé master Paige Windsor has her way Dubbo will soon be home to the arts most skilled crafters.
Miss Windsor, who sells a variety of macrame items online at PJW Crafts, has been running macrame workshops.
Ironically, Miss Windsor said she first started learning macrame at a workshop in Dubbo.
"Ever since, I have self-taught myself the different knots, patterns and designs that I currently use in my work. I started selling items after I became confident with making macramé items," she said.
"Over the last four months, I have jumped right into my business, holding workshops, attending markets and starting up a website - pjwcrafts.com.au.
"I held my first beginner's macramé workshop on October 9, after my manager at My Tutor, Emma Gersbach, approached me.
"I was eager to hold my first macramé workshop, as I had 12 children excited to attend.
"Due to interest in this workshop, I have decided to run another macramé workshop for children aged 10-18 years these school holidays.
"This workshop will be running from 9am to 11.30am on Monday, January 18 and Tuesday, January 19. I am also starting to organise adult macramé workshops, so please keep your eyes peeled for those."
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