Spring Pop-ups, Workshops, & Events

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Introducing: Macrame &


Workshop Series

I’m so excited to announce my new workshop series “Macrame and Mimosas” ! These workshops will be taking place all year long throughout the Capital Region and Central New York. You can enjoy complimentary snacks and yummy mimosas all while learning macrame.

Negritude 2/25

SALTspace 6:00- 8:30pm

In celebration of Black History Month, Black Artist Collective (BAC) will host the “Négritude Night” showcase. The showcase is FREE and open to the community.

Macrame & Margaritas 3/9

Everson Museum of Art 6:00-8:00

Fun macrame workshop! Drinks, light snacks, and materials included. Limited spaces [SOLD OUT]

APW Fundraiser 3/18

APW Central School District 10:00-4:00

Raising money for APW’s freshman class activities and events.

Uncommon Artisans at the Commons 4/1

Crescent Commons

Taking place on the first Saturday of every month

Night Market 4/21

Palette 5:00- 8:00pm

Palette Saratoga and Caffeine Queens are hosting monthly Night Markets to support small businesses.

Macrame & Mimosas 4/29

Golden Bee Bookshop 5:00-7:00pm

Fun macrame workshop! Drinks, light snacks, and materials included. Limited spaces

Mother Earth Music and Art Market 4/22

Middle Ages Beer Hall

Featuring music by Steve Maclean and 40+ artisans! Its on Earth Day and I will be collecting donations for Friends of Tivoli Lake Preserve and Farm, Inc.

Cinco de Mayo: Macrame and Margaritas 5/5

View Arts 4:00- 6:00pm

Celebrate with a fun macrame workshop and some yummy drinks!

Our Time : A Play 4/2

A play originally written by Thornton Wilder presented by Syracuse Stage and directed by Robert Hupp. Come have a thought provoking evening filled with fun and art.

Jay St Collective Booth

Bonafide Macramé Artist

I’m doing art fulltime! I decided while I was finishing my bachelors degree in Syracuse at ESF I would pursue art as my full part-time gig. I’ve never had my own business and honestly I’m not sure that I’ve ever really wanted to.

Getting Artsy Fartsy Starting a Handmade Business

I’ve been doing macramé for my own personal pleasure for at least 4 years. I’ve had lots of fun with it and have even made things for friends and family. My artist friends have been telling me for years that I should sell macramé. I’ve been hesitant because even though I’m proud of the things I’ve created, I’ve created them for me. I knew once I started making things for other people I would then be opening myself up to judgement and critique. Two things no one is ever interested in. I was ultimately worried it would take all the fun out of it.

But here I am…. plotting my move to Syracuse and thinking about how I’m going to adjust my lifestyle with just one income (my fiancé’s). I realized now was the best time to test out selling macramé because I finally have some free time. I signed-up to work the Guilderland Farmer’s market on Sunday mornings and I have to say it’s been going… “not bad.”

As with any business there’s start-up cost and up-front expenses that put you in a deficit. I wont get into the specifics but after working 2 farmers markets and Art on Lark, I have finally made a profit. I have to say, it feels good. I’m excited! It’s opened my eyes up to new possibilities for sure. I’ve also learned so much. One of the perks of selling macramé has been meeting other artist. There’s so many talented people in the capital district. Everyone has been so willing to share their tips. It’s really quite lovely.

I’ve also realized this is not something I can do while I’m in school. It’s incredibly too demanding and I would not have the time for my studies. That is all fine and dandy though because I’ve got other ideas.

You can purchase macramé in my store starting Monday. They are made to order and ship FREE.

Love and light everyone,

Tati 🙂

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