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Jewellry Workshops in the Moreton Bay Region

By Chloe Boswell

Learn to make a modern rope bracelet using the ancient technique of thread wrapping. Using rope cord and embroidery thread in your chosen colour pallet, Karen Carr of Enka Studio will demonstrate this relaxing technique in a hands on maker’s workshop. Participants will take home a lovely piece of wearable art customised for themselves or someone special.

Enka Studio was borne from Karen Carr’s desire to live more slowly and creatively and to share her love of colour and design. After working as a lawyer for 20 years, Karen now designs and hand crafts jewellery in her home studio while raising her two young sons.

Most pieces are limited edition and small batch, so that each piece is exclusive. Each collection unveils a vision for colour and texture that strongly imbues the unique light and casual energy of Brisbane, fused with the aesthetics of luxe tribal and mid-century style.

The workshop will be located at the Caboolture hub on the 8th April 2017 at 10am. Don’t miss out!

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