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Tied up in knots

A few of our residents recently learned how to turn knotted ropes into practical art by creating macramé art.

Macramé was very popular in the 1970s, but has gained popularity with older and younger crowds alike over the last few years. It is a technique of creating art or even functional pieces by tying knots together to create structure and form.

Common macramé creations include plant hangers, bags, and wall hangings.

With a few minutes of lessons, our knot-tiers were fast on their way to enjoying this unique art form. Of course, They had the best teacher, our business office manager Shelley Eisenman, who works on a little bit of everything to keep our community running great.

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