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339 Baden Ave
South San Francisco, CA, 94080
United States

6506340836

Studio Choo Florists create seasonal, wild, California-native floral decor for weddings, events and by subscription. Our art studio is currently open by appointment only.

MACRAME WALL HANGINGS AND FLOWER MAGIC

Class Schedule

MACRAME WALL HANGINGS AND FLOWER MAGIC

  • Studio Choo Florists 339 Baden Avenue South San Francisco, CA 94080 USA

We are so very very excited to host Emily Katz at our studio for an evening of macrame wall hanging making and flower magic! Emily's class comes with instruction, inspiration, and a DIY macrame kit. Inside a hand screen printed tote bag is cotton rope and a piece of driftwood or modern dowel to make your unique wall hanging. We'll be adding in a special floral element to the pieces for this workshop! We'll have an assortment of amazing vines, branches, blooms, and foliage and will show you how to weave simple compositions in bud vases into your macrame. Get ready to be inspired and leave with a finished wall hanging.

•Feel free to bring your own colored rope to add to your piece.
•Snacks and sparkling beverages will be provided. 
•Class is from 6-9pm.

CLICK HERE to sign up on Emily's Website!

Studio Choo is located at:
339 Baden Avenue
SOUTH San Francisco, CA 94080 (NOTE- there is a Baden Avenue in San Francisco as well- Don't go there!).

The closest BART station is the South San Francisco stop 2.0 miles away. If you have any day-of difficulties, you can reach us at (650) 634-0836.

PARKING: 
Please allow 10 to 15 minutes to find parking. The meters immediately out front have a two-hour time limit (they shut off at 6PM), and there is free parking one block south and several parking lots and decks within a few blocks north at .50 cents/hour.

COMFORT: The studio is not heated - the flowers like it better that way! Layers are key, as are closed-toe shoes for warmth and protection.