I help creative women explore and reconnect with their creativity using the art of knotting- macrame- as a tool so they can express themselves and find mindful moments in the everyday.
Since teaching macrame I have seen the benefits this craft has had on so many women. Macrame has given confidence, creativity, identity, purpose, joy, and has helped with mental health, isolation, health, and chronic illnesses.
I also work with creative female makers & artists to help them turn their passion into a profitable business with a step-by-step roadmap to building a business that can grow, succeed and evolve with them.
Before I was a macrame artist, I was an interior designer. Like many people, I was stuck in a 9-5 city job that was destroying my soul. I hardly saw my daughters and my creative spirit was screaming for attention. I knew I had to change something but I just couldn’t figure out what.Then in 2016 I discovered macrame by chance and from that very first knot, I got addicted. That's how my passion for knotting began and soon turned into a creative business.
Macrame has give me the opportunity to do what I love for a living and
I'd love the same for you.
Since then, I have published books, taught hundreds of macrame workshops at events, private venues and large companies like Facebook. I run a variety of successful online macrame course.
In September 2020, I launched my first curated group program for macrame makers that want to turn their macrame passion into a profitable business.
I truly believe macrame can transform people’s lives, as it did for me and many of my students.
I hope you can find what you are looking for here.
When I discovered macrame a new world opened up. Finally, I could express my creativity again just the way I wanted it. I opened a blog called TwoMe which means: TWO hours for ME a day. I embarked on a personal challenge to learn 12 crafts in 12 months and I documented my creative journey on the blog and my Instagram account.
Six months into the blog, I got asked to run a macrame workshop that sold out and that gave me the idea to start a side hustle. One year after that we relocated from London to the countryside and I took the leap to quit my career and work full time on my macrame business.