Learn how to make traditional pompoms with Chato, our master pompom maker, in our central Antigua studio garden! We will have a variety of beautifully naturally-dyed cotton yarns to work with, and we’ll go step-by-step from thread to pompom.
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Traditionally, pompoms of this style are attached to the ends of headdresses in the small highland town of Chajul, and are used to adorn women’s hair with bursts of color. They hang beautifully and are just so darn adorable. This class is appropriate for adults and children working together with adults. Join the fun as a family if you’d like!
Expect a calm atmosphere in a private Antigua-style garden. The workshop is held by a local and translation services can be provided upon request.
Please let us know below if you need assistance with interpretation for English – we can arrange this for $10 extra. The exact address will be shared upon registering.