The Market at Hasbrouck House

A Curated Vendor Market & Experiential Workshop Series

Saturday, September 16th 11am - 6pm & Sunday, September 17th 11am - 5pm

Artisans and small business owners will come together to share their collective enthusiasm about their passion projects with you. The events will foster positive energy by piquing curiosity and enriching minds. Along with a curated group of vendors, there will be multiple workshops hosted each weekend. We aim to ignite the senses and instill inspiration that lingers for days to come. All are welcome!

September's Vendors Include: Bohemian Groove on the Move, Captain Blankenship, Cordwood Handmade, Hudson Workshop, IntiearthNadine MedinaOhayo, Prizes for Arla Vintage, Salt & Still, The Ardent Forager, The Village Common and Wishbone Letterpress.


Saturday's Workshop:

$145/pp. Please note that workshop size is limited to ensure an exceptional experience. Advance ticket purchase recommended; tickets will be available onsite on a first-come, first-serve basis to fill any remaining spots. 

To purchase tickets, please visit Ohayo's website.

Duration: 3 hrs. All materials provided. Workshop Includes:
• All materials required to create a macramé window hanging that will be completed at the workshop
• Ohayo shopper tote to transport your creation

Macramé suspended in front of a window, a fireplace mantle or above the headboard of a bed adds a wonderful unexpected textural element to the design of a room. One unique method of creating a macramé hanging is to use rope (sometimes referred to as a banner or bunting) as the base for the piece rather than a hard fixed surface like a branch or wood dowel. When creating a piece of macramé using a flexible base the possibilities for installation are more diverse.
In this workshop, Erin will speak to the many uses of macramé created in this fashion and we will focus on creating a piece to be hung in a window. She will guide the intimate group through the steps of this creative process during which you will learn to form two knots that may be used to develop pattern and texture in your piece. We will also focus on creating fringe that softens the lower end of the piece and looks gorgeous when sunlight shines through it.