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How to Make a Loopy Ribbon Lei is Live on Skillshare!

Last spring I created a “loopy” ribbon lei tutorial class and posted it as a free course available to Artisan Life subscribers via Teachery. For a variety of reasons, I’ve decided to move the class and I’m happy to announce that How to Make a Loopy Ribbon Lei is now live on Skillshare!

how to make a loopy ribbon lei - Hawaiian ribbon lei online class

This lei is so beautiful and it’s lovely as a graduation gift, Mother’s Day present, welcoming gift, or for virtually any special occasion. Although it does take longer to make than the braided lei, double braided lei, and tricolor lei, you can find on my blog, the process is quite simple. Because I want the class to be accessible, you can follow this link right here to enroll for free, even if you don’t have a “premium” Skillshare membership. If you’re the kind of person who likes free trials, you can also snag two months of Skillshare premium for free by following this link. If you do this, you can watch as many premium classes as you’d like, not just my loopy ribbon lei class!

Hawaiian ribbon lei online class (free!)

If you need a ribbon lei in hurry, you might want to check out my posts on how to make a braided ribbon lei:

Or how to make a double braided ribbon lei:

I’m really hoping to get another lei tutorial made this spring since it will be my last spring in Hawaii, but we’ll have to see what sort of time the LG allows me! I’m sure I can make another type of lei (I already have a design in mind!), it’s photographing it and/or creating videos that are challenging with Baby. Part of the problem is that her play mat typically lives exactly where I need to assemble my photography setup! It’s okay, though; she’s already ‘growing up’ so fast. If I don’t get a new lei tutorial made in time for this spring’s graduation season, it will just have to wait a little bit longer. Our LG sure is worth it. =)

I hope you decide to stop on over and enroll in How to Make a Loopy Ribbon Lei for free and enjoy the class!

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