Author: Marchen Art Studio
Release Date: 2013-06-11
Genre: Crafts & Hobbies
"Learn how to make over seventy macramâe knots and small repeat patterns, then use them to create a wide range of projects. Each knot is shown in a close-up photograph with clear step-by-step diagrams showing how they are tied. Starting with the basics, the knots progress on to more complicated and complex designs, but as all are clearly diagramed it is very easy to follow along. This invaluable guidebook opens with a discussion of the different types of threads or cords available, shows a range of clasps and other findings, plus covers the types of beads to use. It also includes lots of tips and useful information like how to set up your work board, and other helpful lessons like how to keep track of the cord ends for less confusion. The thirty-three projects range from simple jewelry pieces like the classic friendship bracelet and watch straps to more complex ones like a variety of bags and baskets. Translated from the Japanese, Macramâe pattern book is an outstanding resource for both new and more experienced "knotters.""--
Finally, more macrame for loyal fans & new knotters! Just take a look around and you'll see macrame everywhere from college campuses to fashion magazines. Macrame Trends covers the gamut from home decor to fashion accessories.There are 2 different patterns for chokers & bracelets, 3 belts, a sling purse, a keychain and even some fun flip-flops. If you are into plants, then you'll enjoy 8 new hanger designs. Other projects include a hanging table, a wall pocket for flowers (or kitchen spoons), and a "terra cotta" bell chime. And finally, there are the Starlite-Jarlites... a knotting pattern that covers jars which are topped with votive candle holders.Macrame expert Judy Palmer takes you through all the "ins" & "outs" of the knots you need to know with easy-to-follow diagrams & instructions. She also provides clear explanations of knotting terms, information about selecting cords, and helpful hints to guide you along the way.Warning--Macrame can be addictive...you may find tying knots a great way to de-stress and get a true sense of accomplishment!
In recent months there has been an astonishing resurgence in the striking yet simple craft of macramé (first made popular in the 1970s). In Macramé, Fanny Zedenius offers a refreshing twist on the addictive craft. Beginning with the basics, she takes us through all the essentials: what you need to get started, a glossary covering 30 of the most popular knots, tips on how to create different patterns through various knot combinations, and advice on how to hang and display your makes. The book also takes readers through ombre-dyeing, fraying, and customizing with beads, and includes fully illustrated step-by-step instructions for 22 homeware projects such as impressive wall hangings, a beautiful table runner and napkins, whimsical dream catchers, and pretty plant hangers.
Macram é at Home is the easy way for anyone to add an earthy, boho vibe to their homes with 20 gorgeous décor projects, including a variety of wall hangings, unique plant hangers, a rug, hanging light, pillow, floor pouf and more. An ancient fiber art, macramé utilizes knots and cotton rope in intricate patterns. Many people remember macramé's widespread popularity in the 70s, and with the "back to nature" movement, it's made a modern-day comeback among young people. Cotton-corded macramé planters and wall hangings can be found in Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, West Elm and Etsy shops. Now you can make you own décor at the same quality level as these high-end retailers but with a unique artisanal flair, thanks to Natalie Ranae's stunning creations shared in this book.With beginner-friendly step-by-step projects and a helpful guide to common macramé knots, anyone can pick up this craft and get impressive results from their first project. A huge appeal of macramé is how easy it is to get a variety of different looks with a few basic techniques, so each of the 20 impressive designs features a variation at the end, giving readers endless inspiration to adapt the projects in new ways. Readers will be amazed at how easy it is to create stunning works of art that add a special touch to their home décor. This book has 40 macramé designs, including 20 illustrated step-by-step tutorials each with a variation option.
Now macramé is for making attention-grabbing jewelry, hot accessories, and other projects. Best of all, if you can tie your shoes, you can create any of these great-looking items. No expensive material to buy, no fancy equipment needed, and no experience required. The “Knots 101” course will show you how every stitch is done, so you can get started almost immediately.
From colorful statement necklaces and bracelets to anklets and cuffs adorned with beautiful beads and stones, the 20 stunning pieces in Bohemian Macramé may look complicated--but they actually have a surprisingly simple construction. Full-color step-by-step images and comprehensive instructions ensure that even first-time crafters of macramé jewelry will achieve impressive, attention-grabbing results.
In On the Loom, Maryanne Moodie brings the ancient art of weaving to the modern day in a comprehensive guide packed with step-by-step tutorials and beautiful photography. Learn the basics of this simple and beautiful craft with valuable information on basic stitches, tools needed, and even how to make your own looms. Split by loom type—circular, rectangular, and even found objects—24 lush, bohemian, and uniquely modern projects for the home and to wear draw deeply on the nostalgic quality of vintage textiles. In addition to the how-to, this is the ultimate resource for finding your own creativity and style through this medium, from learning which materials to use for different effects to discovering how to use color to create vintage-inspired projects with a modern twist.
Author: Laura Williams
Release Date: 2011-03-29
Genre: Crafts & Hobbies
Instructs crafters on how to make dozens of decorative knots that can be used to create jewelry, sharing step-by-step instructions on a variety of techniques while providing 15 jewelry projects that use traditional and modern styles. Original. 25,000 first printing.
Author: Kim Sang Lan
Publisher: David & Charles
Release Date: 2008-04-26
Genre: Crafts & Hobbies
With this book readers will discover the history of knot art, an ancient technique that originated in Korea, traditionally used to decorate clothing and home interiors. 11 knotting techniques are explored, from basic tying techniques to more intricate macrame and ornamental styles."