All you knotty girls and boys, let's see your macrame! I have a couple pieces up on my latest blog, and will be finishing something new soon.
Ooh Ahh session, about to begin!
Wow, I haven't done macrame since I learned in my highschool art class how to do it.
(many, MANY, moons ago) Was just thinking the other day that I should really get back into it.
Here's some of mine:
- Annika deGroot
Welcome Annika, what beautiful work you do! Thanks so much for sharing. :)
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Welcome from Baton Rouge. I agree with Jeni. You do beautiful work.
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Thanks, all! Is no one else going to post their work?
Better late than never. Lovely work!
I'm quite excited of your work. I used to do things like that (but of course not so good) in my childhood, but I have completely forgotten everything, since lots of time have passed. Can you give me some patters or links for me to remember and deepen my already forgotten knowledge :)
Annika - I don't do macramé (yet) but looking at your wonderful work, perhaps it's something I should look into! Just lovely.
Stunning work - and very inspirational. I just hadn't thought of being able to use macrame in this way.
Annika or Caroline,
What type fibers did you use for this?? Wow! I am looking to do something somewhat similar (not these pieces but a design I have sketched out incorporating beads)- This type cording/string may be it!! Please share what you have used!
I have posted these photos on this forum before, but I like them :-) (from a young girl who works in my shop sometimes, and is self-taught)
They look amazing on the wrist!
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I love tghe rich chocolate vrown. Can you tell me what those red stones are?
Hi Val ... I'm not sure about the cab ... it came in a mixed bag. At a guess I'd say is was a red jasper? The round stones are mookaite (mookite) also a kind of jasper. A stone I love to bits, because of its huge colour range. Ruth