Macrame

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AUTOR
Fanny Zedenius
WYMIAR
6,76 MB
NAZWA PLIKU
Macrame.pdf
ISBN
2151190485183

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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." />In recent months there has been an astonishing resurgence in the striking yet simple craft of macram (first made popular in the 1970s). In Macram , 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.

These will help you place your string and create patterns. The square knot is central to macrame but its worth getting to grasp with the others to expand the range of items you can make.

Get it as soon as Mon, Jun 8. Macramé, also spelled Macrame, (from Turkish makrama, "napkin," or "towel"), coarse lace or fringe made by knotting cords or thick threads in a geometric pattern. Macramé was a specialty of Genoa, where, in the 19th century, towels decorated with knotted cord were popular.

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