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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.
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The 1960s hippies have returned, adapting their wares to the millennium. Last year's fashions with beribboned jeans and Indian inspirations presaged the re-emergence of macrame, as documented in DuMont's book. Here, 15 artists from the U.S. and Australia contribute to the making of knots for the twenty-first century, using new materials with old techniques to create eminently practical and stylish objects. The author begins with a historical overview, pointing out the craft's origins in thirteenth-century Turkey and its popularity among Victorian England households. With an emphasis on macrame's simplicity, she then turns to explaining basic knots (and their variations) in illustrations, color photographs, and words. At least half of the nearly 30 projects, with comprehensive directions, ensure that rank novices won't get tied up. Barbara Jacobs
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Book Description Lark Books 2000-01-01, 2000. Softcover. Condition: New. Softcover. Publisher overstock, may contain remainder mark on edge. Seller Inventory # 9781579902278B
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Book Description Lark Crafts/Sterling Publishing, New York, NY, 2001. Soft Cover. Condition: NEW. First Edition, 5th Printing. BRAND NEW COPY. Fiber arts. Handbook of contemporary applications of macrame, the form of textile-making using knotting. Long used by sailors to decorating knife handles, to bottles and parts of ships, its origins reach back to ancient Middle-Eastern practices. 110 pgs with projects. Seller Inventory # 016739
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