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Macrame : The Craft of Creative Knotting

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In recent months there has been an astonishing resurgence in the striking yet simple craft of macrame (first made popular in the 1970s). In Macrame, 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.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 144 pages
  • 201 x 253 x 12.7mm | 580g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Black and white illustrations throughout
  • 1849499403
  • 9781849499408
  • 7,808

Review quote

"an invaluable resource for igniting the imagination about an ancient craft that combines the earthy elements of rope, a few tools, and fingers."
- Publishers Weekly
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About Fanny Zedenius

Fanny Zedenius is the creative mind behind the Instagram profile @Createaholic (11.2K followers). She sells her makes online and hosts macrame workshops - all on top of her day job at the UN Women's National Committee of Sweden. Her work is sought after by interior stylists and has featured in magazines and advertisements, including one for IKEA in October 2016.
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63 ratings
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