MIXED FIBER MACRAME
This easy, exciting guide is a must-have for creating beautiful macramé home accessories made even more fun and functional with mixed fiber techniques.
Learn to take a new spin on the popular craft of modern macramé with Chantel Conlon's inspired mixed fiber designs that are anything but ordinary. Mixing fibers adds another layer of texture and visual interest to this already stunning craft and Chantel will teach you everything from the most basic knots and techniques to macraweaving and working with various trendy fibers including ribbon, raffia and bamboo. You'll be shocked at just how simple it is to create incredible macramé pieces no one else has seen before.
Get ready to leave store-bought hangings behind because with a just a few kinds of knots and weaving techniques, even total beginners can learn to create their own handmade plant hangers, baskets, wall art and more. Full of beautiful projects, this book will transform your home with rustic boho style with a fresh modern twist.
This book contains 24 projects and 24 pictures plus step-by-step photos.
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Praise for Mixed Fiber Macrame:
“This is a must-read primer for anyone interested in getting knotty with macramé. The pictures and instructions are incredibly detailed and the projects are all beautiful―I can’t pick a favorite!”
“This is a staple for any fiber artist wanting to evolve their skills and journey down a fun creative path.”
―Brydie Stewart, Mary Maker Studio
"A playful, creative book full of inspiration, detailed step-by-steps instructions and fun projects."
―Emily Katz, owner and author Modern Macramé
“This is a solid introduction for anyone looking to incorporate different fibers into their work and become a macramé master.”
―Cindy Bokser, Niroma Studio
“A beginner, intermediate and advanced course all in one handy volume. The delightful variety of projects will keep your hands busy for a very long time.”
―Windy Chien, artist and author of The Year of Knots