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Mixed Fiber Macramé
  • Publisher: Page Street Publishing
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 01 December 2020
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781645671060
  • Stock: 12 in stock
  • Size: 198x228 mm
  • Illustrations: 0
  • Pages: 216
  • RRP: £17.99
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Mixed Fiber Macramé


Create handmade home décor with unique, modern techniques: featuring colorful wool roving, ribbons, cords, raffia and rattan baskets by Chantel Conlon (Author)

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Book Description

This easy, exciting guide is a must-have for creating beautiful macramé home accessories made even more fun and functional with mixed fibre techniques. Learn to take a new spin on the popular craft of modern macramé with Chantel Conlon’s inspired mixed fibre designs which are anything but ordinary. Mixing fibres 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 fibres 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 storebought 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.

About the Author

About Chantel Conlon

Chantel Conlon is the macramé artist behind LotsofKnots Canada. She shares techniques and tutorials online and sells finished macramé pieces on Etsy. She has 273k Instagram followers and 173k YouTube subscribers. She lives in Ontario, Canada. Follow Chantel online: @lotsofknotscanada.

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