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  • Publisher: Search Press
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 21 December 2022
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781782219668
  • Stock: 50+
  • Size: 204x260 mm
  • Illustrations: 200
  • Pages: 80
  • RRP: £9.99
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Macramé Jewellery


20 stylish modern projects using simple knots by Isabella Strambio (Author)

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Book Description

Just as macramé homeware has been given a contemporary, stylish makeover in recent years, here, Isabella Strambio does the same with jewellery. Ideal for beginners, this book contains 20 contemporary jewellery and accessory projects, including necklaces, earrings, bracelets and headbands. 

Isabella is committed to working with sustainable materials, to ensure that these items can make you feel good, as well as look good. She gives advice on sizing and resizing the pieces to suit, and attaching jewellery findings, fastenings, beads and so on. 

As well as providing 20 wonderful designs, the book also covers the knots that are needed, making it ideal for beginners or people who are keen to give the craft a try and create some truly unique, truly sustainable jewellery pieces.

Table of Contents

How to use this book8
Safety and looking after your body8
Macramé tips24

The projects34

Feather earrings 36
Loop earrings 40
Triangle earrings 42

Bracelet with gold bead 46
Natural linen bracelet 48
Bracelet with brass ring 50

Purple and white necklace 54
Statement bead 56
Large tribal necklace 60
Flower necklace 66
Chunky necklace 68
Black tassel necklace 72
Summer necklace 74
White necklace 76

Other accessories80
White headband 80
Terracotta headband 84
Tassel keyring 86
Daisy keyring 88
Belt 92
Camera strap 96

Acknowledgements 112

About the Author

About Isabella Strambio

Isabella is a macramé artist and author who has turned her love for knotting into a business after the success of her blog, which followed her journey to learn 12 crafts in 12 months. She is inspired by design, natural materials and textures, and her passions are reflected in her work.

Her mission is to share her macramé knowledge and encourage her students to explore their creativity through the art of knotting as well as promoting macramé as a form of mindfulness, having witnessed the benefits first-hand.

Isabella runs online macramé courses and live events as well as experiences to help women connect and explore their creativity. She regularly contributes to craft magazines and blogs in the UK and US with easy-to-follow macramé patterns, knots and creative inspirations. Her website www.isabellastrambio.com is packed with ‘all things macramé’ as well as information on how to turn a craft passion into a creative business.

Follow Isabella on Instagram @_twome


Customer Review

This book provides the know-how to make 20 small, simple projects which include a belt and camera strap as well as jewellery. The various knots are given in one section at the front with photos and material lists in the project section in the second half of the book. Its full of excellent photos.

Customer Review

This book shows that macramé is not just for plant pot holders, it is versatile enough to make unique items of jewellery and accessories.

The book explains exactly what is needed for each project along with some health and safety advice. The explanation for each of the knots is clear and photographs accompany each stage of making the knot.

This book is excellent for beginners to macramé and also for those who have some knowledge. As someone who used to do macramé a lot, this book provides a nice refresher and I have also learnt some new knots.

Booklist, January Issue

All hail the 1960s and 1970s for crafty ideas that strike a chord again today. Macramé goes in and out of trendiness quickly, yet theres a mystique in the art of knotting that appeals over the long term. Former interior designer Strambio deftly uses her creative talent to offer 20 projects: mainly necklaces, along with bracelets, earrings, and a few headbands, key rings, and belts. Expect instructions on the basics are provided, from tools and materials to descriptions of a dozen or so different knots (two favourites: Endless Falls and Eternity). The projects are easy to conquer, with time estimates at roughly an hour, though level of difficulty is not indicated. Tips help get the tangles out: look for wooden beads with a hole large enough to accommodate the string; keep scraps 15 inches and longer. Interesting factoid: if household allergies suddenly emerge, look out for cotton dust emanating from the string.

Publishers Weekly

Macramé artist Strambio (Macramé for the Modern Home) shows how to create knotted jewellery in this chic guide. To help beginners get started, she provides instructions for creating basic knots and knotting patterns and offers guidance on choosing types of string, noting that braided string doesnt unravel while suede strings softness makes it ideal for bracelets and necklaces. The 20 projects include such boho-style accessories as a diamond-patterned headband, earrings with unravelled string made to look like feathers, and a necklace made of black tassels tied to a wooden ring.

Strambio also shows how to make a white and teal belt, a white camera strap, and a white and terracottacoloured keyring with knots that resemble daisies. Sharing tips of the craft, the author recommends wrapping the end of a string with masking tape to avoid fraying when adding beads (as in her gold-bead bracelet) and using a pet brush to straighten unravelled fringes. Macramé novices will appreciate the simple yet elegant designs, and though the projects are light on visual instruction, the authors directions are easy to follow. Those eager to try macramé would do well to start here.

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