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Wrapped Knot. Fazendo flor de macramé. Archives. Search results for macrame. Wrapping stones in hemp tutorial. I figured why not share, excue the state of some of the pics, this is the knotting technique I used on that last necklace I posted, and a few mamas asked, so here it is!
1. Start out with 6 strands of string/hemp (disregard the already formed knots and loops at the top) 2. Let the 2 outermost strands hang loose. Basic Macrame Knots: A Free Tutorial by Dottie Hoeschen. Copyright 2014 Dottie Hoeschen all rights reserved People have been tying knots since the beginning of time and they serve both utilitarian and decorative purposes.
It is a fascinating combination of art and science. I hope that these step by step photos will take some of the mystery out and encourage you to try it on your own. By the way, a knot can have several different names, so don't be surprised if you find these same knots under different names. This is the one we all know.
DIY Box Braid Necklace. The moment we saw Phillip Lim‘s Box Braid Collar Necklace, we were immediately overcome with a wave of nostalgia. Our memories of a neon, plastic box braid lanyard was suddenly transformed into a sophisticated leather jewelry component. Honestly, brilliant! Inspired by our fondness of Lim’s necklace and our love of utilizing hardware, we made our own interpretation of a box braid necklace. And in case you forgot how to make your favorite childhood summertime craft, take a trip down memory lane with us!
Start by cutting the suede in 4 three-yard pieces. Repeat the box braid until you are ready to add washers to the necklace. Once the necklace is finished, trim the ends. Wear it as a necklace, wrap bracelet or even a headband! (top image via Ssense, rest of images by Honestly…WTF) DIY Pom Pom Necklace. The moment we saw designer Nicole Akong‘s dramatically colorful jewelry collection, Conquistadora, we were smitten.
Honestly, what’s not to love about these ethnic and tribal inspired pom pom necklaces? And how can we resist figuring out how these beauties were made? With just a few feet of cording, trimming, and chain, we’ll show how you can DIY your own Akong-inspired necklace! You’ll need:2 feet of pom pom trim2 feet of chain40-60 jump rings4 feet of nylon cord2 needle nose pliers Start by attaching the chain to the outer edge of the pom pom trim with the jump rings. Once the entire length of the chain is attached to the pom pom trim, thread the cord through each jump ring. Wrapped Knot. Macrame - friendship-bracelets.net/macrame. By Stefan.
Back to Tutorials. This tutorial is supposed to teach you how to make macrame bands in different styles. They can be used as bracelets, belts, or just for decoration. Under each image I will indicate what knot you need to make the band. Hilo Haven-Waxed Polyester Thread. Archives. Fazendo flor de macramé. Macrame For years I carefully looked at the online pictures of Marion Hunziker-Larsen’s jewelry.
Occasionally I emailed her with questions about cord. She always responded promptly with useful information and resources. In 2010 I invited her to come to my hometown and do some workshops which she agreed to do. It was a great pleasure to attend her workshops and to develop a friendship. She has been very supportive of my macrame journey and very generous with her knowledge. Please meet Marion Hunziker-Larsen of Marion Jewels in Fiber: Jewels in fiber, a collection of neckpieces, amulets, brooches and earrings is best described as a blend of fiber techniques and jewelry technology.
Marion combines micro macrame, cavandoli knotting, half hitching, kumihimo, braiding and cordmaking of silk and nylon threads, using as many as 500 knots per square inch. How to Macrame Cabochons. Wrapping stones in hemp tutorial. Tutoriales macramé. Hilos café oscuro: 1 hilo de 1m. y medio 2 hilos de 35 cm.
Magic Braided Leather Tutorial. Seriously this tutorial is magic.
I’ve been wanting to share it with you for about a year now, but it’s taken me so long to sit down & figure out the best way to explain myself. See, I discovered how to do this while mindlessly watching an episode of House. My mother-in-law has a rad purse from the ’70s or so; it’s leather with a very cool handle. Parts of the handle are braided & parts are smooth.
I thought it was just insanely cool how the handle was braided with closed ends!! I’ll be sharing this today on KSL’s Studio 5! (of course the pattern pieces above aren’t the same, I was just too lazy to take a supplies pic that was practically the same as this one. hope you’ll forgive me.) hammerscissorshole punchtapebutton-stud/snap & setter1-2 oz leather/felt Print and cut out pattern pieces. Tape your leather to a sturdy surface, like a desk or slab of wood. Ignoring the bottom part as you go, count up to 6. Look at the bottom part, the strand that’s on top should go through the hole. The BEST Play-Dough Recipe. Have you ever made play dough and it just fell apart??
Well… not this time. This recipe will make play dough that is seriously the closest thing to store-bought you’ll ever make. No falling apart or drying out (as long as stored in a sealed container). It will last up to 6 months.The secret to this recipe?? Two things: First, Cream of Tarter… it’s what helps the dough stay together. and Second, not a lot of salt… all that salt dries out your dough! Ready to make it? Ingredients: 1 C Flour 1 C Water 1/4 C Salt 1 TBSP Vegetable Oil 2 tsp Cream of Tarter Food Coloring (actual coloring or a kool-aid packet will do) Sparkles (If you wanna be a fun mom!) Pour in all ingredients. Stir until everything is mixed well. Once the mixture is (mostly) clump free.