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Learn Macrame

Learn Macrame
Learn Macrame is a knot gallery of detailed instructions for tying a variety of basic as well as unique knots. You should use scrap pieces of material and practice each of these decorative knots individually. The decorative knots found in most Macrame patterns are listed below. Just click on the images of the knots you want to learn. The step-by-step process, with photos, will come up in a new window. To learn Macrame properly, I recommend that beginners practice all the basic knots, which are labeled Basic or Vintage above the image. Vintage knots are those decorative knots used in the late 1800's to mid 1900's. After you have practiced, choose an easy project from the many free patterns in the other areas of this site. Please visit the home page for instructions on how to convert these pages to a PDF prior to printing.

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Satin Rosary Description: The Satin Rosary features several types of decorative knots. Make sure you practice each one before trying to make this design. The various types of knots represent the beads in a standard Rosary. This Micro-Macrame pattern replaces the Soft Rosary, which needed some changes. The most obvious change was in the types of knots I used. This design is much easier to make and is less bulky. Rick Rack Rosettes A friend gave me this flower ring and necklace, when she handed them to me I thought they were porcelain–there’s a very vintage feel to them. From a distance you really can’t tell that they’re made out of rick rack! Yes, rick rack! She shared how to make them with me, and now I’m sharing with all of you readers! The wow of the rosette comes from a few simple steps! She found this tutorial, in Portuguese I believe.

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.

Physics Toys, Tricks and Teasers The Frugal Physicist's Demo Collection,by Donald E. Simanek Fun projects you can build from everyday materials at small expense. The web has many sites featuring easy-to-make physics toys, and many books of them may be purchased. In this document I feature curious and puzzling items that are not so well known, and some of my own invention. unicorn origami instructions,blade runner unicorn origami,origami unicorn,origami unicorn instructions,origami unicorn blade runner,origami unicorn diagram,blade runner origami unicorn,easy origami unicorn do origami – unicorn origami unicorn origami instructions,blade runner unicorn origami,origami unicorn,origami unicorn instructions,origami unicorn blade runner,origami unicorn diagram,blade runner origami unicorn,easy origami unicorn Origami instructions for folding a paper unicorn; includes photographs and diagrams.How to make an origami unicorn instructions. Origami unicorn folding instructions and diagrams.

Zip Clasp Description: The Zip Clasp is a unique way to form a Micro-Macrame jewelry closure. The advantage to using it is that it's very easy to open and close. It's a great clasp for Paracord bracelets, and can be used for a necklace or belt as well. When making something with this technique, I recommend you use 2mm size materials like Hemp, Nylon, or Satin. Materials easily compressed and flexible, such as cotton, are not the best choices for this type of clasp. In the example I used Square Knots for the entire bracelet.

December 2010 Here are a couple of cards I made just before Christmas, but am only just getting around to showing. They both use images from Fairydoodler and papers from The Clipart Fairy. The first one is my entry to Fairydoodlers latest challenge, using her freebie image, her digi stamps are gorgeous, make sure you pop over and check them out. I coloured the image with water colour pencils, unfortunately I'm not brilliant at the whole colouring in thing and intend to spend some time this coming year learning how to be better, especially as Santa brought me all those Aquamarkers. The paper and letter J came from the Rose collection on Clipart Fairy's Modern Heritage Double CD Rom, which is full of elegant papers, alphabets, inserts, ideas and tutorials. DIY Easy Square Knot Flower Bracelets. To make this bracelet you only need to know how to make a square knot (also known as Reef knot or Flat knot). This is a great bracelet for beginners in macrame.

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