The ancient art of macramé was first introduced to the Western world by Arabic weavers in the 13th century. Today, the enduring popularity of this decorative knotting craft has grown to include the art of micro macramé, which utilizes delicate cords and small beads, pendants, and other decorations to create stunning, handcrafted jewelry.
Micro macramé may look easy, but without proper guidance, it can end up being much harder than working with the larger knots found in traditional macramé projects. With Micro Macramé, you'll get careful instruction as you learn to work with the finer materials that help you create these stunning designs. In the pages of this beautiful book, you'll find: 25 projects to make, including a simple beaded friendship bracelet, easy spiral necklace, chevron studded bracelet, baroque earrings, owl pendant, and more Everything you need to get started, including detailed instructions for all the core knots Something for every macramé enthusiast, ranging from simple knotting projects to advanced patterns combining threads and beads to stunning effect Detailed, step-by-step photographs and written instructions to walk you through each and every design Finished jewelry projects showcased with lovely styled photography Explore the fabulous world of micro macramé even as you showcase your creativity and flair through these beautiful, handcrafted projects. Perfect to give as gifts--to loved ones, or yourself!