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A Gallery of KNOTS!: A Beginner's How-to Guide (Tiger Road

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I am sure that any jewellery maker or tyer of decorative knots can find inspiration here. In the Western Hemisphere, macramé is believed to have originated with 13th-century Arab weavers. Knots in projects that will be laundered frequently tend to work themselves free, leaving you with missing embroidered areas. When a person makes a custom macrame board, he or she may make it small enough to fit in a travel bag or large enough to cover a wall.
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Finger Knitting Fun: 30 Cute, Clever, and Creative Projects

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You can even safety pin it to your pants. 8) Place the right cord over the left cord from Step 7. 9) Tuck the right cord under the 2 center cords and up through the space created by Step 7. 10) Tighten by pulling on the two working cords. Some knotters prefer a soft surface like a pillow top. You could avoid an anchor entirely and tape your cord to a flat surface -- just make sure the tape keeps your cord anchored and parallel to your surface.
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Know Your Knots

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Progress. is much faster with a crochet hook. I found it easiest to start at the ends and follow them around the knot, weaving as you go. 4. Tie a knot or place a rubber band around the “butterfly” of cord. Drop 2 strands on each end, divide the rest into sets of 4, and make a square knot on each set. * Repeat step one, using all 20 working ends. Stop by and see us September 15-18, 2016 The Reverse Larkshead Knot is a popular choice for attaching your macrame cords to the dowel, rod or ring at the top of the project.
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Pocket Guide to Knots

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There are a number of ways to prepare the cord when you first start working to prevent this problem. Place the measuring cord you made in Step 1 next to your bracelet as a guide, so that the knot aligns with the center of the cord. Using the 1/4-inch cord, cut 16 26-foot pieces. The second row is worked in the space starting half way up the original stitch, come up at E and down at F. Measure 12″ and fold it in half into a 6″ piece.