Then & Now: DIY Macrame Lamps
One of my favorite things is seeing old-school skills, like sewing and quilting, reclaimed by a younger generation and used for present day design. This has been huge in the last decade, as evidenced by the alternative craft scene and, of course, Etsy. Consider the macrame lamp (like the one shown above), a hallmark of the 70s. Keep reading to see how one blogger reimagined this mid century classic for a new era.Rennes What do you think?
To DIY For - How to make a macramé pot holder
Make a macramé pot holder using old rope. Why Knot? Download our step-by-step instructions and discover new ways to green up your act at http://www.greenvill...
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Bracelet made of 3 cotton ropes in handdyed purple and curry gradient, two gold plated ring beads as well as a metal buckle. 100% cotton. Ready to ship! Please note: Imbalances in color is normal because it is not a mechanical method of dyeing.
Five new brands to launch at The Temporium | Dezeen
Five new brands will launch their products at our Christmas pop-up store The Temporium, including a graduate accessory designer, a young duo making hi-tech jewellery and a brand-new fashion label. Helena Westerlind, who graduated from the Architectural Association this year, will launch her collection of hand-knotted rope neck pieces: www.knotted.me (website launches on 30 November). The rope
200 Braids to Loop, Knot, Weave & Twist, Jacqui Carey | 9781844486526 | Boeken
200 Braids to Loop, Knot, Weave & Twist (Paperback). Experiment with texture and colour to create gilded, beaded braids. Unlike shop-bought versions,...