We are thrilled to be in collaboration with Anne Weil, of Flax and Twine, this month and to launch the Sunburst Basket, a pattern designed by Anne using our 5mm Cotton Rope and Daytime Linen. Click here to learn more about Anne and her process!
Click here to learn how to choose the best fiber for your project. With so many fiber selections out there, it is hard to know which will be best for what you're working on. Learn more with our overview as we go over yarn, string, rope and cord!
An age-old macramé dilemma: You don't want to end up with piles of excess rope when your piece is finished, but you really don't want to run out of rope a few knots shy of completion. Although neither is the end of the world, it's best to do whatever you can to prevent them...
We are honored to have collaborated with Haiti Design Collective on our new Artisanal Leather Beads! Haiti Design Co. was founded in 2014 with the goal to bring about sustainable development through design, training, and job creation.
We had a chance to connect directly with their founder and creative director, Chandler Hamilton Busby. Click to read her full Q&A...
Our Book features 33 projects for your handmade home. In this blog series, we are featuring projects from the Modern Macramé book - you will learn a bit about the behind the scenes, as well as the best materials to use in your macramé projects. In honor of the holiday season and in collaboration with the Winter Garland, this month's project is the Gathering Together Table Runner!
Crossing Threads® is the collaborative work of Lauren and Kass Hernandez, Australian-born sisters of Filipino heritage based in Sydney. The sister-duo creates handwoven fiber art that is distinctively highly textural, organic and intricate. Each piece is an extension of their dual personalities and contrasting abilities. Heavily inspired by the beauty found in Mother Nature and the Australian landscape, the sisters aim to cross the boundaries of woven wall art by experimentation and use of sustainable fibers.
Click to read their full Fiber Artist Feature Q&A on the Modern Macramé Blog.