Although macramé became popular in the 70s as interior decoration with an incredible revival in recent years, knots have subtly made their way into fashion.
Subtle is an understatement as handmade knots appear on runways and at farmers markets all over the world. Visually stunning and expressive, macramé in movement can become a whole show in itself.
By making wearable macramé, think of it as another way to bring the work from your studio out into the world. Who needs a business card? Make a statement necklace or sassy clutch, and we are sure your work will be noticed!
Interested in creating but don’t know where to begin? Pre-order the new Modern Macramé book due out so soon! The pages are rich with various patterns, such as our version of a market bag, and easy to follow techniques to write your own patterns.
Which macramé artists are you following who are exploring wearable art?