Thursday, March 22, 2007

Watch This Space For More Macrame Tidbits

Hi there,

My goodness it's been a full year since the last post. Just to let you know we'll be getting back into action.

I have a whole heap of awesome patterns coming to me via a super secret contact. And I'll be sharing some of that with you as soon as it arrives on my doorstep.

So stay tuned!

Samantha

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi I love macrame, but i don,t know how to do, could you please tell me where can i find magazines, or websites where can i learnig how to make macrame.
my email is bonitaline@hotmail.com
thanks

Sylvia said...

Hi I am tring to find tools to use for macrame. The pattern that I am useing are compass knots,squard knots,and half knots. Are there any tools to hold the yarn in place
while making the compass knots

Thanks
sayala3@verizon.net

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Anonymous said...

Hi Samantha,

Check out my blog at Macrame

Anonymous said...

I'm not sure if anyone posting here has seen my site, Free Macrame Patterns. Everything on the site is free to be printed and used. There are many pages devoted to the decorative knots in the Learn Macrame section. Macrame Essentials covers the basics, and there is a Macrame Dictionary as well.

jswan65 said...

Hi, I'm so excited to see that the art of macrame is back. I used to do the plant hangers in the '80s and loved it. So jewelry necklaces is so exciting and I intergrate my pendants with it. There is something about this art that is so peaceful and intriguing while you do it. I do want to say that i'm in love with your your blog site. I will be here often; I hope I don't wear your rug out. Best Regards, Theresa

Anonymous said...

Hello there, I have been desparately searching for a macramé pattern that was available in the late 70s or early 80s. It was called "The Palm Beach". It came as an individual pattern (not part of a book with other patterns). It was a rather large plant hanger with metal rings forming a cylinder at the top. I know this is a pretty vague description. Any idea how I might be able to track it down? Are there any old catalogs out there? Warmest regards, -James