Such a wonderful book
Macramé at Home is the easy way for anyone to add an earthy, boho vibe to their homes with 20 gorgeous décor projects, including a variety of wall hangings, unique plant hangers, a rug, hanging light, pillow, floor pouf and more. An ancient fiber art, macramé utilizes knots and cotton rope in intricate patterns. Many people remember macramé's widespread popularity in the 70s, and with the “back to nature” movement, it's made a modern-day comeback among young people.
Cotton-corded macramé planters and wall hangings can be found in Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, West Elm and Etsy shops. Now you can make you own décor at the same quality level as these high-end retailers but with a unique artisanal flair, thanks to Natalie Ranae’s stunning creations shared in this book.
With beginner-friendly step-by-step projects and a helpful guide to common macramé knots, anyone can pick up this craft and get impressive results from their first project. A huge appeal of macramé is how easy it is to get a variety of different looks with a few basic techniques, so each of the 20 impressive designs features a variation at the end, giving readers endless inspiration to adapt the projects in new ways.
Readers will be amazed at how easy it is to create stunning works of art that add a special touch to their home décor. This book has 40 macramé designs, including 20 illustrated step-by-step tutorials each with a variation option.
About the Author
Natalie Ranae is a macramé artist and owner of her own design studio called Natalie Ranae. She creates custom macramé art for clients and teaches macramé workshops for beginners. She has over 11k followers on Instagram. In February 2017, her macramé wedding archway headboard was featured in WedLuxe. She lives in Toronto, Canada.
"If macram has ever piqued your interest, save a space on your shelves for this book! Natalie does an incredible job unraveling dreamy textile designs into easily digestible tutorials." --Samantha Shaw, Maker's Movement
"Stunning! Natalie has taken the mystery out of macram while offering strong, interesting pieces for readers to draw inspiration from or recreate." --Rachel Denbow, Smile and Wave, author of DIY Woven Art
"This is one of the most beautiful and inspiring books about macram that I have come across." --Fanny Zedenius, Createaholic, author of Macram The Craft of Creative Knitting for Your Home
"Natalie has created a wonderfully curated guide to beginners' macram projects. Not only will this book inspire you to pick up a new hobby, it's also visually stunning!" --Erin Barrett, Sunwoven Studio
Number Of Pages: 176
Published: 8th May 2018
Publisher: Page Street Publishing Co.
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 22.8 x 19.4 x 1.4
Weight (kg): 0.51