Where did macrame originate?

Answer Macrame originated in the Arabic regions. The word Macrame comes from the Arabic word for "fringe" and the craft can be traced back to the early 15th century. The original use for the knotting proc... Read More »

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How to Macrame?

Macramé ("MAC ruh may") is the art/craft of tying cordage into knots in such a way that they form a useful or decorative shape. This was a very popular craft in the 1970s in the USA that is now be... Read More »

Who invented macrame?

Macrame was invented in the 13th century by Arabian weavers. These weavers knotted the ends of fabrics on hand looms to create a decorative fringe. Macrame would reach the height of its popularity ... Read More »

How to Macrame Cat Furniture?

Macrameing cat furniture is one way to extend the longevity of your furniture. The macrame, which can be made from a wide variety of materials such as yarn or cord, serves the dual function of prot... Read More »

Directions for a Macrame Owl?

Macramé involves using series of complicated knots to create patterns and overall pictures. Owls serve as a traditional macramé project because they use several traditional macramé knots. Plus, ... Read More »