With illustrated step-by-step instructions, you'll learn to tie basic knots and then develop skills further to create larger projects that focus on color and experimentation with unconventional materials. Along the way, you’ll discover how to adapt knot tying to your own personal creative practice, use it as a way to manifest intentions, and embrace it as a platform for meditation.
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A combination of projects, tutorials, and transformative personal stories, all aimed at inspiring readers to make knotting—and creativity in general—part of a meditative daily practice.
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A contemporary guide to the traditional art and craft of macramé, including 33 projects, from driftwood wall art and bohemian light fixtures to macramé rugs and headboards. The projects are showcased in easy to follow and photogenic project layouts. Included with every project are thoughtful lifestyle tips showing how macramé can provide the perfect finishing touch for the modern, well-designed home.
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Using chunky and oversized yarns, readers can knit up stylish, extra-warm hats, scarves, cowls, blankets and more in just a couple hours or a weekend. Perfect for absolute beginners, larger needles and yarns make it easy to learn even the most complicated stitches and to enjoy the satisfaction of a beautiful finished project in less time. Experienced knitters can tackle large-scale projects like full-size blankets.
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Designed for modern makers looking for a book that will continue to inspire them as their skill grows. Lindsey Campbell teaches more than 30 techniques plus 17 stylish projects for beginners to intermediate-level weavers. An easy tutorial helps you make your own loom that can be used to complete each project.See More
25 projects for creating earrings, clutches, pillows, wall hangings, and more, all organized by skill level. Most of the materials can be woven on found objects—such as an embroidery hoop or cardboard box—or achieved with a simple over-under pattern using no loom at all. As you progress, there are exciting designs for a frame loom to keep you inspired.See More