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Thread: Macrame

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    Macrame

    I had some extra yarn laying around and got bored. That has evolved into yet another hobby.

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    The first plant hanger I made. The jar is an old olive jar that I had.

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    The first wall hanging I made. I'm learning new techniques and ways of tying things together.

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    The second pot hanger I made. This one was by request.


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    My current project--another wall hanging. It's a bit more complex than the first and I've learned new knots.

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    LOOOOVE them! I used to do that, I wanted to make a hammock ... hahaaa... anyway, the first one you made, with the jar... sooo cool...the real hassle I had was keeping those long strings untangled...
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    great work..........
    The only one who can heal you is you.




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    I use a comb to keep them untangled.

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    there is something very organic about your work...you say another hobby...the skill set to produce these one would assume came from your diverse ability to work with the materials....i have a number of through overs for my couch and chair bed..and stuff..i also have a few cloth pictures in frames and i really like the medium....look forward to seeing future projects..just fab stuff...
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