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HOT KNOTS
HOT KNOTS
9781438005652
List Price: $21.99

Web Price: $17.59







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    Fresh Macramé Ideas for Jewelry, Home, and Fashion
    Kat Hartmann - All books by this author

    For many of us, the rough plant hangars or friendship bracelets we made in summer camp are the extent of our experience with macramé. Today the craft of decorative knotting is making a huge comeback with several accomplished artists taking the craft to exciting new levels of creativity. Hot Knots explores a variety of macramé techniques—from historical, centuries-old designs, to modern fusion knots—and guides readers through 18 cool and contemporary projects for jewelry, housewares, accessories, and more. Inside you'll find:
    • Clearly illustrated, step-by-step tutorials demonstrate a variety of knotting techniques
    • More than 200 stunning, full-color images instruct and inspire crafters of all levels
    • Added suggestions for each project encourage crafters to take their skills further
    Divided into chapters covering jewelry, housewares, fashion, and accessories, Hot Knots is a must-have guide for crafters, artists, fiber and knotting enthusiasts, and creatives of all kinds.


    From the Reviews:
    “Hot Knots: Fresh Macrame Ideas for Jewelry, Home, and Fashion considers a wide range of macrame techniques from old designs to modern kinds of knots, and covers some 18 projects with a wide range of applications, form housewares and accessories to jewelry. The instruction takes the form of step-by-step tutorials that teach basic knotting techniques, then apply them to particular projects. Over 200 color images make it easy to follow these new knotting possibilities, while the discussion of which projects lend to what kinds of knots makes for a particularly involving survey. There are plenty of books on knotting on the market; but few offer the diversity in project applications of this new guide.”
    The Midwest Book Review


    About The Author:
    Kat Hartmann
    Kat Hartmann has been involved in publishing and the creative industries for more than a decade and has a particular interest in homemade crafts and the work of independent artists and craft aficionados. When not working as an editor and web content manager, she spends her time creating beautiful macramé and polymer clay projects.

    (1438005652)

    Paperback w/flaps / 128 Pages / 7 1/2 x 9 11/16 / 2015

     





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