The bohemian effect combined with the minimalism of macrame art creates a warm but chic look. If you are curious about how it works, just keep on reading!

Macramé dates back much further than the Seventies. Many ancient cultures feature knot craft, but macramé weaving has its popular roots in 13th-century Arabic culture. Spreading to Europe via Moorish southern Spain, the Spanish word macramé is derived from the Arabic migramah, believed to mean “striped towel”, “ornamental fringe” or “embroidered veil”. 

Materials used in macramé include cords made of cotton twine, linen, hemp, jute, leather or yarn sometimes embellished with gemstones and wooden beads.

On request, I can create a custom design for you. The gallery below features some examples. 

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