Monthly Archives: November 2010
My first attempt at micro-macrame cavandoli knotting of a necklace adding in cords as it was knotted and without using a pattern. I just let my fingers fly. The cord length is 18″ and the stone length is approximately 1 1/2″. It can also be worn as a choker necklace by looping the button closure … Continue reading
Organic style lampwork glass focal bead and a solid colored blue slate micro-macrame necklace with a small button hole closure.
Hand cut and dyed silk ribbon, recycled silk sari yarn, leftover bits of c-lon cord from micro-macrame projects, torched glass tipped copper head pins, lampwork wired wrapped beads and hammered copper wire. It’s a color fest. Thanks to Shannon Levart for her inspirational tutorial. Check out her work at missficklemeadiacom.
This micro-macrame bracelet is specifically for all the turtle fans out there. Enjoy!