Macrame: Techniques and Projects for the Compete Beginner
Discover the art of macrame with 11 projects perfect for the beginner and more advanced alike. Projects and techniques have fully illustrated step-by-step instructions that make learning macrame quick and stress free! With projects ranging from making a simple wall hanging that’s great for a beginner to a useful market bag with T-shirt yarn for the more advanced crafter, this book will give the reader hours of creative fun and relaxation. AUTHORS: Sian Hamilton & Tansy Wilson met at University doing a BA in 3D design and they have both now been in the design industry for over 25 years. Sian and Tansy have worked together over the years on many magazine and book projects for the craft sector. They like to combine their creative ideas to bring a range of simple craft skills to a wider audience. SELLING POINTS: Includes an illustrated technique section explaining all the reader needs to know for each knot featured Step-by-step instructions and beautiful colour photography throughout 11 projects to make including dream catchers, wall hangings, plant holders and clutch bag
|Dimensions||215 × 275 mm|
Sian Hamilton has been a designer for over 20 years and has a BA (Hons) in 3D Design. Sian has always loved to sew. Introduced to sewing by her grandmother, who was a seamstress, she started sewing clothes for herself in her teenage years and then progressed to making custom wedding dresses for clients in her early career. These days, sewing is her hobby as she is the editor of 'Making Jewellery' magazine and the author of several books on jewellery making, including 'Flowers and Cats', available from GMC Publications.
Tansy Wilson is based in Somerset, UK and has 20 years' worth of experience in the craft industry. She teaches jewellery design at her local Further Education College. Tansy is a regular contributor to GMC's magazines and she has also had two jewellery books published by GMC Publications, 'Animals' and 'Earrings', both part of the 'Magpie' series.
Paperback / softback