Macramé at Home is the easy way for anyone to add an earthy, boho vibe to their homes with 20 gorgeous décor projects, including a variety of wall hangings, unique plant hangers, a rug, hanging light, pillow, floor pouf and more. An ancient fiber art, macramé utilizes knots and cotton rope in intricate patterns. Many people remember macramé's widespread popularity in the 70s, and with the back to nature movement, it's made a modern-day comeback among young people. Cotton-corded macramé planters and wall hangings can be found in Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, West Elm and Etsy shops. Now you can make you own décor at the same quality level as these high-end retailers but with a unique artisanal flair, thanks to Natalie Ranae’s stunning creations shared in this book. With beginner-friendly step-by-
Macraweave by Amy Mullins & Marnia Ryan-Raison
Discover the latest fibre art trend, macraweave, a combination of macrame and weaving. Learn to create stunning woven wall hangings and inject a dose of ‘bohemian luxe’ to your living space. Macraweave combines the crafts of macrame knotting with weaving to create eye-catching projects that really pop with texture and colour.
There are 18 projects to choose from including woven wall hangings, a table runner, plant hangers and cushions as well as accessories including jewellery, a belt and a scarf. All the instructions and projects will be illustrated with step-by-step photography.