Macrame

Macrame: Macrame is a type of textile that is made by knotting instead of weaving or knitting. The square (or reef knot) and various forms of “hitching”: various combinations of half hitches are the most common macramé knots. Sailors have historically used it to cover anything from knife handles to bottles to ship pieces, especially in intricate or ornate knotting styles. Cavandoli macramé is a type of macramé that is used to weave geometric and free-form patterns. The double half-hitch knot is the most common knot used in the Cavandoli style. When working the left and right parts of a...