Saturday, November 11, 2017

Modern Macrame KIT Review & GIVEAWAY

A hot trend in home decor is macrame. The craft of tying knots is back with a fresh new look! Interested? Beginners can get started right away with this new craft kit - Modern Macrame: 10 Simple Projects to Enhance Your Home by Justine Vasquez. It includes the instructions and supplies you will need to make the mini wall hanging and mini plant hanger shown on the attractive book-style box cover. Plus there are instructions for 8 additional macrame projects. Inside you will find - 140 feet of synthetic white craft cord, a 13-inch wooden dowel, 10 beads and an illustrated instruction book. The 48-page booklet has step-by-step instructions with full-color photographs for a total of 10 projects. In the first 2 projects you will be introduced to the Overhand Knot, Gathering Knot, Lark's Head Knot, Square Knot, Alternating Square Knot, and Josephine Knot. As you move on, you will learn the Spiral Knot, Gathering Double Half Hitch Knot, Alternating Half Hitch Knot, Square Knot Sinnet, Double Half Hitch Knot, Half Knot and Trivet Knot. This is the perfect starter kit for first timer's or those rediscovering this versatile textile. It would make a great gift. Get yours below.


CONTENTS

Welcome to Modern Macrame
What's in the Box
Techniques & Tips
Knot Know-How

Mini Plant Hanger
Mini Wall Hanging
Long Plant Hanger
Copper Wall Hanging
Lamp Shade
Throw Rug
Coasters
Shelf
Owl
Shoulder Bag



I am a macrame beginner. In this photo I am practicing my knots with 2 strands of cord. The cord is secured to the dowel with 2 lark's knots followed by a square knot. It isn't difficult. It is enjoyable. Both the white cord and the wooden dowel are from the kit.

Modern Macrame is published by becker&mayer! a division of the Quarto Publishing Group USA. Check out their unique catalog at becker&mayer! Quarto has generously offered to giveaway a kit! One winner will be selected at random. Open until November 26, 2017. Canada & the USA only. Good luck!



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https://www.quartoknows.com/BeckerMayer

24 comments:

  1. My son would like the Star Wars Millenium Falcon book.

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  2. The Bee Keepers Lab book sounds interesting!

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  3. Another book I'm interested in is Stained Glass Coloring Book by Patience Coster.

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  4. Barn by Susan Carol Hauser is one I would love to receive

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  5. The granny square book looks awesome!

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  6. Hedgehog Knows looks like a cute, uplifting book! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  7. I am also interested in the Vegetable Gardening book. Thanks!

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  8. My granddaughter is learning to crochet and the Woodland Crochet by Kristen Rask book would be perfect to give her.

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  9. You should really post this on my GiveAway Linky at SHOW OFF TUESDAY! http://www.xmasdolly.com/2017/11/12/mondays-music-moves-me-288/ Monday's is for just music & you can find our theme in my side bar, but Tuesdays are for giveaways! Post them all.. reviews too! Have a great day & thanks for stopping by.

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  10. Know It All Great Inventions
    is a nice one

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  11. I'd love to receive the World's Best Beers book!

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  12. I would love to get Create Your Life Book by Tamara Laporte for my daughter. I seen a few that my son would like as well.

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  13. I'd like to get the Go! book. I need some inspiration to get outside and challenge myself.

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  14. I'd like to get the book "Upcycling" by Max McMurdo. I think this book would be very useful.
    lindacfast@hotmail.com

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  15. I really want to learn how to bead ..without using a loom!!
    The Big Book of Beading sounds like it may be helpful!

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  16. I would love to have for myself Pacific Northwest Month-by-Month Gardening, We moved to Oregon from Pennsylvania and it is amazing how different the soil is here. We are still learning :). This book would be very helpful.

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  17. I like the See for Yourself! by Dorothea DePrisco
    The Ultimate Guide to Eyes

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  18. The "Beautifully Said" book looks interesting!

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  19. I would like to give Farm Cooking School.

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  20. I would like to get the book - Building with secondhand stuff - sounds interesting

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