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Macrame History

Updated: Nov 22, 2021

Do you know when #macrame came in to world


Macrame is a form of weaving that is produced using knotting techniques (rather than weaving or knitting)


#Kavandoli macrame is one type that is used to form both geometric and freeform patterns like weaving. Kavandoli style is mainly done in single knot, double knot half knot. Sometimes reverse half joints are used to maintain balance when working on the left and right halves of a balanced piece.


Leather or fabric belts are another accessory often created using macramé techniques. Most mutual friendship bracelets between school children and teens are created using this method. Vendors at parks, malls, seasonal fairs, and other public places may sell jewelry or macrame ornaments, too

Macrame History
Macrame history

The earliest evidence of macramé style knots as decoration dates to the Babylonians and Assyrians. Fringe-like plaiting and braiding appeared in their costumes and on their stone statues. #Arab weavers knotted excess thread as decoration.

Early carvings show #macramé-style knots used as decoration. Fringe-like plaiting and braiding adorned their costumes and appeared on their stone statues. #Arab weavers knotted excess thread into decorative knots.

Ancient Babylonians and Assyrians both used macramé-style knots as decorations on their stone statuary. Arab weavers knotted excess thread into knots during the weaving process.

 



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