DIY Nautical Rope Necklace
In the long, hot summer months, style can get a bit boring when you constantly grab for that floral dress or those denim cut offs. Luckily, nautical fashion still says summer but with an easy going, fresh sophistication. The look is easy to pull off with some crisp stripes, bright reds, navy blues and a couple of anchors, but why not take the look... - read more
'The Directory of Knots' examples...
I tied these knots following the diagrams from John Shaw's book, 'The Directory of Knots'. The 'Ichabod' and 'Gibbet' knots are sliding loop(noose) type knots, the 'Broach' knot is a fixed loop, and the front and back sides of the 'Arms-Akimbo' lanyard knot are shown, all tied with paracord.
Silver Grey Nautical Rope Statement Necklace | Etsy
This is my best seller knot necklace design which is made of light grey (silver tone) twist cord. Since the cord is made of floss thread, it has a natural gloss. The 2 ends are securely fastened with ribbon clamps and closed with lobster clasp. The necklace measures 17 inches long and also has a extension chain. The knot is approximately 3 inches long and 2 inches wide. This bold but lightweight necklace would make a lovely addition to your jewelry collection:) Color may vary slightly due…
How To Macrame (And Create A Wall Hanging!)
I’ve always loved macrame and its intricate beauty, but whenever I think about trying it, it just seems to complicated and difficult. It’s true that the more complex forms of macrame can take hours of practice and even years to fully master. But don’t let that deter you! Some of the basic macrame knots are […]
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