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Choose a hanging chair like this if you want something a little more structured than a hammock chair. Have you check out white macrame hammock chair? With its pink stripes, a hammock chair keeps things in trendy monochrome to lighten up any space. Designed with performance yard, this hammock chair is perfect for indoor/outdoor living, margarita stains and all.  Woven hammock chairs come in different colors.
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Abcwools 2021-05-28

Macrame Multi Color Cord Thread is also available in dyed colors for macrame projects where you need color.

Or you can take your macrame craft a step further by dying your own jute.

It is not very expensive and the thickness of the thread will give you fast results.

You can buy up to 5-ply jute in 2-ply size.Being a child of the 40s I remember well that my mums hangers in macrame windows.

Macrame was a craze in the whole world of the 60s, and if you're still not sure what I am about I am talking, this is the art of binding.Read More - Macrame Solid Color Cord Thread

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Abcwools 2021-05-28

Macrame Jute Cord is a great material to use for many macrame projects.

It is not very expensive and the thickness of the thread will give you fast results.You can buy up to 5-ply jute in 2-ply size.

When using jute, keep in mind that it is not colored.This means that if you are going to use jute in a project that is going to be subjected to electricity or natural light for a long time, it will fade.

Jute is also available in dyed colors for macrame projects where you need color.Or you can take your macrame craft a step further by dying your own jute.Read More - Macrame Multi Color Cord Thread

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Ashapurna 2021-06-30
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Macrame Cord is usually a 6 strand (or more) braided cord, or what I believe was most commonly used for macrame in the '70s and early '80s when cotton string wasn't really 'the thing' to use.

The very, very tightly wound cotton macrame solid color cord thread is also called "sash cord.

"Sash cord is a bit stiff to use, and very difficult to unravel, but it is extremely strong, so it's good for weight bearing pieces and if you're looking to add lots of structure to your work.

Macrame cord, in my experience, is the toughest on the hands, but when you want a certain look or functionality, no pain no gain!

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Abcwools 2021-06-14

The question I've often encountered in relation to macrame cords is: How do I know the length of cord needed for a project?

It seems that there is no exact formula for this until I got into the craft of Elaine Lieberman (no longer online).He has pleased me to share the following tips (edited for specificity) in estimating the length of Macrame Dual Color Cord to use: *Unless the pattern was very specific with chord length, measuring macrame chord volume is primarily a trial-and-error game.

*The rule of thumb for this estimation depends on whether the design uses lots of open spaces or closed spaces, or both.

Read More - Macrame Zari Cord 

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Tropical Photo Tours 2021-08-02
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Macrame store online in India has usually a 6 strand (or more) braided cord, or what I believe was most commonly used for macrame in the '70s and early '80s when cotton string wasn't really 'the thing' to use.

The very, very tightly wound cotton macrame is also called "sash cord."

Sash cord is a bit stiff to use, and very difficult to unravel, but it is extremely strong, so it's good for weight bearing pieces and if you're looking to add lots of structure to your work.Macrame cord, in my experience, is the toughest on the hands, but when you want a certain look or functionality, no pain no gain!

For those of you looking to develop your macrame knotting techniques and to showcase your projects, I would recommend high quality 3mm-4mm Single Strand Cotton Cord.

The soft feel and ease of knotting, along side the effortless fringing, makes for the best type of macrame cord to use.

Stop getting tangled and get the basics right with these 3 easy macramé knots for beginners.

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Fuzion Foodz 2021-05-04

Macrame Cord is usually a 6 strand (or more) braided cord, or what I believe was most commonly used for macrame in the '70s and early '80s when cotton string wasn't really 'the thing' to use.

The very, very tightly wound cotton macrame solid color cord thread is also called "sash cord."

Sash cord is a bit stiff to use, and very difficult to unravel, but it is extremely strong, so it's good for weight bearing pieces and if you're looking to add lots of structure to your work.

Macrame cord, in my experience, is the toughest on the hands, but when you want a certain look or functionality, no pain no gain!

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Fuzion Foodz 2021-06-02

Macrame Cord is usually a 6 strand (or more) braided cord, or what I believe was most commonly used for macrame in the '70s and early '80s when cotton string wasn't really 'the thing' to use.

The very, very tightly wound cotton macrame solid color cord thread is also called "sash cord."

Sash cord is a bit stiff to use, and very difficult to unravel, but it is extremely strong, so it's good for weight bearing pieces and if you're looking to add lots of structure to your work.

Macrame cord, in my experience, is the toughest on the hands, but when you want a certain look or functionality, no pain no gain! 

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Fuzion Foodz 2021-05-04

Macrame Cord is usually a 6 strand (or more) braided cord, or what I believe was most commonly used for macrame in the '70s and early '80s when cotton string wasn't really 'the thing' to use.

The very, very tightly wound cotton macrame solid color cord thread is also called "sash cord."

Sash cord is a bit stiff to use, and very difficult to unravel, but it is extremely strong, so it's good for weight bearing pieces and if you're looking to add lots of structure to your work.

Macrame cord, in my experience, is the toughest on the hands, but when you want a certain look or functionality, no pain no gain!

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Karun Agarwal 2021-06-30
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Macrame Cord is usually a 6 strand (or more) braided cord, or what I believe was most commonly used for macrame in the '70s and early '80s when cotton string wasn't really 'the thing' to use.

The very, very tightly wound cotton macrame solid color cord is also called "sash cord.

"Sash cord is a bit stiff to use, and very difficult to unravel, but it is extremely strong, so it's good for weight bearing pieces and if you're looking to add lots of structure to your work.

Macrame cord, in my experience, is the toughest on the hands, but when you want a certain look or functionality, no pain no gain!

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Karun Agarwal 2021-06-30
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Macrame store online in India has usually a 6 strand (or more) braided cord, or what I believe was most commonly used for macrame in the '70s and early '80s when cotton string wasn't really 'the thing' to use.

The very, very tightly wound cotton macrame is also called "sash cord."

Sash cord is a bit stiff to use, and very difficult to unravel, but it is extremely strong, so it's good for weight bearing pieces and if you're looking to add lots of structure to your work.Macrame cord, in my experience, is the toughest on the hands, but when you want a certain look or functionality, no pain no gain!

For those of you looking to develop your macrame knotting techniques and to showcase your projects, I would recommend high quality 3mm-4mm Single Strand Cotton Cord.

The soft feel and ease of knotting, along side the effortless fringing, makes for the best type of macrame cord to use.

Stop getting tangled and get the basics right with these 3 easy macramé knots for beginners.

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Karun Agarwal 2021-06-30
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Macrame Cord is usually a 6 strand (or more) braided cord, or what I believe was most commonly used for macrame in the '70s and early '80s when cotton string wasn't really 'the thing' to use.The very, very tightly wound cotton macrame is also called "sash cord."

Sash cord is a bit stiff to use, and very difficult to unravel, but it is extremely strong, so it's good for weight bearing pieces and if you're looking to add lots of structure to your work.

Macrame cord, in my experience, is the toughest on the hands, but when you want a certain look or functionality, no pain no gain!

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Karun Agarwal 2021-06-30
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Medium Ropes, 4mm-7mm are perhaps most commonly used, a great size for macramé beginners, more sturdy than the smaller ropes and the perfect size for plant hangers, wall hangings, furniture, lanterns, curtains, rugs, etc.

For those of you looking to develop your macrame knotting techniques and to showcase your projects, I would recommend high quality 3mm-4mm Single Strand Cotton Cord.

The soft feel and ease of knotting, along side the effortless fringing, makes for the best type of macrame cord to use.

Stop getting tangled and get the basics right with these 3 easy macramé knots for beginners!Macrame Cord is usually a 6 strand (or more) braided cord, or what I believe was most commonly used for macrame in the '70s and early '80s when cotton string wasn't really 'the thing' to use.

The very, very tightly wound cotton macrame is also called "sash cord."

Sash cord is a bit stiff to use, and very difficult to unravel, but it is extremely strong, so it's good for weight bearing pieces and if you're looking to add lots of structure to your work, buy macramé cord online in India in my experience, is the toughest on the hands, but when you want a certain look or functionality, no pain no gain!

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atlantic overstock 2019-09-24
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This macrame hanging photo artwork display is not just a great way to showcase photographs or snapshots, arts, but also an unique wall decoration that compliments any space like home, office or any room.

It is a great wall mount for bedroom, living area, workspace or anywhere where you'd like to bring some texture and interest to your walls.http://www.atlanticoverstock.com/Deals/hanging-photo-displays-macrame-8777.aspx

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0
Abcwools 2021-06-14

Macrame Zari Cord, the art of rope tying, is a trendy way to create your own boho-chic inspired plant hanger.

This is a trend that has been revived since the 70s and is even better than before.

If you are a plant lover, you will like that these hangers will display your plants both indoors and outdoorsCreating your first DIY macramé plant hanger is a project that may seem daunting at first, but once you learn the basics, it is actually quite easy.Today, we will show you how to make macrame plant hangers using basic knots and patterns.Read More - Buy Macrame Online   

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Karun Agarwal 2021-06-30
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Macrame dual color cord are medium Ropes, 4mm-7mm are perhaps most commonly used, a great size for macramé beginners, more sturdy than the smaller ropes and the perfect size for plant hangers, wall hangings, furniture, lanterns, curtains, rugs, etc.

Stop getting tangled and get the basics right with these 3 easy macramé knots for beginners!

We'll show you how to do a basic Cow Hitch, Square Knot and Wrap Knot to help you get started on some beautiful macramé work!

Braided cords are more structurally sound and the strands are less likely to unravel.

However, they are also stiffer and thicker than twisted cords.

Twisted cords are more popular for macrame art because it will help you achieve the classic macrame look, but its strands are more likely to separate.

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Mity Home 2021-12-03
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Choose a hanging chair like this if you want something a little more structured than a hammock chair. Have you check out white macrame hammock chair? With its pink stripes, a hammock chair keeps things in trendy monochrome to lighten up any space. Designed with performance yard, this hammock chair is perfect for indoor/outdoor living, margarita stains and all.  Woven hammock chairs come in different colors.
Abcwools 2021-05-28

Macrame Jute Cord is a great material to use for many macrame projects.

It is not very expensive and the thickness of the thread will give you fast results.You can buy up to 5-ply jute in 2-ply size.

When using jute, keep in mind that it is not colored.This means that if you are going to use jute in a project that is going to be subjected to electricity or natural light for a long time, it will fade.

Jute is also available in dyed colors for macrame projects where you need color.Or you can take your macrame craft a step further by dying your own jute.Read More - Macrame Multi Color Cord Thread

Abcwools 2021-06-14

The question I've often encountered in relation to macrame cords is: How do I know the length of cord needed for a project?

It seems that there is no exact formula for this until I got into the craft of Elaine Lieberman (no longer online).He has pleased me to share the following tips (edited for specificity) in estimating the length of Macrame Dual Color Cord to use: *Unless the pattern was very specific with chord length, measuring macrame chord volume is primarily a trial-and-error game.

*The rule of thumb for this estimation depends on whether the design uses lots of open spaces or closed spaces, or both.

Read More - Macrame Zari Cord 

Fuzion Foodz 2021-05-04

Macrame Cord is usually a 6 strand (or more) braided cord, or what I believe was most commonly used for macrame in the '70s and early '80s when cotton string wasn't really 'the thing' to use.

The very, very tightly wound cotton macrame solid color cord thread is also called "sash cord."

Sash cord is a bit stiff to use, and very difficult to unravel, but it is extremely strong, so it's good for weight bearing pieces and if you're looking to add lots of structure to your work.

Macrame cord, in my experience, is the toughest on the hands, but when you want a certain look or functionality, no pain no gain!

Fuzion Foodz 2021-05-04

Macrame Cord is usually a 6 strand (or more) braided cord, or what I believe was most commonly used for macrame in the '70s and early '80s when cotton string wasn't really 'the thing' to use.

The very, very tightly wound cotton macrame solid color cord thread is also called "sash cord."

Sash cord is a bit stiff to use, and very difficult to unravel, but it is extremely strong, so it's good for weight bearing pieces and if you're looking to add lots of structure to your work.

Macrame cord, in my experience, is the toughest on the hands, but when you want a certain look or functionality, no pain no gain!

Karun Agarwal 2021-06-30
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Macrame store online in India has usually a 6 strand (or more) braided cord, or what I believe was most commonly used for macrame in the '70s and early '80s when cotton string wasn't really 'the thing' to use.

The very, very tightly wound cotton macrame is also called "sash cord."

Sash cord is a bit stiff to use, and very difficult to unravel, but it is extremely strong, so it's good for weight bearing pieces and if you're looking to add lots of structure to your work.Macrame cord, in my experience, is the toughest on the hands, but when you want a certain look or functionality, no pain no gain!

For those of you looking to develop your macrame knotting techniques and to showcase your projects, I would recommend high quality 3mm-4mm Single Strand Cotton Cord.

The soft feel and ease of knotting, along side the effortless fringing, makes for the best type of macrame cord to use.

Stop getting tangled and get the basics right with these 3 easy macramé knots for beginners.

Karun Agarwal 2021-06-30
img

Medium Ropes, 4mm-7mm are perhaps most commonly used, a great size for macramé beginners, more sturdy than the smaller ropes and the perfect size for plant hangers, wall hangings, furniture, lanterns, curtains, rugs, etc.

For those of you looking to develop your macrame knotting techniques and to showcase your projects, I would recommend high quality 3mm-4mm Single Strand Cotton Cord.

The soft feel and ease of knotting, along side the effortless fringing, makes for the best type of macrame cord to use.

Stop getting tangled and get the basics right with these 3 easy macramé knots for beginners!Macrame Cord is usually a 6 strand (or more) braided cord, or what I believe was most commonly used for macrame in the '70s and early '80s when cotton string wasn't really 'the thing' to use.

The very, very tightly wound cotton macrame is also called "sash cord."

Sash cord is a bit stiff to use, and very difficult to unravel, but it is extremely strong, so it's good for weight bearing pieces and if you're looking to add lots of structure to your work, buy macramé cord online in India in my experience, is the toughest on the hands, but when you want a certain look or functionality, no pain no gain!

Abcwools 2021-06-14

Macrame Zari Cord, the art of rope tying, is a trendy way to create your own boho-chic inspired plant hanger.

This is a trend that has been revived since the 70s and is even better than before.

If you are a plant lover, you will like that these hangers will display your plants both indoors and outdoorsCreating your first DIY macramé plant hanger is a project that may seem daunting at first, but once you learn the basics, it is actually quite easy.Today, we will show you how to make macrame plant hangers using basic knots and patterns.Read More - Buy Macrame Online   

Abcwools 2021-05-28

Macrame Multi Color Cord Thread is also available in dyed colors for macrame projects where you need color.

Or you can take your macrame craft a step further by dying your own jute.

It is not very expensive and the thickness of the thread will give you fast results.

You can buy up to 5-ply jute in 2-ply size.Being a child of the 40s I remember well that my mums hangers in macrame windows.

Macrame was a craze in the whole world of the 60s, and if you're still not sure what I am about I am talking, this is the art of binding.Read More - Macrame Solid Color Cord Thread

Ashapurna 2021-06-30
img

Macrame Cord is usually a 6 strand (or more) braided cord, or what I believe was most commonly used for macrame in the '70s and early '80s when cotton string wasn't really 'the thing' to use.

The very, very tightly wound cotton macrame solid color cord thread is also called "sash cord.

"Sash cord is a bit stiff to use, and very difficult to unravel, but it is extremely strong, so it's good for weight bearing pieces and if you're looking to add lots of structure to your work.

Macrame cord, in my experience, is the toughest on the hands, but when you want a certain look or functionality, no pain no gain!

Tropical Photo Tours 2021-08-02
img

Macrame store online in India has usually a 6 strand (or more) braided cord, or what I believe was most commonly used for macrame in the '70s and early '80s when cotton string wasn't really 'the thing' to use.

The very, very tightly wound cotton macrame is also called "sash cord."

Sash cord is a bit stiff to use, and very difficult to unravel, but it is extremely strong, so it's good for weight bearing pieces and if you're looking to add lots of structure to your work.Macrame cord, in my experience, is the toughest on the hands, but when you want a certain look or functionality, no pain no gain!

For those of you looking to develop your macrame knotting techniques and to showcase your projects, I would recommend high quality 3mm-4mm Single Strand Cotton Cord.

The soft feel and ease of knotting, along side the effortless fringing, makes for the best type of macrame cord to use.

Stop getting tangled and get the basics right with these 3 easy macramé knots for beginners.

Fuzion Foodz 2021-06-02

Macrame Cord is usually a 6 strand (or more) braided cord, or what I believe was most commonly used for macrame in the '70s and early '80s when cotton string wasn't really 'the thing' to use.

The very, very tightly wound cotton macrame solid color cord thread is also called "sash cord."

Sash cord is a bit stiff to use, and very difficult to unravel, but it is extremely strong, so it's good for weight bearing pieces and if you're looking to add lots of structure to your work.

Macrame cord, in my experience, is the toughest on the hands, but when you want a certain look or functionality, no pain no gain! 

Karun Agarwal 2021-06-30
img

Macrame Cord is usually a 6 strand (or more) braided cord, or what I believe was most commonly used for macrame in the '70s and early '80s when cotton string wasn't really 'the thing' to use.

The very, very tightly wound cotton macrame solid color cord is also called "sash cord.

"Sash cord is a bit stiff to use, and very difficult to unravel, but it is extremely strong, so it's good for weight bearing pieces and if you're looking to add lots of structure to your work.

Macrame cord, in my experience, is the toughest on the hands, but when you want a certain look or functionality, no pain no gain!

Karun Agarwal 2021-06-30
img

Macrame Cord is usually a 6 strand (or more) braided cord, or what I believe was most commonly used for macrame in the '70s and early '80s when cotton string wasn't really 'the thing' to use.The very, very tightly wound cotton macrame is also called "sash cord."

Sash cord is a bit stiff to use, and very difficult to unravel, but it is extremely strong, so it's good for weight bearing pieces and if you're looking to add lots of structure to your work.

Macrame cord, in my experience, is the toughest on the hands, but when you want a certain look or functionality, no pain no gain!

atlantic overstock 2019-09-24
img

This macrame hanging photo artwork display is not just a great way to showcase photographs or snapshots, arts, but also an unique wall decoration that compliments any space like home, office or any room.

It is a great wall mount for bedroom, living area, workspace or anywhere where you'd like to bring some texture and interest to your walls.http://www.atlanticoverstock.com/Deals/hanging-photo-displays-macrame-8777.aspx

Karun Agarwal 2021-06-30
img

Macrame dual color cord are medium Ropes, 4mm-7mm are perhaps most commonly used, a great size for macramé beginners, more sturdy than the smaller ropes and the perfect size for plant hangers, wall hangings, furniture, lanterns, curtains, rugs, etc.

Stop getting tangled and get the basics right with these 3 easy macramé knots for beginners!

We'll show you how to do a basic Cow Hitch, Square Knot and Wrap Knot to help you get started on some beautiful macramé work!

Braided cords are more structurally sound and the strands are less likely to unravel.

However, they are also stiffer and thicker than twisted cords.

Twisted cords are more popular for macrame art because it will help you achieve the classic macrame look, but its strands are more likely to separate.