Do you know the technique macrame knot? It is an ancient form of creation, dating from the thirteenth century, is based on a specific node technique that can be flat or volume.
The word macrame is derived from the Arabic word "migramah" (fringe) and / or from the Turkish word "makrama" which means "handkerchief". In Europe, this art of macrame knot was first developed in Spain, then in Italy (especially in the region of Liguria), and finally in Europe. Discover our fifteen pot suspensions ideas flowers and vase style node macramé.
Macrame knot: an old technique knots, flat or volumes
This ancient technique of macrame knot is a form of creation at the base of textiles. It is used for making bracelets, necklaces, clothes, bags, curtains and others. Typically, designers use the rope or twine of cotton, wool, leather etc. This technology has evolved. Today, some artists, such as Marcel Wanders, have developed by using different materials: pipes, cables, straws, lanyards and other. In the royal court in England, Queen Marry learned to her ladies the art of macramé during the seventeenth century. Today, this technique is widespread. It developed in different countries and in different ways.
Knot Macrame: very original suspension idea for your flower pots
You can do wonders with the ancient technique of macrame knot!
A very original idea
An ancient art in your home
A very good idea for small flowerpots
Hanging pots mini flower
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