Basic Micro Macrame knots | Combining polymer clay and micro macrame | “INKredible Macrame” tutorial
Macrame was popular in the 70s to create bags, wall décor, plant hangers and many more.
Micro Macrame is a more delicate and refined version of the 70s macramé using a smaller diameter of cord and beads.
Tie one cord to another and make a knot.
This is the basis of macramé.
We are all doing this every day in our daily routines.
No need for special tools or materials – cords, and beads!
Micro Macramé may appear complicated at first but actually, once you understood 3-4 basic macramé knots, you will see how these can create any pattern you can imagine.
Ready to learn start knotting?
Join me to a 50 minutes video demonstrating almost all basic micro macrame knots!
Here are some of the knots included in the video:
Square Knot (SK)
Mounting Knot / Larks Head Knot (LHK)
Double Half Hitch (DHH)
Vertical Double Half Hitch (VDHH)
Diagonal Double Half Hitch (DDHH)
Creating a closure to bracelets
and many more!
You are welcome to check out all 29 polymer-macrame video tutorials available in PolyPediaOnline Express site – Earrings, necklaces, pendants, bracelets, hair crowns and many more!