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Wired Micro-Macramé Jewelry: Enhancing Fiber Designs with Wire Paperback – March 5, 2010
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About the Author
Joan Babcock is a fiber artist, jewelry designer, teacher, and author who has been creating one-of-a-kind jewelry and fiber art since 1988. She is known for her unique style of blending cords, beads, and metal elements together, and specializes in the technique of "Cavandoli" or tapestry knotting. Her work has been featured in numerous fiber art and bead related books and magazines. She is the author of "Micro-Macramé Jewelry: Tips and Techniques for Knotting with Beads" and a DVD, "Micro-Macramé & Cavandoli Knotting, Level One". Joan lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico with her husband and business partner Jeff and companion cats Lily and Marley. You can see her jewelry and fiber art at www.joanbabcock.com
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I love working with wire and have once again picked up my macrame. This book not only has projects I'll try, but it is very inspirational and I can see where I will be branching off and creating my own designs. Already, in the supplies list, I discovered a product I wasn't aware of and have ordered it. That in itself will be worth the cost of this book! I agree it's not a thick book, but what is in it is solid learning material and the photographs are great.
I'm so glad I purchased this book and now I'm going to go and see what else this author has to offer.
Maybe it is because you are using wire and thus it has to be somewhat sturdy so the macramé does not slip off the wire armature.
I do think that with all the macramé and fusion (macramé( knots available it could have been a little better. I will give me
a more sound foundation to start with - so that is why it is just ok.
The step-by-step pictures for each project are extremely helpful for a visual learner like myself.
I did find myself referring back to Joan Babcock's book, "Micro-Macrame Jewelry - Tips and Techniques for Knotting with Beads", which I bought from
Amazon previously.Micro-Macramé Jewelry: Tips and Techniques for Knotting with Beads
If you are getting back to knotting after not doing it for awhile, or if you have never done knotting, I recommend that book, as well!