= Larks Head Knot: One of the most
common Macrame knots. It's used to attach
cords to rings, dowels, and other cords.
It can rest horizontally, vertically, or be
used to make a sennit (chain).
This is one of several Macrame definitions that
are very important for you to understand.
A Loop is a circular or oval shape that is
usually made by crossingtwo
parts of the cord. This image shows
a loop, with the crook, or rounded portion, at
A type of material that looks like gold, silver,
or brass metal.
This twisted cord is a combination of silver
and gold strands.
Some Macrame definitions are specific to this
craft. The term "Micro" means small. So it's
used to describe projects using very delicate
and slender materials.
Earrings are dainty, since they
are made with fine leather cord, 2mm thick.
Macrame definitions like this one are very
important for you to know. Mounting is the
process of attaching one or more cord to a ring,
dowel, frame, or another cord. This term is
usually seen in the beginning stages of a
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