Synopses & Reviews
Taking its inspiration from the Central and South American origins of the craft, this handbook shows how to create 22 vibrant thread bracelets without any weaving equipment. Using only two basic knots and a safety pin to keep the work taut, crafters can create a host of designs ranging from the simple to more intricate. Clear diagrams and simple, step-by-step instructions show how to create chevrons, stripes, diamonds, and many other patterns in a carnival of colors, row-by-row. The bracelets may be tied onto a friends wrist as a lasting token of regard and affection from one person to another.
"This reminds us that friendship is universal and crosses continents, generations and all other barriers." Machine Knitting Monthly
Previously published in Great Britain: 1995.
About the Author
Veronique Follet is a book publisher, a writer, and a member of the Thousand and One Company, which offers a diverse range of activities, such as face painting, for parties.