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Macrame is a native technique of knotting from the Orient whose origin dates back until about the year 1800 BC. Chr. Throughout its history, it was used in different variations and steadily advanced and developed, among other things as clothing, carpets and wall decoration to practical applications such as bridle for riding animals, hammocks, bags and containers.

Usually two threads are knotted together in such a way that one thread wraps around the other. With the amount and combination of the handled knots are then obtained countless ways to create ornaments.




Das Wort stammt vom arabischen Wort „migramah” ab, welches „Weben“ bedeutet. Im 13ten Jahrhundert gelangte Makramee durch arabische Seeleute nach Spanien und verbreitete sich anschließend in ganz Europa.

The word comes from the Arabic word "migramah", which means "weaving". In the 13th century macrame was brought to Spain by Arab sailors and then spread throughout Europe. Sailors spread the technique in the following centuries throughout the world, from China to the 'new world'... 



In Latin America the first variants of macrame jewelry already developed more than 150 years ago and today it is still a well maintained tradition to tie belts, necklaces and bracelets in Central and South America...
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Unique Beauty

flowersThe function of jewelry is far more than just to look nice. To distinguish the uniqueness and Beauty of its wearer is the actual task.

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Since 2012, we are offering our arts with our stall at Markets and Festivals.
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Technique & History

  • About Macrame

    Macrame is a native technique of knotting from the Orient whose origin dates back until about the year 1800 BC. Chr. Throughout its history, it was used in different variations and steadily advanced and developed, among other things as clothing, carpets and wall decoration to practical applications such as bridle for riding animals, hammocks, bags and containers.

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