Micro-Macrame Jewelry

ePatterns

Download one or all of these fabulous patterns. They each have supply/materials lists, knot diagrams, step by step color photos, and clear & complete instructions. These patterns vary in skill level from beginner to advanced, but all will require basic knowledge of micro-macramé techniques. For the novice knotter, I recommend my book, "Micro-Macramé Jewelry, Tips & Techniques for Knotting with Beads", my DVD or both.

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Josephine Knot Earrings

These Waxed Linen earrings reminiscent of Josephine Knots are one of my easiest designs to make. They are favorites of mine to wear and I've made them in several colors.

Level - Advanced Beginner

 

Josephine Knot Necklace

This casual necklace featuring a Josephine Knot inspired centerpiece is lightweight, fun to wear and easy to make. Note: This pattern works best with Waxed Linen, not Nylon.

Level - Advanced Beginner

 

Pyramid Earrings

Create these fun casual earrings which feature a classic triangular shape that supports a beaded fringe. The fringe can be long or short, and feature whichever beads you fancy.

Level - Advanced Beginner to Intermediate

Chinese Coin Earrings

These fun & easy earrings are designed using two knotted chain variations. Stone donuts can be substituted for the Chinese coins if desired.

This is a beginner project but requires some basic micro-macramé knowledge.

Micro-Macrame Jewelry ePattern

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Festive Fan Earrings

This unusual earring design reminded me of a flamenco dancers fan. The sample earrings are brightly colored but they also work well with a muted color palette.

Level - Intermediate

 

Charm Bracelet

My version of an old favorite doesn't require jump rings or pliers. This easy fiber design features a knotted chain as a base to dangle a fringe of delightful beads and charms.

This is suitable for all levels but requires some basic micro-macramé knowledge.

Swirl Brooch

This eye catching brooch is as fun to wear as it is to make. Choosing cord colors that range from lighter to darker tones creates a dramatic effect, however using just one color of cord looks great too.

Level - Intermediate
Note -Simple wire work is used in this project.

Butterfly Brooch

This whimsical micro-macrame´and wire Butterfly Brooch will brighten your day. Several different knotted chain variations make up the wings & hammered wire is used to form the base and the antennae.

Level -Intermediate/Advanced
Note - Simple wire work is used in this project.

Tularosa Bracelet

This pretty bracelet features a crisscrossing lattice of knotwork framing a bouquet of beads. A border of drop beads add a light finishing touch.

Level - Intermediate

 

Raindrop Earrings

Delicate and demure, these Victorian Era inspired earrings are relatively quick and easy to make. They're great to make as gifts for others and for yourself.

Level - Beginner and up

Owlet Earrings

Owls are by nature solitary & elusive creatures. But
macramé owls are the happy exception. Here is a recently
uncovered variety for you to make & enjoy.

Level - Advanced Beginner to Intermediate

Climbing Vine Brooch

This unique micro-macramé brooch features interesting angles and twining beads that come together in a fanciful design.

Level - Intermediate

Note -Simple wire work is used in this project.

How it works.

After you have completed the Paypal check out, you will be taken to a web page with links to each of the ePatterns that you have ordered. You will also receive an email with this information. Click on the links to download and save the files on your computer. You have 24 hours to download the pattern(s).

ePattern files are in .pdf format and can be opened with Adobe Acrobat Reader, a free download at: http://get.adobe.com/reader/

If you should have any problem with downloading your ePattern, please contact us at: support@micro-macramejewelry.com