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|Statement||Conceived and edited by William and Shirley Sayles.|
|Series||The Golden Press step-by-step craft series|
|LC Classifications||TT840 .P46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||77,  p.|
|Number of Pages||77|
|LC Control Number||75100337|
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This easy to follow book has no identifiable publication date but it has a library of congress number but no ISBN so my best guess for age would late 60's or early 70's. The binding is in good condition but the cover is rather grubby with multiple nicks and chips and bends at all four corners. McCalls Macrame with Step-by-Step Instructions. Macramé Books in CAFÉ You can find a number of macramé books through the library’s AFÉ catalog. Just perform a keyword search for “macramé,” “paracord,” or “knots” to find books for adult and kid crafts. A few that we like: The New Macramé: contemporary knotted . Right cord under middle cords and through left loop; Start with two Lark’s head Knots. There should be a total of 4 macrame cords there. We are going to take the . How to Macrame. Macramé (MAC-ruh-may) is the art/craft of tying cords into knots in such a way that they form a useful or decorative shape. Choosing the right materials and making sure you have a good work space will help you start your Views: K.
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