Jewelry creations and accessories macrame

     That is what the Macrame?

      The Macrame is an ancient manual activity. Arab weavers were the first to use this technique in the 13th century. The word comes from the Arabic word Macrame mahrama (handkerchief). It is then transformed into macrame by the Genoese. The Macrame is a weaving technique using a wide variety of nodes that can create very solid objects. 

    The sailors played a very important role in the development of this art manufacturing and selling their creation during their long sea voyage. The macrame traveled the world for the manufacture of decorative objects and works of art. The jewelry in Latin America appear particularly colorful and original (bracelets, necklaces, earrings, ankle, tiaras ...) 

     After being taught in schools in the 70 to create plant holders, the macramé or rather micro-macrame back today through more refined, delicate and much more elaborate creation, using all kinds of son (cotton, linen, silk, nylon, polyester, ...) and added to the beads braided wire such as wood, silver, seeds, shells, crystal, semi-precious stones. Cabochons can be crimped macrame thereby make them much more posh and luxurious creations. The wire is often waxed to give place in the book.

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Who SAB CREATION?

    I have started my work in June 2009 but I create since childhood. My father said that I had hands of gold. On my hands are that it has given me more valuable. 
I am a fanatic of techniques that use ... son knitting, crochet, embroidery, sewing, macrame .... but, it's another story ... a love story. I have started biensur as much by Brazilian bracelets when I was a teenager and I 
I 'm there'm handing adult, by chance ... and since I' m more stops. 
Always looking to learn, to do better, I'm far from the end of the road, to have completed my journey ...