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The most comprehensive guide to knotting and braiding techniques with literally hundreds of illustrated techniques from bestselling author and crafter, Dorothy Wood. Ideal for both experienced makers as well as younger friendship bracelet makers, Dorothy shows you how to master hundreds of knotting and braiding techniques to create stunning jewelry and accessories. Techniq The most comprehensive guide to knotting and braiding techniques with literally hundreds of illustrated techniques from bestselling author and crafter, Dorothy Wood. Ideal for both experienced makers as well as younger friendship bracelet makers, Dorothy shows you how to master hundreds of knotting and braiding techniques to create stunning jewelry and accessories. Techniques cover kumihimo (braiding), plaiting, knotting (including macrame) and fusion, with techniques for adding beads, using different cords/wire and attaching findings. Easy to follow step-by-step instruction and photography will help you to learn each of the different techniques. Choose from a selection of project ideas to refine your new skills including jewelry, accessories and home decor to create beautiful gifts and home decorations.


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The most comprehensive guide to knotting and braiding techniques with literally hundreds of illustrated techniques from bestselling author and crafter, Dorothy Wood. Ideal for both experienced makers as well as younger friendship bracelet makers, Dorothy shows you how to master hundreds of knotting and braiding techniques to create stunning jewelry and accessories. Techniq The most comprehensive guide to knotting and braiding techniques with literally hundreds of illustrated techniques from bestselling author and crafter, Dorothy Wood. Ideal for both experienced makers as well as younger friendship bracelet makers, Dorothy shows you how to master hundreds of knotting and braiding techniques to create stunning jewelry and accessories. Techniques cover kumihimo (braiding), plaiting, knotting (including macrame) and fusion, with techniques for adding beads, using different cords/wire and attaching findings. Easy to follow step-by-step instruction and photography will help you to learn each of the different techniques. Choose from a selection of project ideas to refine your new skills including jewelry, accessories and home decor to create beautiful gifts and home decorations.

30 review for The Knotting & Braiding Bible: The Complete Guide to Creative Knotting Including Kumihimo, Macrame and Plaiting

  1. 5 out of 5

    The Geekery Book Review

    This is an amazing book if you already know what you're doing! If you don't, it gives you something to aim for. The instructions are clear, the photos are beautiful, and the variety of projects is wide. I bought it looking for ways to girl-up paracord projects, and I'm so happy I did. There are so many different knotting and beading techniques in here that can be applied to so many different things. I had never seen the Kumihimo braid technique, but now I am so anxious to try it!! If you do any ki This is an amazing book if you already know what you're doing! If you don't, it gives you something to aim for. The instructions are clear, the photos are beautiful, and the variety of projects is wide. I bought it looking for ways to girl-up paracord projects, and I'm so happy I did. There are so many different knotting and beading techniques in here that can be applied to so many different things. I had never seen the Kumihimo braid technique, but now I am so anxious to try it!! If you do any kind of plaited bracelets, necklaces, or anything like that, and you're looking for some unique, new styles, this book is for you!!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Margo Hurwicz

    Lots of good ideas but some of the instructions could be clearer. The photos are helpful, but more photos would be more helpful. I’m not sorry I bought this book, but I wouldn’t recommend it to a beginner.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Helen

    I liked it, but it wasn't exactly what I was looking for. I liked it, but it wasn't exactly what I was looking for.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    Will be using some of these great ideas in the future. Haven't tried anything yet but found some great projects. Will be using some of these great ideas in the future. Haven't tried anything yet but found some great projects.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Vaughan Cookston

    Wonderful Resource! As a Girl Scout of the 60's-70's, I cultivated a lifetime love of knots. Although paracord is popular now, this book revisits macramé and introduces us to Kumihimo braiding. The author brings forth numerous ways the same knot configuration can be modified with materials for different uses. If you are interested in making jewelry, bracelets and belts, this is a go-to book. Wonderful Resource! As a Girl Scout of the 60's-70's, I cultivated a lifetime love of knots. Although paracord is popular now, this book revisits macramé and introduces us to Kumihimo braiding. The author brings forth numerous ways the same knot configuration can be modified with materials for different uses. If you are interested in making jewelry, bracelets and belts, this is a go-to book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kenni

    So-so 1st I suggest reading this on a color screen. While I love my Kindle Paperwhite, the pictures need to be in color to follow her instructions. While there is plenty of detail in her instructions, I found them hard to follow. I have the book 3 stars because it wasn't necessarily her fault I couldn't follow her instructions. So-so 1st I suggest reading this on a color screen. While I love my Kindle Paperwhite, the pictures need to be in color to follow her instructions. While there is plenty of detail in her instructions, I found them hard to follow. I have the book 3 stars because it wasn't necessarily her fault I couldn't follow her instructions.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Karen Rush

    Excellent instructions and well organized.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Georgina

    A little bit of everything here, which means that the directions will seem less detailed for those who are not already familiar with the various techniques. I found it a great refresher, though.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Colleen Murray

    Not so good I found the projects very old fashioned very disappointing I was hopeful that there would be more projects and a different quality

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    Sasha Cameron

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    dawn warden

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    Missy Hammontree

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    Jkboyco

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    Amy

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    PAE

  28. 4 out of 5

    Laura Miller

  29. 4 out of 5

    Nikki Perry

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jennette Gaffney

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