7 days for Macramé

Macramé comes from the word “migramah”, used by the 13th century weavers of Arabia,  meaning “fringe”. This refers to the decorative fringes on camels and horses that help, among other things, to keep away the flies in the hot desert regions of North Africa … Jewelry constructed through the combination of knots and glass stones, hand-made or natural elements such as shells and semi-precious stones are highly sought after.

Necklaces, anklets, bracelets can be built according to your personal design.
Working the macramé island of Schinoussa can be an opportunity to turn the pieces of wood, stones or shells found in walking along the trails or on the beaches of the island, in artistic objects vibrant with memories.

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