5 Macramé Books for Modern Makers

There are few things as satisfying as knotting our way to our very own stylish new wall hanging. So let’s be inspired by some of the world’s best macramé artists. We listed our favorite macramé books for you here.

Macramé at Home – Nathalie Ranae KOEL Magazine - Macrame books

Macramé at Home – Nathalie Ranae

Handmade always looks best on your walls. So let fibre artist Nathalie Ranae guide you to create stunning macramé pieces to adorn your spaces with her book Macramé at Home.

Macramé & Weben – Lexi de Toth, Monika Kalinowska, Jimena Real de Azúa de Kuhn KOEL Magazine - Macrame Books

Macramé & Weben – Lexi de Toth, Monika Kalinowska, Jimena Real de Azúa de Kuhn

You don’t have to be a linguist to work your way through this fabulous publication ‘Macramé & Weben’. Although it is in German, we all speak the language of yarn crafting and beautiful visuals.

Modern Macramé – Emily Klatz KOEL Magazine - Macrame Books

Modern Macramé – Emily Klatz

Good things take time. World renowned teacher and source of inspiration, Emily Klatz, took four years to create this beautiful book called Modern Macramé. Expect beautiful imagery and over 30 easy to follow tutorials.

The Year of Knots Windy Chien - KOEL Magazine - Macramé Books

The Year of Knots – Windy Chien

It is safe to say fiber Windy Chien almost single-handedly put modern macramé back on the world map.With The Year of Knots, she certainly opened the eyes of the KOEL team to a whole new spectrum of crafting with cords and knots. So we had to know more and interviewed her on her journey and what’s next in KOEL Issue 9.

Macrame 2 Fanny Zedenius KOEL Magazine Macrame Books

Macramé 2 – Fanny Zedenius

After her first publication Macramé, fiber artist Fanny Zedenius is back with Macramé 2. She will teach you 30 new knots and 20 new macramé projects that will take your knotted pieces to the next level.

 

Inspired by these macramé books and can’t wait to start your own macramé project? Have a gander at our macramé patterns.


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