Macramé

KOEL Kid: Rachel Dowda

We love hearing stories on how people have engaged in yarn crafting as a means to self-mediate and heal during tough seasons. Likewise for Florida based fiber artist, Rachel Dowda...


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KOEL Kid: Chloe Ehrlich

While gathering inspiration for her next wedding design, Chloe Ehrlich stumbled upon a macramé wedding backdrop and felt an immediate pull towards the craft…

Meet The KOEL Kids: Shian Ellen

Inspired to recreate her great-grandparent’s artworks, Shian Ellen made full use of her time recovering to learn everything she needs to know about macramè…

Add Color to Your Macramé

Here are macramé designs by 5 fiber artists to impel you to create your own pictorial design…

KOEL Kid: Tamar Samplonius

It was a huge leap of faith for macramé maker, Tamar Samplonius, to quit high school to do what is loves, but it was a decision that led her to her destiny…

Knotted Leaves

We picked out some of our favourite knotted leaves we found on Instagram that even green thumbs might say yes to!

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Entryways as first impression

No. 1 What is the most important aspect of your home? For the KOEL team, after much deliberation we concluded in unison that our pick got to be the entryway of our homes. Entering our home abode with...

The Woven Path: Laura Rosado Virues

Inspired by cities she have visited in her younger days, different cultures and memories of her home country, Portland-based fiber artist Laura Rosado Virues's works give us that feeling of goosebumps when we first caught eyes on them.