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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...

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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.

The Woven Path: Alejandra Croes

"Step out of your comfort zone because that's where the magic happens!" Inspired by her Caribbean roots and love for the ocean, Alejandra Croes set up her online shop MiniSwells where she sells her beautifully crafted macramé wall hangings.

Spring Time Vibes

We picked out some spring-inspiring crafts we chanced upon online to get you in the mood for the season!

The Woven Path: Cindy Bokser

"If you do what you love, you will never work a day in your life." For 15 years, New Jersey based macramé artist, Cindy Bokser have never quite felt the sense of euphoria from her day job. And so she took a leap of faith and launched Niroma Studio

Meet The KOEL Kids: Susana Cunha

Even though we can never find brightly-colored fall foliage in Singapore where the KOEL HQ is located, we are lucky to get a glimpse of autumn through the macramé works of Susana Cunha (which makes us want to fly over to her part of the word!).

5 Yarn Arts That Speaks Volumes

Well to all the advocates for the phrase "less is more", we believe these yarn art might just as well convert you. Here's 5 yarn art that speaks volumes…