Macrame Why Knot Morris 1976 Time to get groovy with some macrame wall hangings and other crafty stuff. My personal favorite is the lampshade, however the wine “rack” comes in at a close second. Just about everyone I knew back
Crafts for Fun and Profit Van Zandt 1972 This series is called Women Alive. We already posted the book that helps you figure out your man. After you figure out your man, you can sit down and make some lovely
Macrame Open House Anderson 1979 My new collection responsibilities include crafting, so naturally I am running into tons of titles featuring some of this lovely crap, I mean stuff. Macrame books have been a staple at ALB and this book
Macrame Alfers 1971 We haven’t had a macrame book show up in a while here at the ALB home offices. When this showed up, I grabbed it. Macrame was such a thing in the late 60s and early 70s. I
Great and Groovy Things to Make Morris 1972 If this is still floating around someone’s teen section, I will probably have to kill myself. Teens in 1972 are today’s GRANDPARENTS. Of course, this craptastic book has macrame and tie dye!
Macrame: A Golden Hands Pattern Book Popplewell (ed.) 1974 Just when Holly and I think we have seen every macrame book out there, yet another will turn up. Of course I couldn’t resist especially with that rockin’ vest on the
Practical Macrame Andes 1971 Submitter: I work in a public library, and I have to say that I’d never heard of macrame prior to retrieving this book for a patron. I asked my mother, who graduated from college in the late
Plant Hangers: Ideas and Techniques Meilach 1977 Submitter: Yes, really. I just pulled this a few minutes ago from a satelite library that is in my school. Much like the library that I inherited, it hasn’t been weeded in 38