In efforts to expand my finishing technique repertoire, I have been raiding the New York Public Library for macramé books. You'd be surprised at a.) how few there are and b.) the length of the waiting list to check one out. Jeesh.
In the mean time, I did find this awesome book which will remind you of all the friendship bracelets that you might have made as a child. The other is this finishing book, which has many techniques across several genres (weaving, knitting, crocheting etc) that has also been helpful.
If anyone has any other suggestions, I'm all ears!
In the meantime, I have a bin full of stuff I've woven that I've never finished. Which is terrible since finishing can really make or break your piece. And maybe that's why I'm putting off finishing - since I sometimes can't make a decision and it matters so much!
|Undulating Twill in Alpaca/Silk|
|First row is a simple square knot|
|Then knotted two sections to make a chunkier tassel!|