July 13, 2013

Micro Macrame Wrap Bracelet Class and Kit Giveaway!

Giveaway kit for Micro Macrame Wrap Bracelet eClass by Sherri Stokey

Just in case you didn't hear me shouting it from the rooftops, I've got a new eClass available for micro macrame and I'm very excited about it!  So exited, in fact, that I'm going to give away a class and a kit to go along with it to one lucky winner.  

My class is called Micro Macrame Wrap Bracelet and it's available on CraftArtEdu.com.  If you aren't familiar with CraftArtEdu.com, let me give you the skinny.  Their goal is to make learning about your favorite medium more accessible and convenient than ever.  Their classes have step-by-step instructions and are presented by world-renowned craft and fine art instructors.  The classes are all the time, at your convenience.  Once you purchase a class, you can view it as many times as you want, for as long as you want.  AND your satisfaction is guaranteed.  If you're not happy, they will refund your money.  That's their promise.  Sounds like a fantastic site, doesn't it!  They have over 400 classes there - something for all levels and interests.  I'm honestly flattered that they wanted to add my micro macrame to their curriculum.

I've got two classes available right now.  The first is Micro Macrame 101 and it's free.  In it, I've covered  the basics about micro macrame and the tools and materials you need.  The Micro Macrame Wrap class follows after that and is geared for beginners.  I will teach you how to make five of the most common macrame knots, while making a fun wrap bracelet.  This class is meant to get you acquainted with knotting and working with cord.  The next step will be a class I hope to have available next week that will take you further into micro macrame, using finer cord and more knots.  

But let's get back to the giveaway, shall we?  I'm giving one lucky person access to my wrap class for free AND everything needed to make a wrap bracelet similar to this:  

Image of Micro Macrame Wrap Bracelet from CraftArtEdu class

The kit I'm giving away includes everything in the first photo of this post.  I've included 14 foot lengths of Tex 400 cord in teal and a sandy beige, wood beads, a Bollywood bead, rolled paper, seed beads, dichroic glass beads AND some artist beads.  There's a great lampwork piece by Mitosis glass and a polymer class turtle bead by Ke Robinson:

Artist beads

And the toggle clasp is fun, too.  It's a silver starfish toggle with crystal accents.

Starfish toggle clasp

These pieces should make a great bracelet.  So how do you win?  Use the rafflecopter widget below to enter.  Then check back here on Thursday, July 18th to see if you won!

Giveaway kit for Micro Macrame Wrap Bracelet eClass by Sherri Stokey
a Rafflecopter giveaway


161 comments:

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    1. Oops! I'd love to see an earrings class.

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  2. I really like the idea to learn something new =D

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  3. What a fantastic giveaway, I am watching your video as I am writing this.
    I'd love to see a class for a wide cuff or choker, I cannot wait to try this out :-)

    Thank you,
    DESPINA
    deb_oro@yahoo.gr

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  4. Any beginner type class would be awesome!

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  5. Omg this would be so neat to get!! Im just learning how to do all this :)

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  6. Such a cute bracelet...would love to win:>)

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  7. I would also love to see an earring class!

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  8. A class with more rows/styles...

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  9. This would be great because I don't know how to make this type of jewelry. I typically work with wire and chain.

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  10. oooh I would love to make this...the clasp is to die for!!!!! love the colors of the sea too

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  11. love your work and your choice of beads and colors

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  12. I have to admit that the term "macramé" conjures my mom's beige twiney planters from the 70s. I don't think this is my mother's macramé - LOL! I am intrigued.I am partial to wide cuff bracelets.

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  13. I'd love to learn more about macrame. I know basic knots for hempwork and would like to expand.

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  14. I'd love to see a micro macrame class for earrings. Thank you for the chance.
    acbeads@gmail.com

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  15. I would love to know how to use micro macrame to create a bracelet that goes over the back of the hand and loops over the middle finger, sort of like a fingerless glove.

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  16. I would love to learn this technique so any beginner project would be ok with me. Thanks for the chance to win!! That bracelet is gorgeous!!

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  17. Any chocker or necklace class would be great I hope I win my turn

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  18. Macrame fan pattern with beads or a macrame owl pendant.

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  19. It's really cute. I would like to learn to make this. I'm new and I'm trying to learn everything. I'm so exciting and thanks for share it.

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  20. I love your work and the classes sound super exciting!

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  21. Sherri, what a beautiful giveaway! The beads, the correct cord, the course. Wow! Very generous! Thank you :)

    love,
    Rita

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  22. Oh, and I'd like to learn how to create macrame earrings!

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  23. I would love to see an earring tutorial in the future. :)

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  24. I checked out your class and love it. Would love to win. You are very kind to give away all of this. Sweet!

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  25. Would love to win this! I actually have this clasp already, and would love to make a bracelet and necklace using both. I guess that means I need a necklace tutorial then!

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  26. That is really a nice bracelets! Can't wait to learn how to make it! :)

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  27. I would love to see anything, Love it all!!

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  28. I would love to win this kit and instructions1

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  29. I would love to win!! I have been wanting to try some of your tutorials

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  30. I love any kind of macrame...I would luv luv luv to win this kit!

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  31. I have always wanted to try micro macrame! Off to check out the free class and ogle the beautiful colors above....thanks

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  32. Id love to win. While I already know the basics, I'd love to have the kit and learn to make a wrap bracelet. Thx

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  33. can you do dragons adn seahorses??

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  34. oooh I have always wanted to give this a try! :)

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  35. I admit it..I know nothing about macrame...so little I cant even say what I would like to learn..but I know that I would love to make earrings like the pair you sent me! <3 pick me rafflecopter...pick me..lol!

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  36. I would LOVE to take your classes .... BUT ....that site only uses Flash to play the videos and my sysadmin will NOT allow Flash on our computers - because of the extreme security risks. (sigh) So, no can do unless they use something more generic and safer than Flash.

    Linda

    PS Love your work!!

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  37. I'm trying to do macrame, but finding that the knots are not intuitive. Photo instructions aren't doing it for me. A video class would be great!

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  38. I would love to learn how to do this with such a beautiful kit!!!

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  39. I would love to learn this technique and own such a lovely bracelet!

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  40. How awesome! I want to learn this! :-D

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  41. Well, you know what a fan I am of yours, so I'm absolutely putting my name in! Thanks dear!

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  42. OOoooooo someone's gonna get lucky!!!! I'm already lucky!! I'm over the moon!!! :D I can't wait to see what this turns into as a bracelet- and honestly, I can't wait to do my own review, because your tutorial just rocks.

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  43. Love the idea of micro macrame! Any class with new knots would be great!

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  44. I'd like to see a belt tutorial.

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  45. Hi Sherri...you know, I'm your admirer... :D
    I really love your amaziiing micro macrame work..! :D
    Last month I plan to learn jewelry with cord...
    And I excited with your giveaway...
    I would love to win this..! :)
    And I'd like to learn how to create watch macrame bracelet in your etsy profile pic..! :)

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  46. I love all of your pieces and have recently ordered two of your kits along with the corresponding tutorials...easy to follow, and I have never done this before, so I do have to say I would love any tutorial....love your work.....thanks!

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  47. I love everything I've seen and the color choices you've made. Any beginner/intermediate type classes would be great. I'm partial to bracelets! Thanks for offering the giveaway! I particularly LOVE these colors!!

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  48. As a beginner I loved your blog on cords at the end of May. I made a copy to keep handy until I'm more familiar with them all.
    Thank you. :)

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  49. As a beginner I loved your blog on cords at the end of May. I made a copy to keep handy until I'm more familiar with them all.
    Thank you. :)

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  50. I would love to win this class. In the past, I did macrame and would love to "relearn" it on a smaller scale.

    I'd like to see a class on an anklet or slave bracelet.

    KatieE
    thebearwoman2004@yahoo.com

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  51. Oh my goodness! I've been DYING to learn this!

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  52. Always love a chance to learn something new. How about micro-macrame to create a focal piece or something to work with my lampwork beads.
    And my bio would just about duplicate yours except I don't like to cook much but love to sew.

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  53. Something to compliment my polymer clay focals. (I'd leave exactly *what* up to you! LOL!)

    <3,
    Andrea
    zenithjade@yahoo.com

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  54. The bracelet looks beautiful, the colors and beads and toggles!

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  55. I would love to see the simple bracelet first, more like your dragon style

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  56. I really enjoy your blog and projects. I have pinned many of your projects and they have been re pinned. I love your bracelets and would love to see more necklaces as projects. Congrats on being on CraftsArtEdu!

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  57. I am always amazed at your work and am excited about the giveaway, my colors and beachy theme for me who lives near the ocean.
    Janeen Burlingame

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  58. Beautiful Sherri! I would love to win! Your blog is great and yes, CraftArtEdu.com
    is wonderful!

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  59. I would love to see a tutorial for a wide cuff or earrings. Everything you do is just beautiful!! Thank you! anglanouette(at)gmail(dot)com

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  60. Looks like a gorgeous kit, would love a chance to win. I'd like a tutorial for some beaded macrame earrings.

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  61. I so want to learn how to do this! I don't know much about micro macramé so I can't suggest a class, but I will eagerly take any you have to offer! Pretty please count me in for this amazing giveaway! Thanks!

    Angi Mullis dj2isme@aol.com

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  62. Thanks for sharing I have never heard of craftartedu before and will be sure to check it out!

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  63. I tried the knots before but was not very successful. I would love to win the class and give it another go!

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  64. I'd love to win! I'd like to see a tutorial for micro macrame earrings.
    Alenka

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  65. I'd love to win a tutorial from you! I love knots and anything with new knots, specially for earrings, would be great :)
    Kitty

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  66. Beautiful colors, I'd love to win them! I love your work :)
    Shared on my Facebook page!

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  67. I've just started knotting and I'm hooked! This would be a great way to continue leaning and improving my techniques.
    Thanks for the opportunity!
    Jana

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    1. And I'd love to see tutorials for earrings or wide cuffs. I'd also be interested in tutorials that incorporate undrilled stones (also cabochons without a notch cut into the side)
      Thanks so much for playing, the Project looks wonderful, and the cord you're adding in is almost impossible to find in Spain. It comes highly recommended.
      Jana (las joyas de Jana

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  68. Beautiful giveaway! I want to participate :-)
    I like your works.
    I'd like to see your micro macrame necklace class.

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  69. Oh that's such a wonderful giveaway... I'm in...

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  70. Love this giveaway crossing my fingers!

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  71. Love those colors--and all your work. A kit would make me finally get off my kaboodle and just try the knots. Thanks for the chance. I'd be happy to try all kinds of bracelets.

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  72. In the 70s I had a "shop" (craft shows etc) called The Knotty Lady. Each week I'd go to one craft show, or another. I loved macrame. Since the demise of that shop, I haven't finished many projects and would love to get back into the flow. Your pieces are breathtaking. Thank you for inspiring me.

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  73. I don't know what it is called but I would love to see the necklace with all the separate strings of knots and beads. Fingers-crossed, toes-crossed, eyes-crossed, hoping to win.

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  74. Earrings would be nice, but what about a freeform class?

    Thanks

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  75. I would love a class on how to make your unique fan/wave macrame bracelet or a class on making a macrame or soutache focal pendant.

    I love all your work and have bought several pieces from etsy.com. They always inspire me to continue improving my macrame skills

    Natalie xx

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  76. this looks like it would be alot of fun to learn how to do :)

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  77. I would love to make some macramé earrings..this wrap would be fun to try, too

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  78. I would love to learn macrame. I love your pieces.

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  79. Your work is beautiful. I would love to win.
    Sonya

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  80. I had to enter this contest, since the bracelet I won from you on Artisan Whimsey is one of my all-time favorites! I would love tutorials for some diamonds or other pattern! :)

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  81. I'd like a class on how to make one of the fancier wide bracelets.
    Eugenie

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  82. Sheri, your new eClasses look fantastic - what an opportunity to learn from the pro! I would definitely love to kick up my macrame skills from the very basic. Thank you for this opportunity!

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  83. Love this kit! Can't wait to check out your macramé classes. I have been wanting to delve into micro-macramé - here's my chance. Thank you!

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  84. Oh I so hope I win this everything about it is awesome!

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  85. Great giveaway :) As for your question, I don't know anything about macrame, so I think the way you're doing it, covering basics, then the next level, and so, is perfect :) Just looking forward to seeing more :)

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  86. Awesome giveaway! I would love to learn how to make this bracelet, and the colors you selected are stunning.

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  87. I haven't learned how to do any micro-macrame, yet, but your bracelet looks AMAZING and would be fun to learn how to do!! All of the components for the bracelet are gorgeous (I love all things turquoise!)! Thanks for the chance!!

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  88. Wow, what an opportunity! This would be the perfect thing I need to relax after working on Dad's estate all summer. I miss jewelry making this summer. Wow, please pick me!!!! (I'm never too proud to beg.)

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  89. I am really hoping I win this, I really want to learn how to do this. We are always trying to expand the mediums that we use for our designs and this would be great to add. Thanks so much for the opportunity!

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  90. I didn't know that one could make Macrame jewelry. I only thought flower pot holders. THis is interesting.

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  91. Thank you, Sherri, for this great give-away....I did macrame waaay back in the early 70s, plant hangers and belts galore! Seeing it back "in" as jewelry is quite wonderful!

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  92. i am your follower by mail,many thanks for all your interestings posts on your blog..i hope i will learn how to do macramè soon!!

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  93. Would love to learn this and what better place to start. Always wanted to have a go at macrame jewellery but never got my act together with it. I made a macrame plant pot holder in school many moons ago and really enjoyed it, so think its time I gave this art another go with jewellery.

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  94. I would like macrame earrings or macrame techniques that allows to include beads (wrapping around). Thanks for the chance to win and yes, I also want to yell: "Me, me, me!" ;)

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  95. I would love to start learning macrame. I would probably use it most for some wrap bracelets. Anyway good luck to all

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  96. I have been admiring your work and would love to learn to make beautiful jewelry like yours. I would love to see more basics to get me started.

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  97. hi Sherri,
    been a fan for a while now! I would love Love LOVE, to take one of your classes.
    I learned and did lots of macrame in 4H, but i wasnt very happy with it becuz it was so 'chunky'. i love how delicate your patterns are, so you will be seeing my name in the class role soon. love the beads and all u picked for the tutorial!
    See u soon
    Krutschable
    Ps. anything u do is great for a tut. :D

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  98. I would love to learn how to make beautiful jewelry like yours. Thanks for the chance to win a class.
    ~Ema (http://www.emakdesigns.com)

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  99. that bracelet is divine!! i'm a huge fan of your work! :)

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  100. I can't think of a single person that wouldn't love your kit!

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  101. I thought I got signed up for the this but am not sure.. Will try again!! ;)

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  102. love the kit - fingers crossed lol ;)

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  103. Great giveaway in here, I am sharing this awesomeness all around the web!

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  104. what a lovely opportunity!! love your work

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  105. You do beautiful work.......................I'm dying to try this.

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  106. These are my favorite colors. Would love to win!

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  107. I would love to learn micro macrame...I took a class at the local bead shop a few years ago but never finished the bracelet...and of course, totally forgot everything by now..I love the look and want to be able to finish my bracelet!

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  108. I would love to learn, too, you have amazing bracelets. I'd love to learn the one you have on your banner! THanks so much for the chance to win!

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  109. I remember doing macrame in the 70s. Glad to see it's back.

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  110. Oooo - pick me, pick me! I LOVE you, your blog, your work - EVERYTHING you do! Seriously, I would love to win and learn. Thanks for everything you share with us.

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  111. Love your micromacrame and would love to learn how. This is the perfect opportunity. Thank you.

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  112. Many, many years ago I did macrame to hold plant pots. Your site and lovely work are inspiring. I'm thinking of trying your micomacrame and thank you for a chance to win the items and class. Everyone have great day.

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  113. Many, many years ago I did macrame to hold plant pots. Your site and lovely work are inspiring. I'm thinking of trying your micomacrame and thank you for a chance to win the items and class. Everyone have great day.

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  114. Wow, going to have to start macramé up once again, love your designs !!

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  115. would love to win. i would even be happy with just a kit :)

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  116. I'd love to win - I've tried it before but I'd had trouble with the knots. Hopefully the video would help get me over the hump. As far as another class, I'd like to learn how to make something wider with more rows of beads.

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  117. This would be a great win! I love your work!

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  118. Gonna try this again - not enough caffeine yet. Lovely bracelet to gift and very nice of you. Did attempt tweet and pinterest - hopefully done correctly. Would like to see a class on fobs. thanks
    ~cryssT

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  119. I would be happy to see anything you do. Your work is so lovely.

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  120. I would love to win this! I am having trouble learning micro macrame by myself! Thank you for being so generous Sherry!

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  121. I would love to see a class with your trademark dragon bracelet or at least that style. And perhaps one on necklaces.

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  122. I'd like to see a bracelet that's all done in pinks!

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  123. I'm new to this blog, but was just looking at some micro macramé bracelets and thought I would love to learn this. Thanks so much!

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  124. Love macrame - used to do it years ago but not in jewelry. Would love to learn about micro macrame in any style or type of jewelry. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  125. Macrame is entirely new to me, so any techniques incorporating beads are greatly appreciated! Thanks so much!!!

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  126. loving the mix of this bracelet. Thanks for the chance to win xHx

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  127. A class on the different ways to end and close macreme would be great!

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  128. A wide cuff bracelet would definitely be fun - you make beautiful bracelets!

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  129. Oh how exciting! I would love to win. I know most of the basics of macrame, but would love to fine tune my techniques with a wrap bracelet or a cuff bracelet! :)

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  130. id love to learn to make shapes like stars, hearts. maybe a seahorse or starfish?

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  131. I would love to win too as your tutorial is very detailed and easy for a beginner too.
    My chances would be bleak living in India

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  132. I would love to win this. I would like to see more clasp / closure options for finishing a cuff. Also ways on how to bezel stones.

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  133. Classes on how to make that cool weave, knotwork...don't know what to call it, but the one that looks like a spiral staircase ~ that would be awesome.....
    Or one to make the amazing dragon bracelets...heeheehee <3 you bunches, Sherri!!!

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  134. What a great opportunity to win one of your kits!

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  135. What a generous giveaway! I would love to win this as I would love to try this technique. Best wishes to you!

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  136. I could so learn to do this. It seems like I'm the knot queen when working with beads. I love the flag bracelet you posted for the 4th of July, that's just cool.

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  137. I'm not sure what kind of class I would like to see. I haven't yet tried this craft, but it's next on my list.

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  138. I would like to see progressive classes, starting with beginners and then up to advanced. Thank you for this opportunity!

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  139. I'd LOVE to try this out- my macrame skills are very basic!

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  140. I used to macrame with my mom years ago. A refresher course would be helpful but I am a pretty fast learner, advanced classes would be the way to go for me.I love this style and would LOVE to win this and try it out.

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  141. I am just getting back into macramé! Would love to see an earring tutorial

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  142. Would love to see more easy projects for micro-macrame beginners!

    ~Cathy Selway

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  143. What a beautiful color combination! I would love to win this!!!!!

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  144. Well, I am not all surprised there are so many comments. What a fabulous prize!

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  145. I love your work so much and am a big fan. I would love to learn how to make one of your amazing bracelets and to win the above kit.

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  146. I love your work so much and am a big fan. I would love to learn how to make one of your amazing bracelets and to win the above kit.

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  147. Ooh. I see how this works - sorry. Would love to see an earrings class!

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  148. Oh I Wish. I'd love to be able to take several different classes!

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  149. I SO want this...I have ordered several of your pieces, and love them all!

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  150. Looks yummy!! I entered! :)

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  151. Wow!, I don't know if you'll ever read this or not (you have so many comments), but I am your newest follower and fan. I was a macrame making hippie girl, back in the 1970's, but girlfriend you have taken this art to an amazing new level. Your work is incredible. This might just be the place to shop for my daughter's birthday. She loves unique and artsy jewelry. For that matter, so do I and my birthday is before her's, LOL. I am excited to have found your enchanting blog.
    Your newest blogging sister, Connie :)

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    1. Yep, I read all the comments! And thank you :)

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