October 4, 2014

Fall Daisies

Micro Macrame cord and bail by Sherri Stokey with Humblebeads pendant.

Daisies have always been one of my favorite flowers - soft and pretty without being overly showy.  When I saw this pendant by Heather Powers of Humblebeads, I was definitely smitten.  Not only is it a daisy, but it's done in my favorite colors of teal and olive green with a dash of mustard yellow.  I've been on a kick lately with knotting half knot sinnets in several colors of cord to make a braid that looks a lot like kumihimo, so I pulled cord to match the pendant.

Micro macrame cord and polymer pendant.  Knotting by Sherri Stokey

I knotted it together into a spiraling micro macrame cord.

Micro macrame cord knotted by Sherri Stokey of Knot Just Macrame.

Then I decided it needed a little something special, so I knotted a matching bail to suspend the pendant.

Knotted micro macrame necklace with daisy pendant in teal and mustard.

I was having such a good time playing with these colors that I made a couple pair of earrings, too!

Micro macrame earrings by Knot Just Macrame.

Aren't these great colors for autumn?

Macrame necklace by Sherri Stokey of Knot Just Macrame.


  1. Using half knot sennits instead of kumihimo is a great idea! I have been unhappy with the unavailability of a kumihimo disk where I stay, so I'm definitely gonna give this a try -- it looks real good.

    The colors look fabulous on the earrings!

  2. Thank you so much for adding the Video Knot Tutorials, this is great. I remember one day going all the way back through your blog looking for one to refresh myself. I love this necklace. The cords are perfectly matched and the earrings just set it off. I understand half knots but how do you get the softer flow to the knot. Love daisies, painted them for years and have a flower bed of daisies.


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