August 18, 2015

Learn Micro Macrame with Me - For Free!

Micro macrame supplies.

In case you haven't heard, I'm hosting the world's first KnotAlong starting this Friday, August 21, 2015.  I'm going to be demonstrating how to make several macrame knots that I use in my jewelry pieces, including Larks Head, Double Half Hitch and Square Knots.  In the process of learning those knots, I'm going to teach you how to make this micro macrame pendant:

Micro macrame pendant for the KnotAlong class by Sherri Stokey.

Sounds like fun, right?!  And the best part?  It's free!  That's right - I'm not charging a thing for the class.  Okay, there might be a cost if you need to buy some of the materials involved, but there aren't too many.  If you haven't gathered them up yet, you can find the list here, along with a little video showing all of them and some sources.  You might have most of the thing you need laying around if you dabble in DIY.  Or maybe you can borrow them from Great Aunt Martha if she belongs to the sewing club down at the Senior Center (what?  could happen!).

I'll be putting the video up on Friday morning.  It's finished and ready to go and I'm telling you, it's really detailed! I will show you every single step from cutting the cord to adding a dab of glue at the very end.  I demonstrate every knot - more than once!  You'll be able to pause it and go back if you need to see something again.  You'll even be able to refer back to it later if you get stuck on your next project.

I've created a Facebook event page where we can interact, too.  You can post photos if you really muck something up and need help.  Or you can ask questions if you're too embarrassed to post a picture.  Either way, I'll be there to help out.

Are you ready?


  1. This is going to be so good - thanks Sherri!

  2. This is going to be fun...I can't wait. Thank you!

  3. Wow... what a great tutorial! I learned so much from it, including how to properly utilize the macrame board I'm going to buy right away after seeing this. I not only learned how to make the pictured pendant, but ideas for other projects with the knots shown came flooding into my head as well. I plan to watch this tutorial again and again.


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