During visits to India I admired jewllery made by other travellers using knots and stones, they would often make and sell their jewllery on the beach. When I came across a Tibetan refugee woman in MacLeod Ganj who taught this jewellery making I jumped at the chance of learning something new. I didn't realise at the time that what I was learning was actually called micro-macramé, macramé being the art of knot tying. My experience of macramé as a child was large owls and plant pot holders made with coarse twines but this was much more delicate.
So home I came with a pocket full of stones and I haven't stopped tying knots around them since. My skill is developing everyday and the more I learn the more I realise there is to learn!
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