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Korean Art of Macrame: Maedeup - Macrame Lovers Blog

Korean Art of Macrame: Maedeup

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In researching a blog post on the “History of Macrame”, I came across this wonderful article in the Korea Times that talks about the ancient Korean art of maedeup, the art of tying knots. For those of you that love these little history bits, enjoy!

Korean Macrame: Maedeup

Macrame and the art of tying knots is something enjoyed by many cultures around the world. It’s fun to learn about how other cultures have developed their own version of macrame, and the types of patterns they have. Plus you can discover new knots, which is always fun.

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Renata Assis October 7, 2011 at 10:23 am

I was surprised with this technique. It is very similar to Japanese kumihimo (marudai). Thank you for the post!

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Tawny June 25, 2011 at 9:47 am

Wow! That’s really cool. I love how she “trained” with 5 different masters. She’s the ninja of maedeup! And she says that it’s an independent textile art. I love that.

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