Level: All
Estimated time: 3 hours

Poetry in Firefly


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Project variation by Kate Richbourg
Sample by Grace Noland

At twilight, tiny flying insects called fireflies light up the night sky with their bioluminescence. Their bright light is intended to attract mates and, like this 4-wrap sample, we think it works. Grace has found the right balance of both color and shine with the ingredients she chose. Based on a design that has been made and remade by so many, Poetry uses one macramé stitch on Micro C-Lon. Wear it long or wrap it around, it’s a multi-strand bracelet or necklace. We also know it makes a fantastic summer anklet!

Follow along the Poetry Handout by clicking on the Download PDF button. This is considered an All Levels Project; it can take a weekend to make. We’re pretty sure you’re going to think it’s worth it…like we do!

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Humble Lotus- Antique Gold
$1.65
Copper Rose - Micro C-Lon
$2.95
6mm- Crystal Copper Rainbow
$3.25
Little Shadows- Bright Brass
$19.95
Knowing One- Gold
$3.25
Triskele Charm- Gold
$1.95
Eye of Protection Charm- Gold
$1.95
Flexible Eye Needles- 10 pack
$4.25
Organza Gift Bag- Amethyst
$1.75
GS Hypo Cement
$5.75
Xuron Thread & Cord Scissor
$19.95
Project Tray Inserts
$10.25
Deep Dish Project Tray
$19.95
Regular Macramé Board by Anne Dilker
$24.95
Handy Tape
$9.25
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Intended to wrap multiple times around your wrist or wear as a long or short necklace, the length of Firefly is 27-1/2 inches. It will wrap four times around a 6-1/2 inch wrist. Whether you space your beads out more with additional knots or you add more beads (you will have more than enough from the ingredients list), you can make this Poetry wrap six times, if you like.

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