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Lovely macramé curtain handmade in cotton

Lovely macramé curtain handmade in cotton

The macramé not only has not gone out of fashion, but is back. Bring this retro fashion to your home with this handmade macramé curtain.
The art of making fabrics using decorative knots is not something new. It is an art so old, that its true origin is unknown. What we do know is that 3000 years ago the Persians and Assyrians had a great mastery in this type of tissues.

Brought by the Arabs to Europe during the Middle Ages, macramé was very popular during the 19th century, specifically during the Victorian era. But he has not died! Fortunately the macramé has had a great resurgence in recent times and it is something that I love.

Because I like it so much? Few things add as much texture and warmth to a room as a macramé curtain.

A handmade macramé curtain
I found this beautiful macramé curtain made of cotton while I was looking for materials to make one for myself. And I loved it. I asked for one and when I arrived the only thing I regretted was not having asked for another immediately to take advantage of the shipment.

They are made of natural cotton by La Capsa de Pandora, in the village of La Tallada, in Gerona, Catalonia. They ship throughout Spain and although they are made to order, they make them and send them very fast.

Various colors and combinations to choose from
The curtains measure 80 cm wide and 200 cm long. The manufacturer can make them in a single color or by combining several colors.

Speaking of colors, they have cotton rope in 11 different colors, which you can consult in the publication. You can use it to separate several rooms from your home, or even as a decorative element on the wall.

Speaking of macramé, look at this recycled flower pot hanger that will surely impress you.

Lovely macramé curtain handmade in cotton

The macramé not only has not gone out of fashion, but is back. Bring this retro fashion to your home with this handmade macramé curtain.
The art of making fabrics using decorative knots is not something new. It is an art so old, that its true origin is unknown. What we do know is that 3000 years ago the Persians and Assyrians had a great mastery in this type of tissues.

Brought by the Arabs to Europe during the Middle Ages, macramé was very popular during the 19th century, specifically during the Victorian era. But he has not died! Fortunately the macramé has had a great resurgence in recent times and it is something that I love.

Because I like it so much? Few things add as much texture and warmth to a room as a macramé curtain.

A handmade macramé curtain
I found this beautiful macramé curtain made of cotton while I was looking for materials to make one for myself. And I loved it. I asked for one and when I arrived the only thing I regretted was not having asked for another immediately to take advantage of the shipment.

They are made of natural cotton by La Capsa de Pandora, in the village of La Tallada, in Gerona, Catalonia. They ship throughout Spain and although they are made to order, they make them and send them very fast.

Various colors and combinations to choose from
The curtains measure 80 cm wide and 200 cm long. The manufacturer can make them in a single color or by combining several colors.

Speaking of colors, they have cotton rope in 11 different colors, which you can consult in the publication. You can use it to separate several rooms from your home, or even as a decorative element on the wall.

Speaking of macramé, look at this recycled flower pot hanger that will surely impress you.

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