Barb Mizik of Leawood created a macramé wall hanging that incorporated a tree branch at a recent workshop taught by Hallmark photo stylist and macramé veteran Andy Newcom. Macramé, a craft staple of the 1970s, is trendy again, but this time around using updated materials that make it “cleaner, more graphic and simpler,” Newcom says.
Barb Mizik of Leawood created a macramé wall hanging that incorporated a tree branch at a recent workshop taught by Hallmark photo stylist and macramé veteran Andy Newcom. Macramé, a craft staple of the 1970s, is trendy again, but this time around using updated materials that make it “cleaner, more graphic and simpler,” Newcom says. Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com
Barb Mizik of Leawood created a macramé wall hanging that incorporated a tree branch at a recent workshop taught by Hallmark photo stylist and macramé veteran Andy Newcom. Macramé, a craft staple of the 1970s, is trendy again, but this time around using updated materials that make it “cleaner, more graphic and simpler,” Newcom says. Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com

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