Macramé is a kind of textile made by knotting technique, by hand. The different types of knots give the final pattern. It has Arabic roots, reached Spain through the Moors and spread in Europe in the 14th century. It was really popular in the 1960-70s. Recently, it appeared again in interior design. For example, macramé curtains are good alternatives to the mass-produced string-curtains.

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