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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, July 19, 1972

Page Ten THE MICHiGAN DAILY Wednesday, July 19, 1972

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Learn to weave or macrame
ponchos, scarves at the fair

By JAN BENEDETTI
Scarves, ponchos, stoles, purs-
es, wide belts, narrow belts.
wall hangings, necklaces, pil-
lows, place mats ...
All \hese items and more can
be found in the weaving, ma-
crame and leather booths at the
Ann Arbor Street Art Fair.
Fifteen booths will display hand-
woven items for sale. There will
be five booths offering macrame
items and one featuring leather
goods.
Jane Hawkins and Joyce Jones
will give the only planned de-
monstrations of the arts of hand-
weaving and macrame at their
booth.
Jones, a participant in t h e
fair since its beginning 13 years
agd, teaches weaving at the
YMCA and the adult education
division of the city public schools.
Pleased with the recent up-
surge of interest in weaving ard

macrame, Jones says, "People
in the fair today are better
craftsmen. We have educated the
public as to the fact t h a t hand-
weaving is an art.
She encourages all interested
persons to take the time to learn
the ancient arts of weaving and
macrame.
"Both are easy to learn,
though macrame can be done
with less equipment," she says.
Weaving requires a loom, while
macrame, the art of creative
knot-tying. can be done with a
soft board for anchoring te ma-
terial.
The novice need learn enly a
few rudimentary maneuvers to
master either art. Macrame, in
fact, uses only two kinds of
knots.
After learning the basics, the
range of possible variations in
color, style, and type of i t e in
desired is almost endless.

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