MAKING OF BARISH

Joy of macramé

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Joy of macramé

Originating around the 18th century, Macramé art has made its comeback in the mainstream in the past few years. This intricate art form finds its roots in medieval Europe. The name Macrame has a French origin which means knots. Made from cotton, linen, leather, and yarn, the Macramés can be molded to create blankets, carpets, wall hangings, pot holders, and even hammocks. Usually, white and pastel shades are used for Macramé art creations which gives them a classic yet contemporary vibe. Intricate, intriguing, yet comforting in every way, this art is elegant and chic.   Woven without needles, the Macramé art...

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How did BARISH happen to be.

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How did we start BARISH.

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