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Hi all,

I came across this item: http://www.net-a-porter.com/product/180479

And I’d like to know how it was made… It almost looks woven on the underside.

Appreciate the help!


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    Jan 25, 2012, 12.57 PMby jjn

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      Jan 25, 2012, 06.07 PMby katexxxxxx

      I’d probably go about it by making the base layer up out of something loose woven or a mesh and knotting the tassels in like rug-hooking. It’ll take for ever, mind!

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    Jan 25, 2012, 09.57 PMby jjn

    What sort of loose woven do you suggest? Would knitting work?

    Is there a name for this technique? And what sort of yarn was used? Detais say Black acetate-blend, but not sure what else to look for.

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    Jan 26, 2012, 08.19 AMby jjn

    Great idea. Thanks for the help.

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    Jan 29, 2012, 02.26 AMby mickeygirl

    Do you know anyone with a flat bed knitting machine? Fringe can be made very quickly on a knitting machine and it is somewhat “knitted” together at one end. The “fringes” can either be looped or cut at the bottom. http://www.upcraft.it/archives/581

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      Feb 8, 2012, 10.13 PMby jjn

      Actually I have several knitting machines. Great tip. Will try it out.

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    Feb 10, 2012, 03.45 AMby mlssfshn

    It reminded me of free form crochet where yarns are knotted to a flexible mesh fabric. What ever you use make sure the ends will not ravel.

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