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Knotless Netting
A Textile Stitching Technique That Forms A Mesh Without Any Knots

Two Stitches in Each Mesh

 

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Knotless Netting Stitching Technique
With Multiple Twists
Vary Number of Stitches in Each Mesh To Form Diamond Effect

 

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Knotless Netting Textile Technique
Stitches Worked in a Triangle Pattern

Knotless Netting Story Stone Pendant Free Project

Suzanne Shafer Wilson - Wire Needle Lace Vessels in copper and precious metals

Donna Kallner - This fiber artist, teacher and lecturer from Wisconsin uses the ancient technique of looping or knotless netting that has been used to create bags, baskets, nets, garments and more for over 40,000 years in her work.

Judy Mulford
FiberScene displays a selection of Judy's knotted and looped waxed linen and gourd pieces. This California artist's work reflects heavily on the theme of family. More of Judy's work at browngrotta Gallery.

Maggie Smith
This UK artist uses a variety of barks in this piece with an overlay of willow bark looping.

Do you use your Knotless Netting In Your Work? - log on to the forum and tell us all about it.

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