ReformFibers

DIY Macrame Patterns, Wall Hangings, Plant Hangers

Chino Hills, California | 15582 Sales

ReformFibers

DIY Macrame Patterns, Wall Hangings, Plant Hangers

Chino Hills, California 15582 Sales On Etsy since 2014

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Announcement   Welcome! I offer DIY (Do it yourself) Kits and Patterns as well as ready made pieces and commissions. I support the Creative/Macrame community and you can see my "How to" videos at youtube.com/reformfibers and on Instagram @reformfibers

I aim to create pieces that are timeless and add a special touch to your home.

Buy 4 DIY Macrame Patterns and get one free using Coupon Code: Macrame

Thank you for visiting.

Elsie

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Last updated on Jul 27, 2018

Welcome! I offer DIY (Do it yourself) Kits and Patterns as well as ready made pieces and commissions. I support the Creative/Macrame community and you can see my "How to" videos at youtube.com/reformfibers and on Instagram @reformfibers

I aim to create pieces that are timeless and add a special touch to your home.

Buy 4 DIY Macrame Patterns and get one free using Coupon Code: Macrame

Thank you for visiting.

Elsie

Elsie Goodwin

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About

A Love Affair with Fiber

I started Reform Fibers so that I can share my love of fibers with others.

I began crocheting and knitting 15 years ago and after many years and hours of working with my hands, they were ready for a new medium. I started to weave in early 2015 and then taught myself to Macrame soon after and it has become a healthy obsession.

I lead workshops, have my work hanging in a few retailers and homes and absolutely love working with people and supporting the fiber community.

If you would like to collaborate, or just have a question, please contact me.

To see my work in progress follow me along on instagram, @reformfibers

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  • Elsie Goodwin

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    I am Elsie Goodwin and I am the working hands behind Reform Fibers. I am a fiber artist, wife and mother of two girls. I have a background in the fashion industry, where I spent 15 years working as a buyer in Southern California.

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Last updated on Jul 27, 2018
Frequently asked questions
Can I sell the items that I make from your patterns?

I'm sorry, items made from my patterns, or the patterns themselves, cannot be sold or auctioned. I work hard to differentiate myself in a competitive market and encourage you to create your own unique designs to sell. All of my patterns are copyrighted and are intended for personal home use only. Finished pieces are OK to gift, but never ok to sell. Thanks for your support and honesty and for supporting what I do for the creative community.

I like one of your patterns and would love to purchase the piece already made, can you make one for me?

Definitely, just message me and I can send you pricing.

Where do you purchase your rope?

You can find the rope that I use at knotandrope.com/elsie

What supplies do you suggest for a beginner?

Rolling/Clothing Rack – to work off of
S Hooks – to hang your project from while you work
Scissors
Scotch tape (3/4 inch) – to be applied prior to cutting rope
Small pair or Pliers – to help tuck/weave in loose ends
Rope
Patterns/Ideas

I am a complete beginner, do you think that I will be able to read your patterns and complete a project?

Yes, I have seen many beginners complete them successfully. They work best alongside my YouTube videos at youtube.com/reformfibers

How do I measure out rope for my project? I don’t know how much rope I need, but I want to make a really big piece for my window/wedding/home/friend.

I always advise to work with patterns to familiarize yourself, see what you like about them. How much rope did you need, did you like the size of the rope, could they have been longer, shorter etc. There is no one "fool proof" answer, not one calculation that works every time. The variables that go into deciding on rope length are the size of the rope you're using, the Knot combination you're using and your tension. Every knot takes up a different amount of rope, every size (diameter) of rope will change your outcome and everyone's tension is different. Another option, if working on a piece that will take 48 pieces of rope, cut 8 of them, work your idea of knots & see what overall length that will give you, then dive in and cut the rest.