Handy Traditional Japanese carrier is just the right size. There is a core rope to give shape and support to the bag.
Macramé is an ancient weaving method. Without any knitting tools, it can be made into patterns and works by repeating various "knot" patterns with both hands. As each piece is handmade, small differences may occur.
Macramé originated from Arabic in the 13th century – "migramah" means weaver. At that time, it referred to the decorative fabric worn by camels and horses.
Afterwards, it spread to France and the whole of Europe, and was introduced to England in the late 17th century. It became very popular in the Victorian period and was mostly used for home decorations.
Now with the rise of bohemian style, Macramé has begun to rise again, and Macramé can be seen again in many windows and contemporary home furnishings