I was introduced to Macramé over 40 years ago when I started making plant hangers with jute rope in high school. Over the past two years, I've decided to start doing Macramé and started out making plant hangers and dreamcatcher. While searching on YouTube for some tutorials, I ran across micro macramé  and the person was making earrings. I thought they were so cute; and I wanted to make them. I looked up their tutorial which wasn't in English; and it took me two weeks to learn how to make a pair of earrings. I fell in love with my end product. I decided to purchase some books and look at more jewelry tutorials. It was a long training process for me, but I feel that I'm good at it now. There is still a lot to learn, but I have plenty of time for that. I can now make keychains, earrings, bracelets, necklaces, and hairpins and rings.

I also have an established business making customized shirts, mugs, table cloths and other sublimated items. Doing business as Knots my thing by Kathleen has taken me on a different journey. A journey where I can, not only make jewelry, but also make wall décor such as owls, dreamcatchers and wall hangings. I'm have indoctrinated 

In the MS craftsmen's guild and  I'll have a booth at the Chimeyville craft show.

I love interacting with people in the community and look forward to presenting my work in the craft center.

 Thanks for your interest in my work. I look forward to hearing from you.


Love displaying my Jewelry with my Daughter and Granddaughter

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This piece is a black onyx choker




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