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macrame also: macramé
Pronunciation: /məˈkrɑːmi/

Translation of macrame in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • Example sentences
    • The exhibition featured bobbin lace, patchwork and quilting, cross stitch, canvas work embroidery, macramé, and even miniature furniture.
    • You know something's a trend when the most fashionable street in Islington, north London, opens a knitting shop, whose classes are booked out weeks in advance and whose clientèle is more Miu Miu than macramé.
    • I mean, there are people on LJ who like macramé, for heaven's sake.

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