How to make feather wall art using dip dyed 100% cotton single strand rope. Rope available here
This is the first piece I completed using 1.98mm 100% 3 Strand Cotton Rope. It was so satisfying to work with a smaller gauge rope! I can't wait to explore more possibilities and I'm thrilled to have found a Canadian supplier for high quality natural rope for fibre art. - Alison
Check out this beautiful handmade rope art created for Etsy HQ in New York by artist Manca Ahlin of Mantzalin. Manca created three pieces to cover glass walls using only natural fiber rope, scissors, hammers and nails.
Want to do something creative and bold for your wedding, but on a budget? Why not try making unique and eye-catching rope signs! While the most commonly used material is three-strand cotton rope, you can add a punch of colour by substituting it for three-strand nylon rope. Green Wedding Shoes provides [...]
This is the second in our Customer Spotlight series. We'd like to thank Trish Tacoma, founder of Smoking Lily for taking the time to speak with us about her company. Tell me a little about Smoking Lily. What was the inspiration for starting it? I started Smoking Lily about 20 years [...]
Here's a simple project from Homesthetics.net. Dip a twine wrapped block in paint to create some unique art for your walls.
We work hard to offer our customers high quality, Canadian made rope. That effort pays off when our customers come back to purchase their cord from us again and again. Today, we're excited to introduce a new feature on RopeShop.ca, our first customer spotlight with Montreal based Dot & Lil and [...]