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Macramé: Quiz

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Question 1: Macramé is believed to have originated with 13th-century ________ weavers.
Palestinian peopleArab peopleIraqSyria

Question 2: Nineteenth-century British and American sailors made ________, bell fringes, and belts and called this pastime square knotting after the knot they used most.
Sleep paralysisBedSleepHammock

Question 3: Jewelry is often made in combination of both the knots and various ________ (glass, wooden, etc.), pendants or shells.
BrassJewelleryPearlBead

Question 4: Sailors made macramé objects at sea and sold or bartered them when they landed, thus spreading the art to places like ________ and the New World.
Province (China)Time in ChinaChinaReligion in China

Question 5: Sometimes 'found' focal points are used for necklaces, such as rings or ________ either wire-wrapped to allow for securing or captured in a net-like array of intertwining overhand knots.
GemstoneGarnetDiamondQuartz

Question 6: Macramé jewelry has become popular among the American neo-hippie and ________ crowd starting in the early 70's.
Alternative rockGrungeNoise rockRiot Grrrl

Question 7: Macramé or macrame is a form of textile-making using knotting rather than weaving or ________.
SewingEmbroideryKnittingSpinning (textiles)

Question 8: It was introduced into ________ at the court of Mary II in the late 17th century.
ScotlandEnglandWalesUnited Kingdom

Question 9: Common materials used in macramé include ________ twine, hemp, leather or yarn.
WoolSilkSpandexCotton







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