By far the most email requests I have received over the years is for tutorials that teach how to wrap stones in knotting.
Until recently there weren’t any, but not anymore! I’m going to list them all here right now. If I forget any, please contact me at email@example.com with the information. There are workshops, one on one teaching, video tutorials and books. I’ll list them according to categories.
One on One Teaching
Percy Palomino Tomayquispe teaches via Skype in group classes and one on one mentoring/teaching. It’s a great way to learn. Contact him here via his Facebook page to get started: https://www.facebook.com/InspirarteMacrame
Coming soon is a 5 part Video Tutorial Series showing how to secure stones in knotting by Coco Paniora Salinas. You can sign up to be notified via email when the tutorials are ready for purchase. Word is that there will be more tutorials coming after that to show advanced knotting techniques.
Here you go – http://rumisumaq.com/macrame-tutorials/As
KnotMore.com has a video tutorial that will teach you how to make a knotted bezel around a stone that can then be attached to another object. So if you want to incorporate a fiber bezel stone into your fiber art you can learn how here: http://www.knotmore.com/tutorials.html
fyi – you can also get Dawn from KnotMore to teach a workshop on stone setting by contacting her at KnotMore@KnotMore.Com
Marion Hunziker Larsen, from Marion Jewels in Fiber at http://jewelsinfiber.com/index.html teaches this amazing cabochon setting workshop!
Want to set up a workshop? Contact her here: marion @ jewelsinfiber.com
New book just out from Raquel Cruz from Micro-Macrame and Something Else: http://www.amazon.com/Micro-Macram%C3%A9-Basics-Beyond-Knotted/dp/1627000461
She includes a project that teaches setting stones in fiber.
and while you are checking out Raquel’s book, check out her tutorials as well: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Micro-Macrame-Something-Else-by-Raquel/158779050828550
Joan Babcock has a new book out that teaches more advanced micro-macramé techniques. One of them is a clear tutorial on setting a cabochon in knotting. You can find it here: http://www.joanbabcock.com/Shop/MMJ_2.html
Plus if you have never tried her online classes, dvds or books you must try them. I learned to knot from her book and now there are so many more ways to learn to knot from Joan. They are quality resources – check them out here: http://www.joanbabcock.com/Shop/MMJ.html