Orange & Black: These Must Be School Colors Somewhere.

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I got the Halloween bug late but wanted to finish up making stuff with my orange 2mm macrame cord. I am thinking a school SOMEWHERE out there uses orange and black for their school colors. Maybe they will see these. πŸ˜€

Macrame headband with matching bracelet and earrings.

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This picture showing me working on the headband.

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And here’s my “model” wearing it.

8 comments on “Orange & Black: These Must Be School Colors Somewhere.

  1. Maria says:

    William Patterson University in New Jersey colors are ornge/black;)

  2. Cynthia says:

    Love the indian corn – are you planning a tutorial when you’re more motivated?

    And YES, my old graduating colors were orange and black. Used to be the Grand Rapids Indians, in fact (MN, not MI).

    I like the headband and bracelet.

  3. don_mae says:

    Hi Maria and Cynthia. Thank you both for the info. I knew some school out there had to be using these colors. Only so many in the crayon box. πŸ˜€

    Cynthia, making those ears of corn is SUPER easy. Just follow my tutorial for the crown knot. Check out my candle posts. —> Go to the sidebar. Macrame/Candles. If I ever make the leaves, maybe I’ll post that. Thanks for the question. Appreciate it.

  4. Michelle says:

    Wow beautiful work! I especially love the earrings, how do you make circles like that in macrame?

  5. Lisa says:

    Oregon State University as well.

  6. Rachel Vega says:

    Hi, how did you attach the second end to the scrunchie?

    • don_mae says:

      Hi Rachel.

      I folded the macrame cord over the pony tail holder and carefully hand stitched from the back. Tiny stitches.

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