Macramé is a form of weaved fabric, which is created by twisting or knotting string and rope. This type of weaving was utilized by Arab tribes in the 13th century to make saddles and reigns for horses and later became known as the Sailor’s Knot. This is because sailors would use this knot to hold the sail, adjust the height of the sail with the mast, as well as crafting ornamental products such as sheaths for knives or covers for bottles.
Over half of Dragon Jewelry products are made with two- or three-string macramé weave, and using this knot, the bracelet can easily be put on and fastened. Additionally, this knot is used in necklaces as well, and it can be used to shorten or lengthen the height of the necklace.