If you’re in the mood to explore the rich and wonderful world of fiber art, Niroma Studio should be the first stop on your journey. Cindy Hwang Bokser started this project in an attempt to share her macramé art with the world, but it has since grown into a community of fiber art lovers.
Bokser started Niroma Studio in 2015, frustrated by the lack of macramé rope options available on the market. She joined forces with manufacturers in an attempt to create macramé string and rope she could use in her work and share with other fiber art lovers struggling to find good resources.
After selling her hand-woven tapestries and macramé art through Niroma Studio, Bokser wanted to help other macramé artists, weavers, and fiber arts enthusiasts do the same. As her business evolved, her offer went on to include a line of fibers, original looms, fiber art accessories, and tools.
Niroma Studio is now more than a business—it’s the safe haven of the fiber art community. In addition to selling quality supplies, they offer macramé tutorials, workshops, and a podcast to everyone interested in this art form. Their Instagram page is also an amazing promotional tool, and it’s constantly showcasing amazing creations from fiber artists from all around the world.