Mystic Knotwork Nautical Decorations

Nautical Decorations Knots for Weddings Home Decoration and fun

Mystic Knotwork Nautical Decorations

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Mystic Knotwork An American Tradition since 1957, re imagined by a new generation

The inspiration behind Mystic Knotwork is part family heritage and part creativity.

The family heritage started with Matt’s grandfather Alton Beaudoin, Alton learned his craft from the retired officers at the Seaman’s Institute back in the 1930′s while he was working as a Merchant Marine running cargo from Hudson Bay to Argentina.  These old salts used their unique ‘charms’ by demanding perfection of the young Alton.  That same commitment to perfection was also instilled in his sons and grandchildren.  From that family heritage, the inspiration began.  Matt has been tying knots for as long as he could remember.

The creative spark really came from his wife, Jill.  Jill brought a sensibility for color and the realization that the nautical knots that adorn all the Beaudoin family houses could be re imagined as accents for social events, home decoration, and especially fashion accessories.  Jill took Matt’s simple white sailor bracelet that the family has been making for over 50 years and injected the need to use color!  Now available in the Federalist style colors as well as accented in satin, the iconinc New England bracelet has been turned from the rustic sign of the sea lover into a true fashion accessory.

Matt and Jill of Mystic Knotwork continue to respect their heritage and environment by only buying American grown cotton made into cord only in American mills.  They are careful to ensure the materials they use match their demand for quality.

Stop by Mystic Knotwork and enjoy their American Made knotwork accessories

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Mystic Knotwork American Tradition since 1957, re imagined by a new generation

Mystic Knotwork is inspired by heritage combined with creativity.

The family heritage started with Matt’s grandfather Alton Beaudoin, Alton learned his craft from the retired officers at the Seaman’s Institute back in the 1930′s while working as a Merchant Marine running cargo from Hudson Bay to Argentina.  These old salts used their unique ‘charms’ by demanding perfection of the young Alton.  That same commitment to perfection was also instilled in his sons and grandchildren.  That created the spark.  Matt has been tying knots for as long as he can remember.

Jill was inspired by color and the realization that the nautical knots would pop as accessories with the use of color.  Now available in the Federalist style colors as well as accented in satin, the iconinc New England bracelet has been turned from the rustic sign of the sea lover into a true fashion accessory. She also shared that all the knotwork accents that adorn the Beaudoin famiy houses should be available to the public as well.

Matt and Jill of Mystic Knotwork continue to respect their heritage and environment by only buying American grown cotton made into cord only in American mills.  They are careful to ensure the materials they use match their demand for quality.

Stop by Mystic Knotwork and enjoy their American Made knotwork accessories

 



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