Is "macrames" a correct plural form of "macrame" in English? I am seeing "macrame" being used in various places, but if I want to give two items to my friend, am I giving them "two macrame" or "two macrames"?
According to the Cambridge Dictionary
macramé noun [ U ]
the art of joining pieces of string together in knots to form a decorative pattern, or something made this way
The [U] stands for uncountable
Uncountable or singular noun: a noun that has no plural.
So if you want to give your friend two items, I think that the correct way of saying it is: two pieces of macramé.