There are so many unique projects you can make with macrame cord that don’t involve tying knots. Last month we made some woven macrame wall art and now this month we are showing you how to make this fiber wall hanging that Meagan designed.
As with most of our macrame cord decor, there’s no template for this project. Just check out our supplies list below, then follow along with our video tutorial to create your own version.
Tie it all together with this DIY idea
A fiber wall hanging that’s neutral in color is a great way to tie all the elements of a room together. And it doesn’t have to be anything complicated! This is a quick and easy craft project that you can add to your own space, or it would also make a really great gift for a friend or family member.
Our video tutorial below will show you how long your macrame cords need to be and how to create this simple bunched pattern using cotton twine. If you’d like, you can always use a different color of macrame cord from our shop — or use what you have on hand.
To transform it into a wall hanging, just loop some cotton twine around the ends of the wooden dowel when you’re done to create a triangle shape. Then tie a knot at the top and hang it wherever you’d like!
Skill level: Beginner
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Want to see what else you can make with macrame cord? Explore all of our macrame crafts here. Or browse through our DIY home decor for more ideas. We love seeing what you make with our templates and tutorials, so be sure to share photos on our Facebook page for members or by tagging #MadeWithLia on Instagram!
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