There is something so satisfying about crafting with a cotton fiber, which makes macramé a perfect pastime for anyone. We have a variety of macramé crafts for different skill levels, but this fringed macrame wreath makes a great beginner project. And once finished, you’ll want to display it in your space or give it as a handmade gift.
Knot Your Average Wreath
Not only is this fringed macrame wreath a perfect beginner project, but we have made it even easier for you to start. Yes, we have a Skill Course in our Craft Academy called 15 Macramé Knots for Beginners. So if you need extra guidance, this video course will teach you step by step the basic knots for this wreath project and many of our other macramé crafts.
When you have completed your fringed macrame wreath, you can display it on your wall as fiber art, hang it on a door or mantel, or wrap it up as a handmade gift for a friend. I love the look of the natural fibers of the cotton rope with my plants and the warm wood of my furniture.
I think that once you see your handiwork displayed, you just might be inspired to make another macrame project. You can then choose your next macramé craft from our library and do it again! We have tutorials for wall hangings, plant holders, baskets, tote bags, and more.
Skill level: Beginner
Knots used: Larks Head Knot, Button Knot, and Spiral Stitch
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How to Make a Fringed Macrame Wreath
- Gather your craft tools and materials.
- Cut 20 pieced of cord that are 5 feet long. Cut two pieces of cord that are 17 feet long.
- Tie a larks head knot around the hoop using two of the 5 foot cords for each knot. Tie 10 larks head knots.
- Using the cords from one larks head knot tie a button knot. Repeat under each of the 10 larks head knots.
Full tutorial available for members to download below.
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