It’s time for a new plant hanger! Designed by Meagan, this gold ring macrame plant hanger is a simple DIY project. It only uses three basic macrame knots, and you can easily customize it using whatever macrame cord colors you prefer.
When you’re ready to start, just check grab the supplies you need from our list below.
We can knot believe how easy this is
Even if you don’t have a green thumb, you can still display the paper plants or felt plants you make in this gold ring macrame plant hanger. We personally love a trailing plant, so we styled ours with our paper string of pearls. If you’d like some other options, you can browse all of our trailing plants.
Skill level: Beginner
Macrame knots used: Wrapped knot, half hitch knot, and larks head knot. Want more guidance on these knots? Check out our mini course, 15 Macrame Knots for Beginners.
Crafting tip: We recommend using a 5.5″ pot or smaller to fit in the 6″ hoop. Or, you can easily use one of our 10″ or 12″ gold macrame hoops instead of the 6″ hoop to accommodate a larger pot.
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- 4mm Macrame Cord — Natural and Pink
- Gold Macrame Hoop – 6″
- Gold Ring — 2″
How to Make a Gold Ring Macrame Plant Hanger
- Gather your craft tools and materials from the list above.
- Cut six 9ft and nine 5ft natural macrame cords; then cut two 6ft pink macrame cords.
- Place the six 9ft macrame cords centered through the small ring.
- Using one 6ft pink cord, gather all of the natural cords and tie a wrapped knot starting at the ring and wrapping about 5 inches down.
Full tutorial available for members to download below.
Love this DIY idea? Explore all of our macrame projects. You can also find more handmade home decor here.
Are you having trouble? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you out.