Some say macramé is on its way out this year. But we are still loving it! What do you think? As long as there are people (like our designer Meagan) who keep coming up with new ways to use this technique to create gorgeous home décor pieces, we think this trend will stick around. However you feel, though, it’s all about creating something meaningful and unique for your home! Today we are sharing this stunning macramé and woven wool wall hanging along with the tutorial for how to make it.
This macramé and woven wool wall hanging is an advanced DIY project. But if you have done any macramé projects before, then this should be fairly simple for you to make. For those of you who are new to this craft technique, our macramé wall art is a great project for beginners.
There’s something very calming and peaceful about macramé wall art. So we love the idea of adding wool roving to it for an even cozier feel. And it gives this piece such great texture, too!
When it comes to styling this wall hanging, we used neutral tones, natural elements, and metallic accents. The copper wire leaf décor is a DIY project we created a couple years back. And the plant is a real one, but a paper plant would also work well!
When you’re ready to craft this macramé and woven wool wall hanging for your home, just follow the tutorial below. And make sure to comment below if you have any questions! We’re always happy to help.
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How to Make a Macramé and Woven Wool Wall Hanging
- Gather the craft tools and materials above.
- Cut 15–20 pieces of cotton rope 4-ft. in length each. Fold the rope in half and tie a larks head knot with each to secure them to the dowel.
- Lay the left outside rope across the other ropes using this as your filler rope; tie a double half hitch knot with each rope.
- Lay the right outside rope down diagonally across the other ropes using this as your filler rope; tie a double half hitch knot with each rope.
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