If you’ve scrolled through our July collection, then you know this month has a western theme. So we obviously needed to make something with fringe. But the only thing we really love fringe on is a wall hanging! Designed by Meagan, our macrame fringed wall hanging looks somewhat complex, but it’s actually a great beginner project.
You only need to know two macrame knots to make this wall hanging. And we have a photo tutorial for you to follow. However, if you need extra guidance, make sure to check out our mini course linked below.
Wild wild macrame
We love the wild, western look of this macrame fringed wall hanging. Plus the colors are neutral enough that that they can complement any style of home decor. We’d love to see what you do with this project and where you hang it, so be sure to share photos with us over on our community page!
Skill level: Beginner
Knots used: Larks Head Knot and Horizontal Half Hitch Knot. Need more guidance? Check out our mini course on basic macrame knots for beginners.
Crafting tip: Keep each row snug against the one above it.
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How to Make a Macrame Fringed Wall Hanging
- Gather your craft tools and materials. Then download the full tutorial below.
- Using your scissors, cut twenty 8-foot natural macrame cords.
- Cut 50 3.5-foot cords, and separate into five groups of 10 cords each; cut 80 2.5-foot cords, and separate into eight groups of 10 cords each.
- Tie each natural cord around the dowel using a larks head knot. Leave about a 1/2″ between each cord.
Full tutorial available for members to download below.
Are you having trouble? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you out.