We love to make our own wall decor that we can switch up whenever we want to, depending on the season, a special occasion, or just because. A macrame wall hanging is a great way to make any room feel more inviting, plus you can easily add your own creative touch to it. We typically make our wall hangings in a neutral color, but for this project, Meagan added a bit of lavender around the wooden beads.
Lavender is such a pretty color to use throughout the year, and it’s perfect if you want to keep that soft and serene look that macrame hangings usually have. Of course, you can always liven it up with a bolder color if you want to!
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Wood you like to macrame?
Due to the addition of wooden beads and the variation of knots, we would say this macrame wall hanging is more of an intermediate macrame project. Depending on your level of experience with macrame, it will take about three hours to make. Remember you can always work on it a little bit at a time! This is one of the things we love about macrame projects — they allow us to slow down and be in the moment while we create something beautiful.
To get started, just gather the tools and materials listed below, then download our instructions and photo tutorial at the end of the post. This is the first time we have made a macrame wall hanging using a button knot and a vertical half hitch, so make sure to check the instructions PDF for graphics on how to tie these knots. Or you can always check out our mini course on macrame knots for step-by-step video tutorials.
Skill level: Intermediate
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How to Make a Macrame Wall Hanging
- Gather your craft tools and materials. Then download the photo tutorial and written instructions listed on the right hand side at the top of this post.
- Cut 20 white ropes that are each 7 feet in length.
- Fold each rope in half and tie a larks head knot onto your 12-inch dowel.
- Tie a row of 10 square knots; use 4 ropes per knot.
Full tutorial available for members to download listed on the right hand side at the top of this post.
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