We love the look of macramé! When we see creative ways to use macramé to decorate our homes, we jump into creating a fresh design to share with you. This macramé wreath is so gorgeous—and much more affordable when you make it yourself!
You can use this knot and rope technique to make so many different macramé projects. Be sure to browse this section for macramé designs for home décor as well as beautiful macramé jewelry like this stylish copper and cotton cord necklace.
We have a passion for wreaths and find it a great challenge to design wreaths in all different materials! I use wreaths for decorating walls and as a centerpiece on my dining room table. Meagan, our team’s macramé expert, has designed this macramé wreath just for you!
This project is perfect for beginners and advanced makers alike. You only need two gold hoops, 4mm cotton rope, and three knots to create this beautiful piece of art. Plus your scissors, of course!
One great thing about macramé is that if you make a mistake, you can just undo your knots and start again. We’ll show you how easy it is—step by step. You can follow our photo tutorial but make sure to download the instructions below for the knot details. We also have an illustrated drawing of each knot in the instructions list.
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How to Make a Macramé Wreath
- Gather your craft tools and materials. Then download the instructions below.
- Cut 96 pieces of rope that are each 24 inches in length.
- Fold a rope in half and tie a larks head knot around the smallest macramé hoop.
- Repeat step three with the remaining ropes covering the entire hoop with larks head knots and using all 96 ropes.
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