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Do you have any macramé décor? It’s everywhere right now! We’ve created a few macramé projects, but this mini macramé wall hanging is our new favorite.
First of all, it’s adorable. And second, it’s useful. We’re currently using it to hold pens and pencils. But you could also use it as a stylish pot for your plants (real or faux). Either way, it makes great home decor! Scroll down to see how our designer Meagan made this mini macramé wall hanging.
A lot of older trends are coming back—like terrazzo and macramé—and we love it! Combining this mini macramé wall hanging with a white ceramic pot is a simple way to add modern-looking decor with a minimalist design to your home. All you need are your scissors and a few materials to make your own mini macramé wall hanging.
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How to Make a Mini Macrame Wall Hanging
- Gather your tools and materials. Then cut eight 6-foot-long pieces of string.
- Fold two strings in half and tie a reverse larks head knot around the key ring. Repeat with the remaining six strings, tying three more knots.
- Tie 14 square knots down the two outside groupings of strings.
- Tie 25 square knots down the two center groupings of strings.
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