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DIY Macrame Wall Hanging

  • October 17, 2016
  • By Sabine
  • 4 Comments

DIY Macrame Wall Art

diy macrame wall art

So, I’ve tried something new. This really came out of nowhere. I found a mop refill at my local thrift store, and for no reason at all ( other than thinking I might need this someday),  I grabbed it for just 50 cents.

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A few weeks went by, but on a rainy weekend I decided to make something with it. Why not make a wall hanging, right? I had everything I needed, including some old beads and a wooden dowel. Of course, you can also use yarn or rope for this project. I wanted to use what I already had.

diy macrame wall art

After checking out a bunch of YouTube Macrame tutorials, I started with these simple knots.

diy macrame wall art

Here’s my favorite tutorial. This lady explains and shows it so well. I tied around 33 strings at approximately 35 inches long. The rod is 27 inches long. I added several beads and tied a piece of twine to the rod.

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Since this was my first attempt at Macrame, I kept it pretty simple.

diy macrame wall art

I like it. It adds texture and interest to the wall. Macrame wall hangings can be pretty pricey like this one from Urban Outfitters.

 

By Sabine, October 17, 2016
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  • Janis Bilbrey
    October 17, 2016

    I can remember doing this in the.’ 70s. I too am a Tennessee girl. Just found you about a month ago. I’m enjoying your blog. Love this idea and will be doing one during the winter.

    • sabines
      October 17, 2016

      Janis, it’s so nice to hear from a fellow TN girl. So happy you’re enjoying my blog and projects. Making the wall hanging was so fun. I think I’ll make more. I spotted a mop refill at the Bargainhunt store today for next to nothing. Haha!

  • Sally
    October 17, 2016

    Wow! You did a great job. I really like it and you sure can’t beat the price! You continue to amaze me with all your talent.

    • sabines
      October 17, 2016

      Aww thank you, Sally! It was actually pretty easy… time consuming but easy.Try one! YouTube has so many great Macrame tutorials.

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