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Inspired by macramé
To Make or Not to Make
1. Metal Rings | 2. Cotton Rope | 3. O-rings | 4. White Geometric Pot | 5. Golden Devil's Ivy | 6. Macrame Plant Hangers | 7. White and Gold Pot | 8. Macrame Wall Hanger | 9. S-hooks | 10. Wooden Dowels | 11. Wooden Rings | 12. Clothes rack
Metal rings are mainly used when making plant hangers. They must be able to carry the weight of whichever plant and pot that you choose to put in your hanger once it's done. So keep that in mind.
Cotton rope is the most common type of rope to use in macramé. White is most common, but you could also have fun a choose colored cotton! Or use this month's reviewed book and dive into the section about how to dip dye your white cotton rope into the colors of your imagination.
If you're looking to make smaller macramé pieces, o-rings are the perfect item to get you started.
Minimalism with a little edge. This pot would look awesome in the plant hanger you either make or buy from someone else's handiwork.
Ivy is an ideal plant for putting into your hanger because as it grows it'll hang down the macramé.
Sometimes we need a little inspiration before we dive into making things ourselves. To fill your house with plant hangers straight away, check these out.
Add a little spunk to your plant hanger by putting your plant into this super cool white and gold pot.
No time to macramé on your own? Beautiful pieces even small like this can take a lot of time to create, but many crafters are willing to do it if you aren't. Plenty can be found in all variety of styles and they are all ready to decorate your walls. We love this wedding backdrop fringe banner as well as this hammock chair.
S-Hooks will become your best friend as you hang your work in-progress and your final pieces.
10. Wooden Dowels
If you want to hang macramé the way it's done on the cover of our featured book then a wood dowel is what you need. (You can also use a branch ;)
11. Wooden Rings
To keep the woodland feel going, snag some wooden rings to hang your planters.
12. Clothes Rack
A strange but ideal accessory for doing your macramé knotting comfortably is a clothing rack, especially an adjustable one that you can raise and lower depending upon whether you are sitting or standing.
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