Boho style decor has taken on a life of its own lately, popping up in homes in all corners of the world. And what's one popular element often found in bohemian style spaces? 70's textile craft macrame, of course! So today we're teaching you how to make a simple macrame wall hanging out of yarn.
Happy February to all! I still catch myself asking what the date is because I feel like January just happened in a blink of an eye – am I right? Which basically means Valentine's day is going to be here in no time! And I'm super pumped about it this year because we are celebrating a very special evening with all my gal pals for a Boho Valentine's night out! To me, this holiday is meant to really appreciate the ones you love. Continue Reading
I've been practicing macrame a lot recently and even though I'm still a beginner, I love creating unique projects with this basic twisted macrame pattern (as you may have seen in my DIY twisted macrame keychains earlier this week). Because I have a love for Edison light bulbs, I'd planned to create my own dangling wall light in our living room for months, and this simple macrame wrapped wall light DIY was the perfect solution.
This twisted macrame pattern is simple to make through repetition, so it comes together in less than an hour. Continue Reading
Macrame has recently made a comeback, so I was excited to learn some of the basics for making macrame pieces myself at home. It’s surprisingly easy to make these twisted macrame keychains with colored beads and a fringe bottom, and you can whip one up in as little as 15 minutes. Customize them with colorful wooden beads and make this beautiful twisted look simply by repeating the same knot!
This is a great beginner macrame project, and when repeated, this left square knot creates a beautiful twisted pattern that looks much more complicated than it really is, so be prepared to impress everyone you know. Continue Reading
This project is excellent because it combines three current trends: leather, macrame, and copper. It’s a triple-threat hanging garden!
I’m seeing macrame more and more and I’m really considering taking it up as a new hobby. I feel like you can use a skill like that for more than just hanging plants. However, the look of hanging plants is just gorgeous and this copper-looking leather is the perfect material for a project like this. Visit Stein Saks Papir for the full tutorial! Continue Reading
Macrame wall hangings seem to be popping up everywhere these days. If you’ve ever felt intimidated by the idea of making one, you’re not alone! This tutorial breaks it all down to an easy step-by-step process.
If you spend more than a few minutes on Pinterest each day, you’ve probably seen your fair share of macrame hanging planters. But a DIY macrame jewelry wall? This is definitely the first time I’ve seen one of those. If you need a place to store your ever-increasing jewelry stash, and maybe even a few accessories, check out this giant macrame jewelry wall DIY.
I swear, succulents and cacti get all the good DIY planters these days! (Probably because they’re cute and sculptural and hardy as all get out.) They certainly look great in these hanging macrame eggshell pots, though!
Lisa Tilse from the fabulous blog The Red Thread recently shared this tutorial for properly prepping the shells and knotting your own macrame hanger (which you can easily adapt for other sizes and uses)! Check it out here.
I’ve long associated macramé, the process of making textiles by knotting rather than weaving or knitting, with kitschy owl-shaped wall hangings from the 1970s. (My grandma was quite fond of them, bless her heart.) So, to see the technique used to create intricate works of art is not only unexpected, but completely fascinating!
Fiber artist Ed Bing Lee has been producing stunning textile pieces using macramé techniques for the past few decades, but recently translated the medium into 3D form with his series Delectable. Continue Reading