How to create a macramé plant hanger:
- Gather all 8 pieces of cord, fold in half and loop through the ring.
- Using your 5 foot long piece of string, tie a loop knot right below the ring.
- Take four strands and tie a square knot. …
- Repeat this pattern with the next group of 4 cords, and repeat for the remaining cords.
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What is the best size cord for macrame?
Medium Ropes, 4mm-7mm are perhaps most commonly used, a great size for macramé beginners, more sturdy than the smaller ropes and the perfect size for plant hangers, wall hangings, furniture, lanterns, curtains, rugs, etc. We use 5mm 3ply rope for most of our projects.
How much macrame cord do I need for a plant hanger?
In general, your macrame cord needs to be about four times the length of your project. If the cords are doubled, meaning folded in half to create two cords, then aim for eight times the length of your project.
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What cord do you use for macrame?
The most common rope for macrame is twisted three-ply cotton, which is both strong and fringes into a lovely wavy pattern. Some braided six-ply rope is also available, but I’d recommend sticking to three-ply options unless you need a lot of strength.
How long does it take to make a macrame plant holder?
Macramé can seem a little daunting when you look at some of the elaborate designs, so I want to show you the basics, and have you creating a lovely macramé hanging plant holder in about 30 minutes.
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