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Pattern - Macrame Wall Hanging Pattern 'Berry'

Macrame Wall Hanging Pattern 'Berry'

In this pattern I will teach you the knots used in this wall hanging. See the video for the full time lapse 

Materials

To make this wall hanging you will need the following materials:

  • 15x 6 meter (20 foot) of 5mm (0,2") cotton rope
  • 1x Wood dowel 70cm (28") long

Macrame Wall Hanging Tutorial

View the video to see the full tutorial.

 

7 Responses

Amy

Amy

May 10, 2021

Hi there! Can you please tell me how wide this project is?

Estelita

Estelita

August 14, 2020

Muy hermosos trabajos.

Robin Hendriks

Robin Hendriks

July 08, 2020

Hi Anna, I read your comment. Very sharp eye. You’ll need 6 meters or ~20 foot not 2 foot. :) I fixed the text as well.

Anna

Anna

July 08, 2020

6 meters is roughly 19 feet, not 2 feet. Do I need 6 meters for this berry project? Or 2 meters, which is roughly 6 feet?

Anna Kennedy

Anna Kennedy

May 05, 2020

Thank you so much for sharing this beautiful pattern. Can’t wait to make a start!

Lou

Lou

May 05, 2020

Beautiful… I love it. Thank you for showing how to make this. Please keep showing us how to make these beautiful pieces. Thank you.

Pam

Pam

May 05, 2020

Hi,
So happy to join you! I am a crafter of many things but master of few! The Saying Goes close to that! So, I love macrame and it even hangs in some friends homes. My question is I would like to have a complete reference book to refer too! Because I don’t do it often enough to remember all the different knots. Then I have to pull it out!
If you could recommend the best book to add to my craft room I would appreciate it!
Thank you,
Pam

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