Macrame Plant Hangers

HOW TO MAKE A MACRAME PLANT HANGER

HOW TO MAKE A MACRAME PLANT HANGER

Personalize Your Home and Learn How to Make a DIY Macrame Plant Hanger From Start to Finish

 

Personalize Your Home and Learn How to Make a DIY Macrame Plant Hanger From Start to Finish

 




What You Will Need

 

What You Need

  • A Macrame Plant Hanger Kit, or the following supplies:
  • 100 Feet of Single Strand Cotton Cord
  • 1 x Wooden Ring
  • 12 x Decorative Wooden Beads
  • 1 x S-shaped Hook
  • Scissors


  • A Macrame Plant Hanger Kit, or the following supplies:
  • 100 Feet of Single Strand Cotton Cord
  • 1 x Wooden Ring
  • 12 x Decorative Wooden Beads
  • 1 x S-shaped Hook
  • Scissors


Estimated Project Time

  • 1 - 1.5 hours, depending on how quickly you create your knots

Estimated Project Time

  • 1 - 1.5 hours, depending on how quickly you create your knots


 

Step-by-Step Instructions

 

 

Step-by-Step Instructions

 

STEP ONE:

Cut your cotton cord. You will need 6 lengths of 15 feet, and 2 lengths of 2 feet.

 

STEP ONE:

Cut your cotton cord. You will need 6 lengths of 15 feet, and 2 lengths of 2 feet.

 


STEP TWO:

Take your 6 lengths of 15 feet and line up the ends so that they’re all even. Now loop them through the wooden ring at the halfway mark.

 



STEP TWO:

Take your 6 lengths of 15 feet and line up the ends so that they’re all even. Now loop them through the wooden ring at the halfway mark.

 



 

 

STEP THREE:

Take one of your pieces of 2 foot long cord and make a “U” shape with it, keeping one side longer than the other.

 

STEP THREE:

Take one of your pieces of 2 foot long cord and make a “U” shape with it, keeping one side longer than the other.

 



STEP FOUR:

Position the short end of the cord a few inches beneath your wooden ring, and wrap the long end around all of the cord, starting at the top and working your way down.

After wrapping your cord, pull the remaining piece through the loop at the bottom and pull up on your cord at the top. This will pull your bottom piece of cord up into the wrap.

Cut off any excess cord and use a pointed tool, like a screwdriver, to push the remaining cord into the wrap.

 

STEP FOUR:

Position the short end of the cord a few inches beneath your wooden ring, and wrap the long end around all of the cord, starting at the top and working your way down.

After wrapping your cord, pull the remaining piece through the loop at the bottom and pull up on your cord at the top. This will pull your bottom piece of cord up into the wrap.

Cut off any excess cord and use a pointed tool, like a screwdriver, to push the remaining cord into the wrap.

 



STEP FIVE:

Separate your cord into three groups of four strands. Take one group, and add a bead to the middle two cords, pulling the bead up to the top until it’s about 3 inches from your top knot. Repeat for your remaining two groups of cord.

 

STEP FIVE:

Separate your cord into three groups of four strands. Take one group, and add a bead to the middle two cords, pulling the bead up to the top until it’s about 3 inches from your top knot. Repeat for your remaining two groups of cord.



 

STEP SIX:

Leave approximately 3 inches of space from your beads, and tie 20 Half Square Knots (To learn how to tie a Half Square Knot, take a look at our video tutorial). Repeat for your remaining two groups of cord.

STEP SIX:

Leave approximately 3 inches of space from your beads, and tie 20 Half Square Knots (To learn how to tie a Half Square Knot, take a look at our video tutorial). Repeat for your remaining two groups of cord.



STEP SEVEN:

Leaving approximately 3 inches from your Half Square Knots, add another bead to the middle two strands of cord, and repeat for your remaining two groups of cord.

 

STEP SEVEN:

Leaving approximately 3 inches from your Half Square Knots, add another bead to the middle two strands of cord, and repeat for your remaining two groups of cord.



STEP EIGHT:

Leave another 3 inches, then tie 2 Full Square Knots. (To learn how to tie a Full Square Knot, watch our video tutorial here). Repeat this step for the other two groups of cord.

 

STEP EIGHT:

Leave another 3 inches, then tie 2 Full Square Knots. (To learn how to tie a Full Square Knot, watch our video tutorial here). Repeat this step for the other two groups of cord.



STEP NINE:

Now take two strands from one group of four, and two strands from another group of four and combine them to form a new group. Create 2 more full Square Knots. Repeat this step to create two new groups.

Repeat this process of taking two cords from one group and two from another group. Leave approximately 3 inches and create two more square knots.

Take the remaining cords in one hand and place your plant pot in the middle to test out the size. You might need to add another round of Square Knots, or you might find that the size is perfect.

 

STEP NINE:

Now take two strands from one group of four, and two strands from another group of four and combine them to form a new group. Create 2 more full Square Knots. Repeat this step to create two new groups.

Repeat this process of taking two cords from one group and two from another group. Leave approximately 3 inches and create two more square knots.

Take the remaining cords in one hand and place your plant pot in the middle to test out the size. You might need to add another round of Square Knots, or you might find that the size is perfect.



STEP TEN:

Once you’re happy with the size of your plant holder, hold the remaining cord in one hand and, leaving approximately 3 inches of space from your last round of square knots, create another wrap with your remaining 2 foot length of cord. Follow the same instructions for this as you did in Step 4.

STEP TEN:

Once you’re happy with the size of your plant holder, hold the remaining cord in one hand and, leaving approximately 3 inches of space from your last round of square knots, create another wrap with your remaining 2 foot length of cord. Follow the same instructions for this as you did in Step 4.

 



STEP ELEVEN:

Cut your remaining cord so that it’s all one length. Use your S-hook to hang your planter wherever you desire.

STEP ELEVEN:

Cut your remaining cord so that it’s all one length. Use your S-hook to hang your planter wherever you desire.



Sit back and enjoy the beautiful piece of home decor that you just created!

 

Sit back and enjoy the beautiful piece of home decor that you just created!

 





Are You Ready to Learn the Modern Craft of Macrame?

Are You Ready to Learn the Modern Craft of Macrame?



Our Beginner Friendly Macrame Plant Hanger Kits Come With Everything You Need to Start Learning the Modern Craft of Macrame:

100 Feet of High Quality Single Strand Cotton Cord

12 x Decorative Wooden Beads

1 x Metal S-Shaped Hook

1 x Wooden Ring

1 Instruction Booklet to guide you through each step

 

Our Beginner Friendly Macrame Plant Hanger Kits Come With Everything You Need to Start Learning the Modern Craft of Macrame:

100 Feet of High Quality Single Strand Cotton Cord

12 x Decorative Wooden Beads

1 x Metal S-Shaped Hook

1 x Wooden Ring

1 Instruction Booklet to guide you through each step

 

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