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Soul Of Boho

Our Mission is to offer Quality Craft Macrame Hanging Wall, Inspirational Content & Education, and Cultivate this wonderful Community. 2019.

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COTTON ROPE + STRING

Learn everything you need to know to create stunning macrame projects. Go from beginner to confident crafter in a matter of days with our macrame how-to guide, our macrame resource list and our personal macrame advice.So, you want to learn how to macrame? Or maybe you’re still asking yourself, “Is there any way I could learn to do this?” How hard is it really? I am here to take all of the mystery out of this fun retro crafting trend called macrame. I want to make one thing clear before we even start. You can do this. I know you may still have your doubts. But that’s why I’m here, and that’s why I’m writing this macrame tutorial. I am going to answer all your questions and hopefully take away any lingering hesitations. By the time we’re done you’ll have a beautiful, affordable DIY macrame wall hanging or other macrame decor for your home and be able to add macrame to your list of skills.

You Can Make A Difference 

You Can Make A Difference 

You Can Make A Difference 

First: Practice How to do Macrame

Why should you practice first? Like most anything this project is going to cost you a little bit. How much? Well, my first ‘real’ project cost me about £30 for the macrame rope (or macrame cord, as it is sometimes referred to and a couple dollars for the wooden dowel.In addition, you can’t run down to Hobby Lobby or Michael’s and buy the macramé rope or macrame cord. You’re going to have to order it (more on that later). So, if you’re like me and you like to start a project the day you finally say to yourself “I want to start this” my suggestion is to start like I did with a practice project. I ran down to Hobby Lobby and picked up some cotton string and a small wooden dowel.

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    Next: What Macrame Project Should I Make?

    Decide what project you want to make. Look through photos of macrame online. You can search Etsy, Pinterest, and Google. Do some exploring to see what’s out there. What types of macrame projects can I make? Start small. plant holder jewelry including choker necklaces or bracelets wall hanging book mark key chain Bigger projects include: table runner hammock (save a big project like this for later) light fixture rug headboard garland or bunting Decide on the project type. Wall hangings and plant holders are the two popular starter projects. Where is it going to go? This will help determine what size you’re looking to create. Find a style that appeals to you. More free-form and organic or symmetric with clean lines and easily defined patterns?

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