Welcome to Step 2!
I’ve put this tutorial together to help first time makers use two basic knots and a simple/ intermediate pattern to make this “beginner DIY Macramé Wall Hanging”. You do not need to have ever tried Macramé before, but i do recommend you watch my first video first to see the knots demoed slowly.
Try Step 1 here..
This pattern is for total beginners to intermediate makers. By following this tutorial, you will be taken from start to finish leaving you ready to explore your own designs in future using three-knot combinations!
Step 2 Beginners lesson- Watch now
*This Pattern is my own, I have developed it especially for anyone who wants to learn how to DIY a Macramé Wall Hanging. I give permission for anyone to make it for themselves, having said that, this pattern is only for personal use (by individuals) and is not for commercial reproduction. All I ask is that, if you loved and want to support me making more videos, let me know, share the love!
Macramé, unlike crochet or knitting, does not require any “needles” and instead just your hands to tie knots. I use a traditional styled Macramé Cotton Cord which is available in my shop here. Its soft, easy to use and unravels gently should you want to create a shaggy fringe effect.
You will need a wooden Dowel, stick or branch to make this piece. I have filmed this video at my desk with it raised at an angel, although, normally when making bigger pieces I use a clothes rail and hang my dowel, so work standing up.
Macramé supplies needed
• 3mm Macramé UK super soft cotton
• Wooden dowel/ stick or branch.