DIY Macrame Owl pattern - Beginners Tutorial- Easy Step by Step

fun and easy macrame wall hanging pattern - Arnold the macrame Owl

Macrame wall hanging owl pattern
Macrame owl pattern tutorial

Tutorial By Robyn Gough

This tutorial was created to help first time makers follow a simple knotting pattern to make a macrame owl wall hanging for the home, a great addition to any home to give a vintage macrame owl vibe!

This pattern was developed so that ANYONE, crafty or not, can make a professional standard home decor item. It doesn’t matter if you have never heard of Macramé until reading this article. This video tutorial and photographic step by step will guide you through making your knots and will also feature handy tips and full pattern instructions to get your knots to a pro standard! WARNING: this is a totally addictive craft! This tutorial will ready you to start exploring more knots and DIY fibre arts and projects for your home ! Once your hooked, don’t forget to head over to the blog or video tutorials page to learn more crafts for free!

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Let’s get started!

Make Your Own Perfect Macrame Coasters!


Macramé, unlike crochet or knitting, does not require any “needles”. You only need your hands to tie knots.

I use a traditionally styled Macramé cotton cord in this pattern known as 4mm 3ply twisted - this is available in my shop here. Because it is a 3 ply cord it creates wavy effect fringes when unravelled to describe the owl's wing feathers (very cute!)


  • 4 mm 3 ply Cotton Cord (Click to Buy at my store)

Method- Video Tutorial

The easiest way to learn how to do this is to watch this full-length free tutorial video :

This video shows me making just 3 basic knots!

a larks head knot to secure the lengths of cotton to the dowel

diagonal double half hitches to make diagonal lines to describe the owl's shape

and square knots to describe the owl'