Thursday, February 13
Instructor: Ann Judy
Macramé, the art of knotting rope, is a fun way to make your own trendy boho-inspired plant hangers. It’s a craft that’s been resurrected from the 70s and it’s even more popular than before. If you love plants, these hangers will put your plants on display both indoors and outdoors.
Making your first macramé plant hanger is a project that may seem complicated at first, but once you’ve learned the basics, it’s actually quite easy! You will learn how to make a macramé plant hanger using basic knots and patterns.
Here are the three types of basic knots we’ll be using in the tutorial:
- Square knot
- Half square knot or spiral knot
- Loop knot
We will be using natural jute for our hanger, all materials provided
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