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“Custom pieces just completed for the lovely Janelle. I hope you get as much enjoyment from them as I did making them for you xo Lee xo #wolfandyarzz…”

“Custom pieces just completed for the lovely Janelle. I hope you get as much enjoyment from them as I did making them for you xo Lee xo

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"Sol" macramé wall art ☼ I loved making this custom piece for a client who wanted a scaled down version similar to our bask wall hanging.

Gorgeous Geometric Wall Hangings Give Macramé a Modern Makeover - My Modern Met Pinned by: www.spinstersguide.com

Gorgeous Geometric Wall Hangings Give Macramé a Modern Makeover

Just finished this custom XXL Macrame Wall Screen combined with woven Wool pieces. My biggest design so far, and Im totally obsessed with it! How do you like it? ❤️ (Link to my Etsy shop in bio)

How to Make a Diamond Mesh // This video shows you how to Tie Diamond Mesh using Clove Hitch Knots. It is decorative and used in Macrame wall hangings and Jewelry. // This video shows 5 cords at 5 feet each. Since folded in half there is now 10 cords, 1-10 from left to right.  For the sake of time, I tied one side of Diagonal Clove Hitch Knots using cords 1-5, which I'll explain how to do below. Remember, you re-number the cords after each row is complete. // For the left side, using cord 5…

How to Make a Diamond Mesh // This video shows you how to Tie Diamond Mesh using Clove Hitch Knots. It is decorative and used in Macrame wall hangings and Jewelry. // This video shows 5 cords at 5 feet each. Since folded in half there is now 10 cords,

How to Make a Sharp "V" or point with Diagonal Clove Hitch Knots. // I've seen students struggle with this and hopefully this video explains it well. Feel free to ask me questions on it. // This video shows 6 cords at 8 feet each. Since folded in half and attached using the Larks Head Knot there are now 12 cords; 1-12 from left to right. For the sake of time, I tied a few rows of knots, which I'll explain how to do below. Remember, you re-number the cords after each row is complete…

How to Make a Sharp "V" or point with Diagonal Clove Hitch Knots. // I've seen students struggle with this and hopefully this video explains it well. Feel free to ask me questions on it. // This video shows 6 cords at 8 feet each. Since folded in half and

How to Create Crisscross Treasure Mesh // This video shows how to tie Crisscross treasure mesh, I'm not sure if that is the correct/technical name, but I'm going with it. For the sake of time, and to show the full look, I already completed two rows, which I'll explain how to do below. // This video shows them done with ten 8 foot 1/4th inch cords which were attached to the bar using the Larks Head Knot. Since the cords were folded in half and attached, there are now 20 cords. Keep in mind…

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How to Add a Bar to Your Macrame Artwork// This video will show you how to add a bar anywhere in your work.  The surprise is that it's simply done using Horizontal Clove Hitches, but using a bar as filler instead of rope. This video shows them done with  6 cords which were attached to the bar using a Larks Head Knot. The cords were folded in half and attached, there are now 12 cords. I tied two rows of Alternating Square Knots which I've previously shown how to complete in another Friday…

How to Add a Bar to Your Macrame Artwork// This video will show you how to add a bar anywhere in your work. The surprise is that it's simply done using Horizontal Clove Hitches, but using a bar as filler instead of rope. This video shows them done with

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