DIY Macrame Pendant Light
Last weekend, I got my artsy fartsy on and made this DIY macrame pendant for our downstairs bathroom makeover, and I am actually kind of amazed at how well it turned out. I am smiling from ear to ear that I completed this and I love the way it turned out!
This whole process took about 2 1/2 hours to complete, and it is not nearly as difficult as you might think it is! All you need is a cage light, macrame cord, and scissors.
I purchased this cage light for less than $8 on clearance.
I completed this entire project by doing the same knot over and over again. It is called a square knot. And you can read very detailed instructions for how to do it yourself by clicking through to the blog. I even made a video that you can watch.
This might just be one of my favorite projects! And I love the ambiance it gives to the space!
Isn't this light just so much more interesting than just the cage light? It might take a few tries to get this repeating knot down, but once you have it, you can fly through this process! Let me know if you give it a try!
- Cage light (Target)
- Macrame cord (craft store)
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