I’m incredibly excited about a very large macramé project in the works in my studio. But while I’m waiting on new supplies, I made a simple little bunting that turned out so sweet. When I added mismatched covered buttons to this macramé garland, I loved it even more!
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- macramé cord
- masking or painter’s tape
- covered buttons
- fabrics scraps
step 1 – preparation
Cut one piece of cord 4 feet long and 100 pieces each 32 inches long. Wrap all ends with tape to prevent fraying while working.
step 2 – lark’s head knots
I found the easiest place to work was on a flat surface, so tape a section of the long cord onto the counter. Next, tie 10 shorter cords onto the longer one, using the Lark’s Head Knot (see photos below.)