Create a Beautiful Macrame Wall Hanging/Plant Holder Using TWO Knots

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I love macrame projects as they are so easy to make and believe it or not you can create a beautiful project just using the main two or three knots. Once you have learnt the basic knots you are good to go!!

For this project I used some wood (you can use anything you like some pipe, driftwood, plank or bamboo stick..) and cut I cut 10 equal lengths of rope at 3metres each.

I created this plant holder using just two of the most common macrame knots, the square knot and the half-hitch knot.

 I did half hitch on left and the right side and the square knot in the middle. The photos should be self explanatory

Once the sides were done, I created the square knot in the middle and once the three met at the bottom, I tied them together in square knot.

I added some pins to the plant holder as I thought it was missing something.

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  • MM MM on Jun 18, 2019

    Where did you find the pushpins? The link here is for dressmakers pins.

  • Edie Zsuzsics Edie Zsuzsics on Mar 29, 2020

    How do you keep the pushpins from falling out. Do you hot glue them?

  • Nancy Nancy on Mar 30, 2021

    Very pretty! I love the added push pins, but how did you attach them? I wouldn't want to find one with my foot some night.

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  • Miss Marla Miss Marla on Apr 04, 2020

    I loved this back in the 70's. Glad to know handmade items never go out of style. Keep up the good work.

  • Deborah Kinney Deborah Kinney on Jun 21, 2021

    I absolutely love it! Thank you for the easy instructions! Now maybe I can show my friend how to do this!