Mini Macrame Wall Hanging With Stick

Ruveyda
by Ruveyda
2 Materials
$10
10 Minutes
Easy

Hey macrame makers! I made a mini macrame wall hanging with cinnamon. This is one of the my favorite super easy mini macrame projects for beginners. You can do it yourself and make your home more decorative. You can use this cinnamon wall hanging for your fridge like a magnet or for your kitchen walls like a small sweety ornament.

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How To Make a Mini Macrame Wall Hanging?You can learn how to make a mini wall hanging with my step by step video tutorial. Watch the video below:

Mini Macrame Wall Hanging Video Tutorial


Materials For Mini Macrame Wall Hanging:

You need just a few materials for making this mini macrame project. I list below what you need:

  • 3mm Cotton Cord
  • Cinnamon stick or small wood dowel stick for macrame
  • Tape
  • Scissors
  • Tape Measure
  • Comb

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Lengths Of Cords

You need just six ropes. The length of each ropes is 25″ for this small wall hanger.


Instructions:

  1. Watch the video

Step 2: Prepare the Materials

Make 6 Lark’s head knot after cutting the ropes

Making larks head knot for six times

Make 3 square knot

Make 2 square knots under the other knots by leaving 2 ropes from right and left hand sides.

Make a square knot at the center.

Make double half hitch knot by 2 lines for right side.

Replace this step for the left side

Continue double half hitch accross the end of the right side

Comb the ropes. Congratulations! You made your sweety diy ornament or small wall hanging.

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  • Lillyrose Lillyrose on Mar 03, 2022

    So cute. Putting several near each other would make the kitchen or bath smell

    delicious.


    • Ruveyda Ruveyda on Mar 03, 2022

      Thanks Lilly rose!

      That's great idea 👌 ı'm using for my kitchen and they're emiting little fragrance

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