DIY Macramé Plant Hanger :

This Thursday I am featuring my newest craft I am making. I tried Macrema a few years ago but I am ready to give it a try again.

Macramé has been popular in many time periods, from Arabic weavers in the 13th century, to the Victorian era, to the 1970s. So, it’s no surprise that macrame plant hanger projects are on-trend once again.


  • Macramé cord. Most importantly, you’ll need a cotton cord that’s suitable for macrame. I prefer to use a 100% plied cotton rope that measures 4mm in diamete
  • Scissors
  • Small plant pot. I used a terracotta pot that is 4.5″ tall and 5″ wide. Try to find a pot that is similar in size.
  • Measuring tape
  • wooden ring
  • Lark’s Head Knot
  • Vertical Lark’s Head Knot. This knot is a simple variation on the standard Lark’s head knot. We’ll use it to create a starting loop for the

Here’s how much cord you’ll need to make a hanging planter with a finished measurement of 36″

To tie a Vertical Lark’s Head knot:

      1. Make a counter-clockwise loop with the working cord, passing it over-then-under the center cords. 
      2. Make a counter-clockwise loop with the working cord, passing it under-then-over the center cords
      1. After making the ten Vertical Lark’s Head Knots, flip the cords over. Use the other working cord to make another ten vertical Lark’s Head Knots in the other direction.
      2. At the end, you should have a sinnet of knots measuring 7″. Fold the knotted section in half to create a teardrop-shaped loop. Using the two working cords, tie 2 square knots around all of the remaining cords.

      Macramè Plant Hangers Patterns from Amazon :

      More precisely, in this book you will discover:

      • What macramé is and how it has evolved over the years
      • The materials you will require to make sure that your pieces are of high quality
      • The tools you will need to make your creation process simpler and more enjoyable
      • Different knots and techniques used for creating macramé
      • How to determine the amount of material you’ll need to make sure you don’t use too little or too much material
      • More than 50 macramé DIY projects for you to try out so that you can sharpen your skill
      • And so much more!

      Even if you’ve never heard of macramé before or if you’ve tried the art before and quit because you found it a bit challenging, this book will simplify things, and you’ll be creating beautiful pieces like a pro in no time!

      If You would rather start small : bracelets and keychains

      just using square knots…

      Hope you enjoyed Thursday Craft Time and see you next week when i will be showcasing something New!!! lisa

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