Macrame wall hangings are one of my favorite vintage items that were popular during the Seventies. Macrame looks so amazing in the home and has a wonderful ability to bring mismatched furniture ideas together and immediately brand it Bohemian. I was looking to accessorize my screened-in porch, where I had a lot of mismatched furniture, so it was time to introduce something like a macrame idea to tie the space together. I went searching on the internet for a wall hanging project and I found this excellent video tutorial by Macrame School on YouTube. This wall hanging looked super easy, and really suited the decor idea I had in mind. I immediately went to JoAnn’s Fabrics to get my supplies for this project. I also made sure to check my JoAnn’s app before I left to get my coupons in order before I got there because those coupons will save you a lot of money. If you are not taking advantage of the online coupons at all the big craft stores, you need to start, because more is more in the craft world, lol.
Materials For Macrame Circles Wall Hanging:
- Cotton craft rope
- White school glue (Elmer’s)
- A pair of scissors
- T-head pins
- A piece of dowel
In this excellent video tutorial by Macrame School on YouTube, you will learn how to make this wall hanging in a step by step method. You begin by making your first knots to begin the circle macrame pattern.
Then, just continue following the simple instructions, and your macrame wall hanging will be finished in no time.
This wall hanging is going to look amazing on my screened-in porch.