As we are spending more time in our houses due to social distancing measures and the coronavirus pandemic (cases are currently spiking in some states across the country), you can spend some of your time at home taking part in some DIY Macrame Projects.
You can also do these DIY Macrame projects when you need a break from work-related stuff or if you simply need something to do that doesn’t involve electronics (binge-watching Netflix, watching TV, surfing the Internet, going on their cellphones, playing video games, etc.).
For those of you who don’t know, Macrame Projects, according to The Spruce Crafts, are: “Projects that have intricate designs created with several knots, and they come in various shapes and sizes.” Like with most skills, Macrame takes a lot of patience, time, and practice. However, please do not panic. All of the DIY Macrame Projects included in this article are ones that are for beginners. Once you get the hang of things, you will be able to make/handle DIY Macrame Projects of any level from beginner to intermediate to advanced. You will be knotting up all kinds of cool and crazy pieces of art in your home!
Now, with all of that information being said, let’s take a look down below and check out the following _ DIY Macrame Projects Ideas For Your Home:
1. Wall Hanging:
I couldn’t do an article about DIY Macrame Projects Ideas For Your Home without including A Wall Hanging as one of the featured Macrame Projects! What makes this idea stand out from the rest is that instead of using rope, the traditional material used when knotting up Macrame Projects, this Wall Hanging project has knotters using jersey fabric instead. The final product still looks super trendy and perfect to hang and have out on display in any room of your house!
If you want to have a Wall Hanging as a decoration for your bedroom, click here to see the directions on how to make this wall hanging from Brit + Co.
These charming macrame coasters are perfect to have out on display on your coffee or breakfast tables. They also make perfect homemade gifts to give out to others too.
3. Macrame Table Runners:
Another one of the easiest and neatest DIY Macrame Projects Ideas to make for your home are these macrame table runners. This design is intricate, but the final product is beautiful, basic, and will make add some “wow factor” whenever you host your closest friends over for brunch.
Form all of the Macrame Projects, if you decide that these Table Runners are the first project that you want to tackle, click here to check out all of materials you need and the steps on how to create this intricate yet beautiful design.
4. A Yarn Garland:
Out of all the DIY Macrame Projects Ideas included in this article, the Yarn Garland is the one that all beginners should make first not because of how cool it looks, but rather to help you get better at tying knots for all of the future Macrame projects you eventually make. Practice makes perfect.
5. A Plant Hanger:
This DIY Plant Hanger from A Subtle Everly is one of the best Macrame Projects Ideas to consider creating for your home as it is perfect for beginners to do. The pattern for this particular plan hanger is straightforward and not too much of a hassle. With this project, be sure to use bright and bold colors of macrame to make this plant hanger.
6. Macrame Dreamer:
One of the coolest Macrame Projects that I couldn’t forget to include for this article is this DIY Macrame Dreamer. The final product is super beautiful to hang up on display on one of your bedroom walls. For this Macrame project, all one has to do is simply knot the twine beautifully and then tie the macrame strands around a mini metal ring. Keep on knotting and add more rings around the mini ring to make a big dreamer!
Click here to see all of the materials that you need for this project idea, on top of a step by step tutorial.
7. A Hanging Macrame Fish Bowl:
For those of you who have a pet goldfish at home, this project is just for you guys! Another one of the DIY Hanging Macrame Projects to consider making for your home is this Hanging Macrame Fish Bowl! It will be a decent and marvelous way to give any interior or exterior space of your house an extra visual boost! Anyone who comes over to your house will marvel at this cool display of a Hanging Macrame Fish Bowl.
Click here to see the full instructions and tutorial guidelines for this project.
8. Macrame Rope Lights:
Another one of the Macrame projects ideas that would also make a fanatic decoration for your bedroom are these Macrame Rope Lights from Vintage Revivals. For beginners, don’t panic! This project right here is apparently so easy to make that you could work on it while binge-watching your favorite shows on Netflix.
9. DIY Macrame Balloons:
These DIY Macrame Balloons are perfect to make if you are hosting a birthday party at your home. It is a unique take on party decorations. All one has to do is make custom macrame hangers and allow them to hold the blown-up balloons. De sure to use bold colors when knotting together the macrame hangers!
Click here to see a full tutorial on how to do this project.
10. Mini Macrame Christmas Ornaments:
Although it is only July (as of the time that this article was written), that doesn’t stop winter holiday lovers from planning out what new decorations they want to buy or make when December comes. One of the best DIY Macrame Projects Ideas to consider making in advance for the holidays are these Mini Macrame Christmas Ornaments to hang on your tree. They will add more boho vibes to your Christmas Tree.
Mini Macrame Christmas Ornaments are one of the best Macrame Projects to do for two reasons: One, they are extremely easy to make; and two, they also are perfect gifts to give to your friends for the Christmas Holidays.
Which of these DIY Macrame Projects Ideas projects do you want to make first? Be sure to let us know which Macrame Projects down below in the comments section below!
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