Here’s the perfect DIY to try. Make yourself a Macrame Hanging Chair. You are going to love the results and it’s easy.
Macrame is so much fun and everyone has some fond memories of this iconic 70’s craft. We are sure you do too!
Did your Mom or Grandma have Owls Hanging on their walls? Maybe they had the Macrame Hanging Planters in their Bathrooms or under their verandahs.
One thing’s for sure, they were everywhere! We remember those amazing Wall Hangings and now we have found a great beginner project for you to try and to say it’s a beauty is an understatement!
This Macrame Hammock will become a much-loved piece. You can relax with a favorite book and while the hours away. Catch some rays or enjoy a snooze .. This would also be perfect for a child’s room.
You could even use it to hold all their stuffed animals in one place or as a reading nook. We have also included a Hanging Cocoon Knitted Chair further down. Be sure to scroll to the end to view.
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How To Make Macrame Hanging Chair DIY
- 3 1 1/4-inch hardwood dowels, 30-inches long
- 2 5/8-inch hardwood dowels, 36-inches long
- 200 yards, 1/4-inch macrame cord or rope
- 8 yards, 1/2-inch rope
- 4 1-inch wood screws
- Measuring tape
Macrame Knots Video Tutorial
We have also included a quick video tutorial that shows you how to create basic Macrame Knots. This will come in so handy for all your favourite projects. Click Play above to watch now ⇑
You can find the full tutorial on E-How here – We have also added a more advanced project for you below. It’s another version of a Hanging Macrame Chair and might be one you want to save as your macrame skills advance.
The above Circular Hanging Macrame Chair is just gorgeous and we found it on Classy Clutter. The Blogger has included a detailed tutorial on her site. She did say however that it wasn’t her easiest diy. You can find the details here
Here’s another very popular project, don’t you love this gorgeous Knitted Cocoon Seat. Grab your free pattern for this great project at the following link — How to Crochet a Knitted Cocoon Seat