Today, we’re excited to share a macrame plant hanger tutorial that’s beginner-friendly. According to those that have made the planter, it is so easy, a child could make it! Now that’s our sort of craft!
Plants don’t just green up your home, they also purify the air. Hanging planters are perfect for the corner of your kitchen or bathroom and you can even hang them outdoors on your porch or verandah! They look fantastic with succulents in them too.
Where Did Macrame Originate?
Macramé is believed to have originated with 13th-century Arab weavers. These artisans knotted the excess thread and yarn along the edges of hand-loomed fabrics into decorative fringes on bath towels, shawls, and veils.
Are you ready to learn how to make your own macrame plant hangers? Be warned though, once you know how, they are highly addictive!
You can add beads and other cute decorations to your finished project and they also make wonderful homemade gifts for family and friends.
Macrame Plant Hanger Tutorial – Beginner Video
via Rachel Colton, Youtube
In this beginner-friendly video tutorial, you will be shown how to make a simple macrame plant hanger. You will use the square and twisting knot and provided you follow the instructions, you will be fine. Rachel is an excellent instructor so to see her in action, press play above now ^