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Modern Macrame: 10 Simple Projects to Enhance Your Home Paperback – September 12, 2017
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This is macrame for a new generation
From plant hangers and coasters to lampshades and rugs, Modern Macrame is filled with ideas for customizable chic home decor and accessories, plus materials for two complete projects.
13 knot instructions
Mini Wall Hanging
1. Cut one 24-inch strand of cord and tie both ends on the dowel. Use this cord to hang onto a hook.
2. Cut fourteen 90-inch strands of cord.
3. Fold each strand in half and tie onto the wooden dowel using lark’s head knots. Be sure the cords are all evenly spaced from each other.
4. Make two square knots with each pairing of cords along the first row. There will be seven sets.
5. Make five rows of alternating square knots.
6. Thread one bead through the holding cords of the six inner sets of cord. There will be two cords left hanging on each side of the wall hanging.
7. Use the outer working cords and make a square knot under each bead.
8. For the next row, use two cords from each set to make a Josephine knot. Use two right cords from the left set, and two left cords from the right set until you have a row of five Josephine knots.
9. Continue with six more rows of alternating square knots.
10. The sixth row will have six square knots. From there, continue but take away a knot on each row. The next row will only have five square knots. The row after that will have four, and so on. The last row will only have one square knot.
11. Cut the ends, either straight across or at varied lengths.
12. If desired, dye the ends by dipping them in fabric dye. Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s directions.
About the Author
Justine Vasquez is a content marketer who has always had a flair for anything crafty. When she is not working or making new macrame pieces, she is finding new, exciting places to take her boys, baking, and drinking a lot of coffee.
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For the macrame plant hanger the author states, "Using a wall hook or swivel"... however the author provides no wall hook, metal-o-ring or swivel so I had to go purchase that item.
Once I got the swivel, I started to proceed with the instructions and I get to the part that says, "take two stands of cord and thread them both through one bead". However, the holes in the beads are so small it is impossible, absolutely IMPOSSIBLE to get one strand through, let alone two strands and I have asked multiple people to try to get two strands through one bead and no one can.
So now I'm going to have to purchase beads in order to get through this project. I am disappointed that it doesn't come with everything for the two projects as it states and how the beads are unusable.