11 Macrame Projects to DIY This Summer
Good news, crafty ladies! Macrame is back and in a big, big way. Macrame, the art of knotting cords and rope together, was a huge hit back in the '70s with DIY-ers. Now, modern macrame is sleek, chic and way cooler than its hippie counterpart. We've gathered 11 projects for you to try your hand at, and we know that you'll love getting knotty with some rope and cords when you tackle these tutorials.
1. Macrame Wall Hanging
Create a wall hanging in any color of your choice to add an interesting touch of texture to your decor. (via Brit + Co)
2. Mirror Wall Hanging
Bring some minimalist flair to your walls. It's the perfect DIY — simple, inexpensive, and fabulous. (via Made In A Day)
3. Vertical Garden
Turn a clothing rack into a clutch garden with the help of macrame hangers. We think this will be a great accessory to pull out for a BBQ — or when your backyard just needs some love. (via Brit + Co)
4. Boho Table Runner
This Anthro knock-off runner can dress your table up or down. It's a great option for Sunday brunch or last minute gatherings with your pod. (via Inspired By This)
5. Friendship Bracelet Watch
6. Macrame Curtain
Unsure of whether to hang blinds or curtains? Get the best of both worlds with this macrame curtain DIY. It's the perfect project to cover your closet, a window, or doorway. (via A Beautiful Mess)
7. Macrame Mini Holders
8. Macrame Shelf
9. Plant Hanger
Bust out your twist braid skills from your friendship bracelet days and DIY a fun plant hanger. (via Brit + Co)
10. Macrame Desk Decor
Another gorgeous decor DIY to consider. This one boasts a more modern vibe by including geometric designs and minimalist greenery. Place it on your desk for extra flair. (via Brit + Co)
11. Boho Macrame Portal
Create this funky room accent with fabric dye and blue cords. It's the perfect accessory for dressing up a dull-looking corner. (via Brit + Co)
Which of these projects are you excited to tackle? Share your macrame tips and tricks with us @BritandCo!
Additional reporting by Lesley Lewis.
This post has been updated.