From plant hangers to wall hangings, to shelves and clothing, there's a ton of macrame projects to choose from!
One thing's for sure though - you'll need to get used to some basic knots to get speedier at macrame. In this blog, we'll be discussing the 4 most common macrame knots: Larks Head, Double Knot, Clove Hitch, and Twisted Sinnet.
The Larks Head knot is one of the most basic macrame knots and is used to attach cords to a ring, dowel, or other base.
To make a Lark's Head knot:
The Lark's Head knot is perfect for creating the foundation of a macrame piece - like the Solid Oak Double Twist Make-ramé.
The Double Knot, also known as the Square Knot, is used to create a diagonal pattern and is often used in plant hangers and bracelets.
To make a Double Knot:
Mastering this knot will make the Flowers project easy!
The Clove Hitch is used to secure a cord to a base or to create a loop.
To make a Clove Hitch:
The Twisted Sinnet, also known as the Half Hitch, is used to create a spiral pattern and is often used in bracelets and necklaces.
To make a Twisted Sinnet:
Learning these macrame knots will help make the Double Twist Make-rame a breeze!
With practice, you can create beautiful and intricate pieces that showcase your creativity and style. Don't be afraid to experiment and mix and match these knots to create unique patterns and designs. Happy knotting!