Macrame Planter Hanger with Large-Hole Beads
We love to be inspired by all crafty communities. Here is a simple DIY with the popular macrame trend, creating a planter hanger while incorporating our interchangeable large-hole beads. Designed by our friend Jacque from Dakota Stones, she has definitely inspired us!
What you’ll need:
- 3mm Macrame Cord
- Large-Hole Beads
- Large-Hole Bead Mixes
- Measure your macrame cord to 64 inches + the width of your planter + 24 inches. Cut 4 pieces at that length.
- Fold all 4 pieces in half and make a looped knot at the fold.
- Anchor your loop.
- On each strand, slide on your large-hole beads. Pattern and amount is up to you.
- Take two cords and make an overhand knot. Repeat this to the other strands, making sure the knots are distanced the same.
- Take two adjacent knots and take two cords from each of those and make a knot. Do this all the way around. Make sure they are all the same level.
- Add your planter to see if your knots are situated to fit your pot.
- Take all strands at the end and make a full overhand knot. Cut excess if you prefer.
This tutorial is inspired from the DIY 5 Minute Macrame Planters video by WhatsUpMom on YouTube. You can see the video HERE.