Looking to decorate an empty wall that's lacking a little personality in your home? Look no further! If you're partial to bohemian style and cozy, natural decor, this gorgeous macramé feather wall hanging will blow your mind. Treat yourself to the privilege of an interior filled with softness.
Ideal for adorning a bedroom wall, above your desk or by your bed, our macramé feather wall hanging will transform your wall decor. It's the perfect item to contribute to a bohemian and natural decor as well as create a true haven of peace in which you'll feel perfectly at home.
Design: Hand-knotted macramé
Material: 100% COTTON natural yarn
Size: 45 cm wide / 55 cm long
Pattern: 3 feathers
Hand care recommended
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Looking for a fun and creative way to add some personality to your home décor? Why not try making your own macrame feather wall hanging!
This project is relatively simple and can be customized to match any style. Plus, it's a great way of upcycling old materials that you might otherwise throw away. So gather up your supplies and let's get started!
What You'll Need
This section will tell you everything you need to make a macrame feather wall hanging. With just a few supplies and some simple instructions, you'll be on your way to adding some boho charm to your home décor!
A list of materials
To make a macrame feather wall hanging, you will need: - 3/8"" wide natural cotton cord (at least 4 yards) - Scissors - Tape measure or ruler - 2 wooden dowels (each 18"" long) - Pencil - Hot glue gun and hot glue sticks - Paint (optional) 1.
A step by step guide
This craft project is perfect for both beginners and experienced macrame artists. You can make a beautiful wall hanging in just a few hours, using simple materials that are readily available at any craft store. Here's what you'll need: - Macrame cord, jute or hemp twine (about 12 feet) - Feathers (6 to 8, depending on the size of your wall hanging) - Wooden dowel rod (12 inches long) - Paint or stain (optional) 1. Begin by painting or staining your wooden dowel rod, if desired. Let it dry completely before proceeding to the next step. 2. Cut six lengths of macrame cord each measuring two feet long . Tie one end of each length onto the top of your dowel rod , making sure they're evenly spaced out . These will be used later to hang up your wall hanging . 3 Attach feathers onto remaining lengths of cord , again tying knots at either end so they're secure . The number and size of feathers you use is entirely up to you - experiment until you find an arrangement that looks good to you . 4 To finish , take all 6 featherless cords and tie them together in a knot about 6 inches from the top of the dowel rod .
Cut Your Cord
In this section, we will be discussing how to cut your cord for a macrame feather wall hanging. We will also touch on the benefits of cutting your cord. This is an important step in creating your wall hanging, so please read carefully!
How to Cut Your Cord
If you're looking to add a bit of bohemian flair to your home, consider making your own macrame feather wall hanging. This project is relatively simple and only requires some basic supplies that can be found at any craft store. Plus, it's a great way to repurpose old fabrics or salvaged cordage. Here's what you'll need: -About 2 yards of thick cotton cord (or 5-6 strands of thinner cotton twine) -Scissors -Ruler or measuring tape -[Optional] Paint for adding color to the feathers To get started, cut your cord into ten 14"" lengths. You may want to use fewer or more strands depending on the look you're going for - just keep in mind that each strand will create one feather. Once all your cords are Cut, take two pieces and tie them together in the center with an overhand knot, leaving about 6"" of excess cord at the top. Continue this process until all 10 pieces are tied together.
The Benefits of Cutting Your Cord
There are many benefits to cutting your cord. Doing so will allow you: - To create different lengths of cords for different projects. - To avoid having one long, continuous cord that is difficult to manage. - To have greater control over the tension of your cord while macrame-ing.
Make the Knots
In this section, we will be discussing how to make the perfect knot for your macrame feather wall hanging. We will also be exploring the history of knots and why they are important in this type of craft.
How to make the perfect knot
To make a macrame feather wall hanging, you will need: - Macrame cord - A tapestry needle - Scissors Start by measuring out the length of cord you'll need. Cut three lengths of cord, each twice the desired length of your finished project plus an extra foot for knots and fringe. Fold all cords in half and use a lark's head knot to attach them to your chosen hanger at the center top . Next, divide the six strands into two groups of three and make a simple knot about four inches down from the top loop. Continue making these kinds of knots until you reach the bottom edge of your feathers. To finish, cut off any excess cord and add tassels or beads if desired.
The history of knots
There are many different ways to make knots, and each one has a unique history. The most common knot used in macrame is the square knot. This knot was originally developed by sailors as a way to secure their sails while at sea. It's simple yet strong design made it perfect for use in macrame projects. Today, there are many variations of the square knot that can be used to create beautiful designs. To make a basic square knot, start by tying two ropes together with an overhand Knottyrope Macramé Wall Hanging Feather kit contains nine 12-inch natural feathers; 27 yards 3mm white cord (MADE IN THE USA); wall hanging instructions.. thread through your chosen feather(s). Cross the left rope over the right rope and tie them together once more with another overhand know making sure you pull tight so both sides look equal then take hold of both pieces again this time tieing an under hand know."" How to make a Macrame Feather Wall Hanging.
Attach the Feathers
In this section, we'll show you how to attach the feathers to your wall hanging. We'll also discuss the benefits of attaching the feathers. By the end of this section, you should be able to confidently attach feathers to your macrame project!
How to Attach the Feathers
There are a few different ways that you can attach the feathers to your wall hanging. You can use hot glue, which is quick and easy, but not as durable as some of the other options. Sewing or stapling the feathers on is more time-consuming, but will result in a stronger finish. If you want to get creative, you could try using string or thread to tie the feathers onto the wall hanging. This method gives you a lot of flexibility in terms of how you arrange the feathers - experiment until you find a design that looks good to you!
The Benefits of Attaching the Feathers
There are many benefits to attaching the feathers to the wall hanging. First, it adds texture and interest to the piece. Second, it helps to hide any imperfections in the knots or weaving. Third, it gives the wall hanging a finished look. Finally, it makes it easier to hang on a wall or door.
Hang It Up!
Looking for a unique and stylish way to dry your clothes? Why not try using a macrame feather wall hanging! This type of drying rack is both decorative and functional, providing you with a beautiful way to display your laundry while it dries. Plus, there are many benefits to air-drying your clothes instead of using an electric tumble dryer.
The Benefits of Hanging Clothes to Dry
Drying clothes outdoors has many benefits, especially in the summertime. The sun and fresh air can help to sterile clothing and eliminate any odors. Drying your clothing also tends to preserve their color and shape better than using a dryer. Best of all, it’s free! Here are a few tips for hanging your clothes outside: - Choose a sunny day with low humidity to hang your clothes so they will dry quickly. dries best in direct sunlight - consider line drying them inside on cloudy days or during humid weather;- Look for spots that are out of the way of foot traffic or pets so your clothes won’t get dirty;- Use wooden hangers or clips rather than metal ones, which can rust.- Be sure to take down your laundry as soon as it is dry so it doesn’t mildew overnight.
The Convenience of a Clothesline
A macrame feather wall hanging is a great way to add some interest to your walls. It's also a convenient way to hang up clothes without having to use nails or screws. Here's how you can make one: First, gather your supplies. You'll need rope, scissors, and something to tie the rope around (a dowel rod or branch works well). Next, cut the rope into six equal lengths. Tie each length of rope around the dowel rod or branch firmly, leaving about an inch of slack at the end. Once all six ropes are tied securely, begin braiding them together tightly until you reach the end. Finish off by tying a knot in each braid and trimming any excess rope. Hang your beautiful new wall hanging on a hook or nail and enjoy!