Added by on 2018-07-14

Here’s a link to basic macramé knots. Basic Macramé Knots DIY Macramé Wall Hanging Supplies: Pot (& Plant) Macramé Cord (3mm) Scissors Tape Ruler Knots: Lark’s Head Knot: Fold a cord in half and place it over the other cords. Bring the ends through the hole created and pull them tight. Gathering Knot: Gather your cords. Create a U shape with an extra cord. Wrap it around the cords and pass the end through the loop created. Pull the top cord to tighten the loop. Spiral Stitch Knot: (It’s the first half of a square knot.) Hold the middle cords straight. Bring the left cord over the middle cords and under the right. Pull the right cord through the number 4 created. Use the same cords to continue making knots. Square Knot: Hold the middle cords straight. Bring the left cord over the middle cords and under the right. Pull the right cord through the number 4 created. Then, do the opposite. Make a backwards 4 with the right cord over the middle cords and under the left. Pull the left cord through the backwards 4 created. Alternating Square Knots: After creating groups of square knots, make a square knot using 2 right cords from 1 group and 2 left cords from the group to the right of it. Steps: I cut 8 cords at 6 yards each. (I ended up having a lot of extra cord.) I also cut an extra cord at about 2 yards. Fold the cords in half to find the center. I made a lark’s head knot with the extra cord. Then, tape it down. Separate a cord on each side. Then, make 8 square knots. Untie the extra cord, turn it around, and make 8 square knots (starting with the right cord). Fold the […]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

 

3 Comments

  • louise L 2 months ago

    what happens to the extra cord you use at the begining to make a larks head knot?

  • Kat Becker 2 months ago

    Hi love the video! Just wondering what is the size planter you used for this project?

  • ERS Crafts 2 months ago

    Wow…Very Nice