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Macramé

Macramee is a handicraft technique that is becoming increasingly popular. Wool and yarns are not only simply knotted but in macramé with artful knots are processed into trendy hanging baskets, practical hanging shelves or trendy dream catchers.

While classic knotting is mainly used for creating cozy pillows and rugs, knotting under the term macramé goes one step further: with simple knots friendship bracelets can be made, with each additional knot learned, artful wall hangings and even DIY hammocks and chairs are created! Simple natural rings become shopping nets. Metal rings become lampshades, and old wooden boards can even be "upcycled" into decorative wall shelves with the help of knotting techniques.

Knot hanging baskets! This season, it is impossible to imagine contemporary home decor without them. The natural look, the use of environmentally friendly natural materials and the possibility to combine them with recycled materials in macramé fascinate us all.Enjoy the relaxing knotting, discover the technique for many new trendy home accessories - from large oriental wall hanging or DIY seat pouf to small lanterns on the garden table, there are many design possibilities. In addition to natural colored yarns and classic embroidery twist, many other colorful wools and yarns are thus also suitable for the macramé hobby.

You will find that knotting is not an "old hat" but as a handicraft technique as trendy as ever and will certainly accompany us in all areas of our everyday life for a long time in the coming years.

Macramé

Macramé

Macramé Bunnies and Flowers

Macramé Bunnies and Flowers

Macramé is classic knotting, knotting and braiding - discover this technique for your new modern stylings

Yarn for macramé

Fine yarns and cords for small macramé ideas

Macramé rope

Large cords of jute or sisal for great projects

Macramé material

Useful accessories

Macramé jewelry

Idea: Shell bracelet with macramé clasp

Fascinating macramé idea with light

Macramé pendant lamp

Macramé pendant lamp

VBS Glass for tea lights "Bowl", two of them

VBS Glass for tea lights "Bowl", two of them

The Macramé-technology is versatile

Schachenmayr Ma-Ma-Macramé Vol. 2, 500g

Instructions: Trendy hanging basket

Anleitung trendy Blumenampel

Cotton-Cord

Baumwollkordel

Terracotta-Pots

Terrakotta töpfe

DIY jewelry

Macramé hanging basket

Bunnies and Flowers

  • DIY jewelry

  • Macramé hanging basket

  • Bunnies and Flowers

Bright garland with macramé feathers



Macramé

Macramee is a handicraft technique that is becoming increasingly popular. Wool and yarns are not only simply knotted but in macramé with artful knots are processed into trendy hanging baskets, practical hanging shelves or trendy dream catchers.

While classic knotting is mainly used for creating cozy pillows and rugs, knotting under the term macramé goes one step further: with simple knots friendship bracelets can be made, with each additional knot learned, artful wall hangings and even DIY hammocks and chairs are created! Simple natural rings become shopping nets. Metal rings become lampshades, and old wooden boards can even be "upcycled" into decorative wall shelves with the help of knotting techniques.

Knot hanging baskets! This season, it is impossible to imagine contemporary home decor without them. The natural look, the use of environmentally friendly natural materials and the possibility to combine them with recycled materials in macramé fascinate us all.Enjoy the relaxing knotting, discover the technique for many new trendy home accessories - from large oriental wall hanging or DIY seat pouf to small lanterns on the garden table, there are many design possibilities. In addition to natural colored yarns and classic embroidery twist, many other colorful wools and yarns are thus also suitable for the macramé hobby.

You will find that knotting is not an "old hat" but as a handicraft technique as trendy as ever and will certainly accompany us in all areas of our everyday life for a long time in the coming years.