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Rainbow Macrame Wall Hanging

Step into a world of color and texture with our exquisite Rainbow Macrame Wall Hanging. This stunning piece of art is meticulously handcrafted using the ancient art of macrame, creating a mesmerizing display that will instantly transform any space into a vibrant oasis. The intricate knots and patterns add depth and dimension, making this wall hanging a true work of art. Whether you hang it in your living room, bedroom, or even your office, it will undoubtedly become the focal point of the room, drawing the eye and sparking conversations. Let the vibrant hues and intricate details of our Rainbow Macrame Wall Hanging breathe life into your space and bring a touch of bohemian elegance to your home. 

Materials Needed

  • Yarn in a rainbow of colors
  • A wooden dowel
  • Twine or string
  • A few white paper flowers (learn how to make giant paper flowers here)

Instructions

Step 1: Cut 12-15 pieces of yarn in each color. The pieces should be approximately 20 inches long, but it’s really up to you and how big you want your final piece to be.

Step 2: Fold each piece of yarn in half and attach it to the dowel with a Lark’s Head Knot, like this:

Continue attaching all of the yarn pieces to the dowel. Just make sure that you tie the knots the same direction so that you have a uniform look at the end.

Step 3: Once all of the yarn is attached, you can choose to make more knots or leave it as is. It’s up to you! Once you are happy with the way it looks, trim the ends. I made a slightly rounded shape along the bottom. It would be cute to do a sharp point or you could even cut a straight edge. Again, it’s personal preference.

Step 4: Add a string for hanging.

You could stop here and you’d have a pretty darling project.

Or you could whip up some paper flowers and take this craft to the next level of cuteness.

I attached my flowers directly to the wall with push pins, but the velcro Command Strips would work well if you’re concerned about making holes in the wall.

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