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A Trend from the Past
During several periods of history, the moments of macrame were spent in the spotlight. When most people paint these woven decor pieces, they often think that the summit has reached its peak – in the 1970s, everything was the bohemia madness.
However, its popularity has determined the age of bells and bravery for hundreds of years. It was the first anger among Arab weavers in the 13th century. Queen Mary introduced it to the British in the 17th century. Then there was another revival of lace fabrics that appeared as small, knotted designs, about 100 years before the weaving technique emerged in the Victorian era in the 70s.
And now it’s back again, and perhaps better than ever, thanks to innovative craftsmen and producers. As decor trends shifted towards boho detail and eclectic design, a natural progress was made to bring back the macrame. To see proof of this, look no further than Etsy or your Pinterest.
If you haven’t jumped on today’s macrame train, you can imagine the worn owl with beaded eyes dangling for years in a corner of your family’s house. Although these macrame products are truly justified in new and vintage-inspired spaces, today’s designs use old and newlyweds with the techniques of time.
In order to stay true to the decline nature of the office while embracing it in the 21st century, some design inspirations have been given here to get you started.
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The plant cannot obtain more classical macrame than the hanger. Your mother was undoubtedly hanging in your house while you were growing up. Now the plants are cool again (but never cool?) And leafy greens cover trend areas, meaning macrame plant hangers, especially those hangers with fine, twisted details. Keep yours near the windows, complete with this ideal Instagram-ready lighting.
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Teddy and Wool / Etsy
Macrame works of art turn into modern times when presented as a contemporary version of the dreamcatcher. Circles and light macrame are the perfect work of art for today. Traditionally, dream catchers hang on top of the bed, a place where such pieces will appear at home.
Macrame Wall Hanger, $ 85.56, Teddy and Wool Etsy
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How to get this ad? Small glass jars are used in macrame creations. Buy them from Etsy or try your hand through tutorials available on Pinterest. The fabrics add some comfort to the candle holders that can be displayed on a nightstand, a bathroom counter or an outdoor patio.
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As for macrame, wall hangings tend to be standard. Only the options in Etsy are dizzying and your purchase really depends on your personal taste. Do you prefer heavy weaving or light? Short or long? Is it white or dipped? And nowadays, you can even order macrame wall art hanging from a piece of wood that has been redesigned. They are versatile and can fit almost anywhere in the house, like a tiny wall that requires something to fill, or a gallery where framed prints can be placed next to them.
Yes, the way back to exhibiting a macrame hammock would be in a backyard, but we think it works better inside. Hang in a corner to serve as a comfortable reading corner or on a three-season veranda where you can enter the outdoor landscape and watch Netflix.
The macrame also makes a pleasant contribution to a chair or stool, as a decorative accent or as a nice place to sit if the fibers are intact. Either way, placed in a corner between plants and other decorative objects will look charming or show a few around a dining table.
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It is no coincidence that a macrame garland doubles as easily as a belt, as Stevie Nicks wore in the ’70s. Instead, place yourself in this way on a wall hanger, on your bed or on a door or along a window.
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Jump from the pages of an anthropologist’s catalog to make your house look as if you’re jumping by showing macrame bookmarks or a runner on your dining table. Macrame works for a wide range of table titles from boho to the beach and more. It offers a comfortable yet stylish vibration.
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These are not as noisy as the 70s bead curtains. For a line of imagination to add to any door (preferably one with a breeze), hang a flowing macrame screen. But to feel this tension, leave a mark on Etsy or an oh-so-70s butterfly antique shop.
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For a floral-child touch, bring a chandelier décor with macromeda. You can either hang it on your own as part of a conversation, or include the ability to put many of them into an LED light, giving the room a mysterious glow. Yes, macrame is definitely the design trend of the watch and we don’t know how long it will stay this time, but let’s enjoy it while we’re here.
How to make macrame feather bag charms
- macrame yarn
- sharp scissors
- wood beads
I started using a piece of macrame yarn about 20 inches long. Fold it in half and place it on a clean surface as shown below.
You also need two pieces of yarn that are 8 inches long and folded in half.
One of the short sequences should be placed under the longer track as shown in the photo below. You can see the entire stream in my video above.
Place the other short rope on top and pass the ends over the tops. This is actually called a square node.
Pull all of them firmly and push the knot into the desired area so that the ends are the same length.
Then knot the base / end of the long string so that the square node can shift from the bottom.
After that you need to keep stacking square knots to get the length you want.
I made my feathers 10 to 12 inches long.
After completing the stacking of the square nodes, you need to remove and scan the macrame thread.
I like to do this part while watching a Netflix show. It calms me down. I know… Weird im
After going all over the macrame feather, you should end up with something you see below.
Now it’s time for a haircut to give a feather shape for wallet jewelry.
Finally you can slip a wooden bead on the end of the rope.
And here you have a very large macrame bag hammer.