We get stuck in these DIY spinning office wedding reception chairs! Let’s start by saying that this isn’t really authority, just over and over again along the lines of simple, double-knot tying. Since thread wall hangers and chairs are now very popular, I blended the two and added some peach mini roses to create this fabulous boho, reception chair decor idea. The view of the flowers hanging in front of the chairs is striking …… but not striking is that they fade at the end of the night. So by adding water tubes to the thread, we can keep the flowers all moist and beautiful!
Don’t Let Nodes Fool You
They may look complicated, but they are literally just normal old double nodes. I kept this project super-simple so that anyone could try and succeed!
Beautiful, thick yarn (one skein does both)
2 – 18 ″ Wood Anchors
16 – 2 7/8 ″ Flower Water Tubes
Handcrafted paint, optional
Mini roses or other small flowers!
Cut 12 pieces of yarn, 72 pieces long for each chair.
It seemed like a good idea to paint the dowels to match the flowers, and if it comes to you, then do it!
Knot Row 1
We’ll start by creating 6 knots around the wooden dowel. Grasp the two pieces of thread, wrap them behind the dowel, and bend both ends inward – then pull firmly. Pulling individual wires will help keep the knot really tight. Place them evenly across the dowel.
CRAFTER TIP: tap or hang your dowel on the wall, making knotting easier.
Knots Row 2
Take only two threads from each of the first two buttons on the left, making a double knot about 1.5 ″ below the dowel. Do this three times.
Knots Row 3
Now take these two ropes between the newly added nodes and double-tie them approximately 3 ″ below the dowel.
Knots Row 4
Insertion of water pipes: Under the anchor altında under the last two nodes you have added, now connect one flower tube to each!
Knots Row 5
On both sides, add a knot at the same level as the water tubes with the remaining two wires.
Knots Row 6
Then, make a row of four nodes of the same height along all yarns, with the exception of yarns at the edges. Then add water tubes to all four nodes.
Knots Row 7 + 8
Working under the flower tubes, create five nodes now, and then add water tubes to the two middle nodes. Then, add a row of four knots to the bottom of the flower tubes, and then finish with a last knot right in the middle! You’re done!
Cut Bits at an Angle
Water in Pipes
Since the pipes are already attached to the thread, your wedding planner can add water to each tube using the old pipette + water number. Remove the cover, add water and replace.
Add beautiful, elegant flowers to each tube… perhaps with a few ferns!
This project doesn’t work well with large flowers like Protea or Peonies… but these mini roses work great and become anemones, astilbe, lilac or delphinium!
Bonding to Chairs
Everyone’s chairs will be different. So you’ll have to find the best way to secure the vines to the chairs at the reception!
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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.