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2022. 6. 15. · Koel Magazine. Here's a free macrame pattern for a laptop mat, which could also be used for a placemat, small table runner, or even a trivet. It uses the square, horizontal half hitch, and diagonal half hitch knots to create an intricate design. Macrame Laptop Mat from Koel Magazine. Continue to 5 of 21 below.
Macramé Artistry 15 Macrame Projects Instant Download PDF 24 pages Printed in 1977. See picture 2 for the table of contents. See the other pictures for the items that can be made with the patterns in this book. Free PDF reader software can be downloaded from either www.adobe.com or www.foxitsoftware.comAll sales of ins
This simple DIY macrame plant hanger proves that you can make a colorful version too! You can find all the instructions and full tutorial over at ' Lia Griffith '. Tons of great macrame tips over at ' HeyLilaHey '. This simple plant hanger tutorial walks you through the whole process, complete with secret tricks to make it easier.
Leaving 1 inch of the rope unwrapped from its open end, start wrapping the yarn around the rope by tying a knot. 2. Wrap the yarn around the rope until you reach the other end of the rope, but make sure to leave an inch intact on that end as well. Leave more than an inch if you're making a larger rainbow. 3.
Macramé is a form of textile produced using knotting (rather than weaving or knitting) techniques.. The primary knots of macramé are the square (or reef knot) and forms of "hitching": various combinations of half hitches.It was long crafted by sailors, especially in elaborate or ornamental knotting forms, to cover anything from knife handles to bottles to parts of ships.