Spring is in the air! Are you ready for a new Monthly Macrame Challenge? I sure am! This May we’re making my simple but fun X-Knot Macrame Plant Hanger for beginners!
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May Monthly Macrame Challenge
For our new May Macrame Challenge, we’re making my latest plant hanger design with a super cute colorful X-Knot. This pattern is perfect for beginners and will show you a fun way of incorporating more colors into your Macrame pieces!
When I first discovered this cute X-knot via Macrame with Aya, I immediately envisioned this fun and colorful plant hanger. I’m so happy I get to share the tutorial with you now so you can learn how to make this easy project too!
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Easy X-Knot Macrame Plant Hanger Tutorial
Are you excited to get started with this cute Macrame plant hanger? I can’t wait to see your colorful designs!
In the first part of this video tutorial, I will teach you the easy way of making the X-Knot so you can slowly get the hang of it. In the second part, I’ll show you a way to speed up this knotting pattern, so make sure to watch until the end!
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Supplies needed for this challenge
- 8 x 370 cm / 146 inches Cream 3mm 3-ply cords by Nook Theory
- 2 X 50 cm / 20 inches Cream 3mm 3-ply cords by Nook Theory for making 2 gathering knots
- 4 x 250 cm / 100 inches Lilac 3mm 3-ply cords by Nook Theory
- 1 x small wooden or metal ring
- 1 x small pot (mine is 9cm / 3.5 inches from Ikea)
You are free to slightly alter the pattern, change the size of the project, and can of course use your own favorite Macrame cords and colors.
How to join our May Monthly Macrame Challenge
- Join our Monthly Macrame Challenge Facebook Group and watch the tutorial provided in this blog post.
- Follow Macrame for Beginners on Instagram and subscribe to Macrame for Beginners on YouTube.
- Upload a photo of your gorgeous Macrame Plant Hanger with X-Knot in the Monthly Macrame Challenge Facebook Group with the hashtags #maymacramechallenge + #monthlymacramechallenge.
Get a Shout-Out on Instagram
Share your project on Instagram with the hashtag #monthlymacramechallenge and tag @macrameforbeginners for a shout-out. I can’t wait to see your beautiful creations!
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