Are you ready for a new Monthly Macrame Challenge? This August we’re making a super cute Macrame Flamingo Wall Hanging by talented teacher Sheena Joy from Simply Inspired!
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August Monthly Macrame Challenge
For our new August Monthly Macrame Challenge, we’ve teamed up with Macrame teacher Sheena Joy from the amazing Youtube channel Simply Inspired.
To celebrate Summer and enjoy some lovely tropical vibes we both thought a Flamingo wall hanging would be the perfect Macrame project for August!
This pixel style Macrame wall hanging will brighten up any wall AND you get to practice your vertical double half hitch knot in the process. WIN-WIN!
Once you’ve got this knotting technique down, you’ll be able to easily create your very own pixel art Macrame wall hanging projects.
In this video by Simply Inspired you can learn how to make your own custom pattern for your next Macrame pixel wall hanging!
Macrame Flamingo Wall Hanging
Watch Sheena’s tutorial here and learn how to make this super cute Flamingo Macrame Wall Hanging:
Supplies needed for this challenge
- 1 x 12 inch (30cm) wooden dowel
- Measuring tape
- Masking tape
- 18 x 50 inch (127cm) 3mm 3-ply Macrame cords
- 3.35mm single strand cords in the colour natural or white
- 3.35mm single strand cordsin the colour yellow
- 3.35mm single strand cordsin the colour black
- 3.35mm single strand cords in the colour pink (or pink cotton t-shirt yarn for a different texture)
You are free to slightly alter the pattern, change the size of the project, and you can use your own favorite Macrame cords and colors.
On average Sheena uses 120 inch (305cm) cord per color at a time. For the smaller sections, you can reference the video. When you run out of cord, simply attach a new one to continue on with the pattern!
Make sure to adjust your cord measurements when using a different type of cord or different cord thickness than the tutorial suggests.
Where to buy your supplies for this project
Are you looking for high-quality Macrame cords to make this Macrame wall hanging? You can check our favorite local cord suppliers in this handy shopping guide we made for you!
How to join our August Monthly Macrame Challenge
Done? Then simply upload a photo of your Flamingo Wall Hanging in the Monthly Macrame Challenge Facebook Group with the hashtags #augustmacramechallenge + #monthlymacramechallenge.
We can’t wait to see your beautiful creations! Need some help with your project? You can ask Sheena Joy all your questions in our Monthly Macrame Challenge Facebook Group by tagging her name in your post.
How to win our challenge
To win the August Monthly Macrame Challenge there are only 3 simple things you need to do:
3 – Upload a photo of your gorgeous Macrame Flamingo in our Monthly Macrame Challenge Facebook Group with the hashtag #augustmacramechallenge
Optional – Share your project on Instagram with the hashtag #monthlymacramechallenge and tag @macrameforbeginners + @__simply_inspired__ to get featured by us!
What you can win
Our team of moderators and Sheena Joy will judge your photo submissions and pick our favorite Macrame Flamingo Wall hanging to win a $25 dollar Etsy Gift Card.
*The competition closes on August 31 at midnight.
Are you ready?
Join our August Monthly Macrame Challenge now! We can’t wait to see all your lovely Macrame Flamingo Wall Hanging photo submissions 😀 Good luck!
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