Discover the latest Macrame tutorial of the Week and challenge yourself to learn new knots and techniques! This time we’re making a gorgeous Macrame Half Mandala pattern by talented teacher Fibers of Mine.

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We’re making a Macrame Half Mandala Pattern

Are you ready to get started with this pretty Macrame half mandala pattern? You’ll do amazing pinky promise!

This week’s beautiful tutorial is created by teacher Sasha from YouTube Channel Fibers of Mine. Make sure to subscribe to her channel and watch more of her amazing tutorials!

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Tutorial of the Week Macrame Half Mandala by Fibers of Mine

Macrame Half Mandala Pattern by Fibers of Mine

Learn how to make this beautiful Macrame Half Mandala Pattern and watch the video for beginner-friendly and step-by-step instructions to get started!

Project instructions

Project instructions and cord measurements can be found in the video or in the video description.

On Mobile

To read the video description, tap on the video title in the video above to open the video on your YouTube app. Tap the title again to reveal the video description.

On Desktop

To read the video description, click on ‘Watch on YouTube’ on the video above to open YouTube in a new tab. Under the video click ‘Show more’ to reveal the video description.

How to slow down a YouTube video

If you want to slow down a YouTube video, you can do so by adjusting the Playback speed in the Settings Menu.

On mobile

First, open the video in the YouTube app (see instructions above) and tap on the three dots in the upper-right corner of your screen to open the Settings Menu. Adjust the Playback speed to 0.75x to 0.25x to slow down the video.

To quickly move 10 seconds back or forth in a video, simply double-tap on the left or right of your screen.

On desktop

First, open the video on YouTube in a new tab (see instructions above) and click on the cogwheel to open the Settings Menu. Adjust the Playback speed to 0.75x to 0.25x to slow down the video.

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Love,
Marloes

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