Learn how to make a gorgeous and safe Macrame Cat Hammock with this beginner-friendly easy step-by-step video tutorial by talented teacher Habit Made. We’re sure your cats and kittens will love their new hangout spot!
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Macrame Cat Hammock / Hanging Cat Bed
Talented Macrame teacher Dan Soliman from Youtube Channel Habit Made has really outdone herself this time! This amazing Macrame hanging cat bed / cat hammock will look perfect in your home and is super easy to make.
Consisting of mainly square knots, this Macrame cat hammock is a great project for beginners that are looking for something else to make than a wall hanging or plant hanger. Dan’s easy to follow step-by-step video tutorial will guide you through the entire pattern!
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How to make a Macrame Cat Hammock
To make this beautiful and beginner-friendly Macrame Cat Hammock, you’ll need the following supplies:
- A total of approx. 550 to 600 ft. (183 meters) of 5mm 3-ply Macrame cords
- 2 Wooden rings of approx. 7 inches (18 cm) and 12 inches (30 cm) in diameter
- Small round or square pillow of approx. 16 x 16 inches (40 x 40 cm)
Knots to learn
This Macrame Cat Hammock is mostly made with a simple square knot. Take your time to learn the 3 basic knots before you begin with your project and check out this helpful video by Habit Made to get started!
Macrame Cat Hammock Tutorial
Here is the super easy beginner-friendly Macrame Cat Hammock video tutorial by Habit Made that will teach you step-by-step how to recreate this amazing project.
If you want to slow down the video, you can do so by adjusting the Playback speed in the Settings (cogwheel icon on desktop / 3 dots on mobile). On mobile, to quickly skip 10 seconds back or forth in the video, simply double-tap on the left or right of the screen.
More Macrame Cat Hammocks
Dan has made another pretty Macrame Cat Hammock, which you can find in the previous blog post we worked on together here:
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