Basic guide to macramé knots to create 10 modern decorative and fashion accessory projects

Enjoy Original Macramé and the magic of macramé! Combine different knots and yarn lengths to create 10 modern decorative and fashion accessory projects. Learn how to make the basic macramé knots with the help of our step by step videos. Each project is explained in a clear and simple way. The instructions include information about materials, knots employed, measurements, descriptions and illustrations of each step.

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10 Original DIY Macramé Projects

Get the Original Macramé PDF and enjoy making 4 different plant hangers, a pair of matching cushions, a handbag, a spectacular circular lamp with fringing or an ethnic bracelet and necklace set. Follow the step by step instructions to transform a few balls of Scuby Cotton into 10 beautiful decoration ideas.

1. Kalkhu double hanging plant pot cover made with only 1 ball of Scuby Cotton.

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2. Kayseri plant hanger made with only 1 ball of Scuby Cotton. 🎁 Download the Free Tutorial in PDF on our web.

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3. Nesite macramé plant pot hanger made with only 1 ball of Scuby Cotton.

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4. Assur decorative plant pot cover made with only 1 ball of Scuby Cotton.

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5. Akkad macramé cushion made with only 2 balls of Scuby Cotton.

6. Ninive cushion with fringes made with only 2 balls of Scuby Cotton.

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7. Uruk handbag made in macramé with 5 Scuby Cotton cakes.

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8. Mitra macramé lamp made with 2 balls of Scuby Cotton.

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9 & 10. Aramati bracelet and necklace made with 2 balls of Katia Alabama.

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Have you fallen in love with any of these designs? Each one of them is available in a downloadable individual PDF pattern format (1.95€ / $2.46 / £1.79). Do you want ALL the patterns in one PDF format only? Then why not purchase the complete digital magazine (3.95€ / $4.98 / £3.62), only available at katia.com

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Macramé knots for beginners

Learn with each lesson how to work the Basic Macramé Knots required to make all the projects in the Original Macramé collection. Start to learn the macramé technique thanks to our macramé video classes:

  1. Wrap Knot
  2. Larks Head Knot
  3. Vertical Larks Head Knot
  4. Celtic Heart Knot
  5. Diagonal Double Half Hitch (Left to Right)
  6. Diagonal Double Half Hitch (Right to Left)
  7. Horizontal Double Half Hitch
  8. Flat or Square Knot
  9. Josephine Knot
  10. Half Knot Spiral

🎁 Scuby Cotton Giveaway 🍀  

Would you like to receive an assortment of Katia Scuby Cotton and other surprises? Leave a comment telling us which Original Macramé pattern you would make and what color of Scuby Cotton is your favorite. The giveaway draw will take place on the 16th of April 2019 and will be published here. Good luck!

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Scuby Cotton is ideal for making rugs, cushions, baskets, bags or tapestry type hangings to give your home a modern touch. Scuby Cotton is a cotton cord yarn available in a large range of solid colours (24) suitable for knitting, crochet and macrame projects. 

Giveaway winner (16/04/2019)

 

 

10 comments on Basic guide to macramé knots to create 10 modern decorative and fashion accessory projects

  • Kelly Wheeler

    I would love to make the Aramati necklace and bracelet with the Coral and Light Yellow. My favorite color is the Coral. 🙂

  • Elspeth Adcock

    Bestie plant pot holders in 116 117 101 my favourite is cream,but would love to make all the patterns with my new found skill

  • Maggie

    Love this! I would make the assur decorative plant hanger in dark jeans colour 😊🤞

  • Gillian Cole

    I would make the ninevive cushion in colors 120, 121 and 113. They would totally rock my pink themed sitting room. My favorite is colour 120 it just pops!

  • Diane

    More than 50 years ago I made a macramé plant hanger as they were quite trendy and they did wear very well. At that time I could only find white or brown macramé cotton. I would love to try making one again in the fabulous new colours to see if I still have the skill as I now have a slight problem with arthritis. I would choose the fuchsia colour, it looks so bright and cheerful.

  • Laura

    I love the Uruk handbag! And I can totally see it with 123! It looks lovely!

  • Gloria

    I’d start by making the nesite pot hanger in 105, which is my favorite.

  • Allison Hunt

    I’d love to make a pair of the Mitra lamps in either 100 or 105.

  • Francisca medina

    Amaria hacer los cojines ninivr con, flecos y la lampara mitra. Color 105. Aubque me gustan mas colores jejeje

  • Stacy Marie Elliott

    Cody there and make the bag in 123 color or do the lamp shades in the pale yellow or cream or possibly Coral it’s hard to choose I love them all

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