Make your very own Macrame earrings with these easy to follow instructions. This pattern will show you how to make a pair of tassel earrings which you can make in any colour your heart desires. They are a great statement piece for your outfit. If you have ever wanted to make your own handmade earring, this is the perfect pattern to try!
This DIY Macrame Pattern uses multiple knots, and each knot you need to learn comes with a free video tutorial, so even if you are a beginner you will be able to follow along. The downloadable PDF includes step-by-step instructions, with clear images for each step.
If you have ever wanted to make a beautiful set of macrame earrings to go with all your outfits, this macrame pattern is for you! They are also amazing to give as gifts for loved ones. They are quick to make and look gorgeous on anyone.
This pattern uses the following knots:
- Square Knot
- Alternating Square Knot
- Double Half Hitch
- Larks Head
- Wrap Knot
These knots are all beginner knots, with free video tutorials included online!
You will need the following items to create the pattern:
- Cotton/macrame cord.
- Earring hooks
- Tape Measure.
(specific measurements included in pattern, METRIC)
PLUS if you get stuck at any steps along the way, contact Knot Calm and we will happily assist you with any questions and clarify any steps. Email email@example.com for questions.
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