Improve your macrame skills with this Two Tone Wall Hanging pattern design - a stunning and unique looking wall hanging that is also easy to recreate. This pattern uses multiple knots, and each knot you need to know comes with a free video tutorial online, 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 multi-coloured wall hanging to decorate your space, this is the perfect pattern to try. This design is unique and can be customised by using different colours or hanging materials (such as a dowel or driftwood) to really give it your own personal touch! This means that this pattern can easily be adjusted to suit any room in your house.
This pattern uses the following knots:
- Square Knot
- Alternating Square Knot
- Double Half Hitch
- Wrap Knot
- A Basic Tassel
These knots are all beginner knots, with video tutorials included online!
You will need the following items to create the pattern:
- cotton/macrame cord.
- Bamboo semi-circle or another item to hang cords on.
- 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.
You will receive your instant downloadable pattern PDF after you have processed your payment.
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