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I just created my first instructional eBook on Amazon and I could not possibly be more excited!  First, because WOW, I created an eBook!  (Not bad for a baby boomer grandma!)  Second, because of what the book is about.

I’ve mentioned this before, I’m a 70’s girl.  Do you remember what craft was really popular in the 70’s?  Yes, macramé!  I love macramé and I couldn’t be happier about the fact that it is making a comeback.

This is a pattern for a fall wreath that will look beautiful on your front door, or hanging on an inside wall.

The flexibility of the wreath is great.  You can make it in colors and choose decorative items to coordinate with any season.  Thinking ahead toward Christmas?  Choose Christmas colors and items to complement.

It’s easy to make too, so don’t be intimidated.

There are only 5 basic knots used:

  1. Reverse Larks Head
  2. Double Half Hitch
  3. Square Knot
  4. Alternating Square Knots
  5. Half Knot

Macramé Wreath Supplies:

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  1. Round wooden disk or plaque
  2. Chalkboard paint
  3. 12 wooden barrel beads
  4. Bonnie macramé cord – 6mm size, 100 yards
  5. 19″ metal hoop
  6. 8″ metal hoop
  7. Seasonal decorative items to add to your wreath
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I ordered the cord I used from Amazon and purchased the beads, hoops and decorative items at Hobby Lobby.

You can download the step-by-step instructions and make this beautiful wreath to wow your guests, just Click here!

If you have any questions concerning the instructions, please feel free to contact me and I’ll be happy to try to help in any way I can.

Thank you for taking the time out of your busy day to read my little blog.  I really appreciate each one of you!

macramé wreath



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Kris September 27, 2016, 10:34 am

Wow. Macrame! I used to do it when I was a newlywed in the 1970s. It would be fun to try something once again. Thanks for the idea!
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Teresa September 27, 2016, 2:23 pm

It’s time to try it again! I have discovered (once again) that I really enjoy macramé. Thanks for stopping by, reading and commenting.

Grandma Kc October 6, 2016, 1:52 pm

Good Luck with your book! How exciting! My sister used to make the most amazing macrame hangings back in the day. Hadn’t thought about those in a really long time. This would be fun to introduce to my granddaughter!
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Teresa October 7, 2016, 8:02 am

Good morning Kc, So good to hear from you! I discovered that I truly enjoy doing macrame. The projects seem to move along quickly and I like that! I bet Amara would enjoy working with macrame! I think my 11 year old granddaughter would. Let me know! Teresa


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