You will have lots of fun making this heart shaped wreath and it will look great in your home or why not gift it to a friend? With just a few simple knots you will be able to recreate this project.
Tutorial by @_twome
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Soft Grip Fabric Scissors 25cm
Masking Tape 21mm x 20m
Hemline Tape Measure
ReTwisst Natural Macrame String 5mm 500g
Wire Heart Wreath 28cm x 28cm
Fix the heart frame on a flat surface with masking tape
Cut 2 x 3.6 meters of string and tie at the bottom of the heart-shaped metal frame using the Lark’s head knot
Cut 4 x 1.5 meters of string and tie two on each side of the previews strings using the Lark’s head knot
Use string #7 as a guide tie a diagonal line of Double Half Hitches going from right to left.
Use string #6 as a guide tie a diagonal line of Double Half Hitches going from left to right.
Take the 6 strings in the middle and tie a Square Knot, making sure that you use the 2 strings in the middle as filler strings.
Close the diamond with two lines of Double Half Hitches
Next, make a smaller diamond of Double Half Hitches using the 6 strings in the middles
Using the 4 strings in the middle tie a sinnet of Half Square knots 15cm long
Turn the macrame, cut 1 x 50cm of string and use to tie a Gathering Knot below the
sinnet of Half Square. Turn your macrame back.
Cut 8 x 1.2 meters of string and tie 4 on each side of your macrame using the Lark’s
Cut 4 x 2.4 meters of string, fold each string with one end 80 cm long and the other 1.6
meters. Tie 2 on each side of your macrame using the Lark’s head knot, making sure
that the two 80cm ends are in the middle.
Tie a sinnet of Half Square knots 25cm long on both side.
Turn your macrame. Cut 2 x 50cm of string and use to tie a Gathering Knot below the
two sinnets of Half Square. Turn your macrame back.
Cut 4 x 1.6 meter of strings. Using the Larks Head Knot tie two strings next to each sinnets.
Cut the fringe into a ‘V’ shape, straight or randomly.
Cut 52 x 12cm of string and tie them around the heart frame to cover it using the Lark’s
head knot. Make your knots tight.
You can brush the ends of the strings
Tie a piece of string using the Lark’s head knot, in the middle of the frame, to hang your
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