Coffee & DIY - 9 - Macrame Tapestry - Sheologie
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Sheologie, women, ministry, Calvary Church, Albuquerque, Lenya Heitzig
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Macrame Tapestry

Supplies

  1. Wooden dowel
  2. Ball of yarn
  3. Scissors
  4. Tape
  5. Wooden beads

Instructions

Step 1: Measure lengths of yarn; place dowel on a flat surface, begin measuring the yarn from the top of the dowel to the max desired length. Double length of yarn and cut, repeating as needed until there are enough pieces to spread across dowel.

Step 2: Lay in desired pattern; Combine like colors to create fullness. Design pattern bu laying yarn in your preferred order, leaving strands doubles to form a loop at the top.

Step 3: Attach to dowel; once you’ve created a pattern, secure each cluster of yarn to dowel individually by looping strand through itself. Slide the looped strands to one end of the dowel to make room for remaining bunches

Step 4: Dip your mug in the water! The process is soooo fast once the polish touches the water so you’ll want to move quickly.

Step 5: Trim and shape; after making sure strands are even, comb through the yarn to ensure strands are tangle free. Create a chevron shape along the lower portion of yarn using tape. Cut along inside of the tape. Create texture by mixing in beads

Step 6: : Attach hanging cord to dowel.

Supplies

  1. Mugs
  2. Nail Polish
  3. Toothpicks
  4. Container

Instructions

Step 1: Measure lengths of yarn; place dowel on a flat surface, begin measuring the yarn from the top of the dowel to the max desired length. Double length of yarn and cut, repeating as needed until there are enough pieces to spread across dowel.

Step 2: Lay in desired pattern; Combine like colors to create fullness. Design pattern bu laying yarn in your preferred order, leaving strands doubles to form a loop at the top.

Step 3: Attach to dowel; once you’ve created a pattern, secure each cluster of yarn to dowel individually by looping strand through itself. Slide the looped strands to one end of the dowel to make room for remaining bunches

Step 4: Dip your mug in the water! The process is soooo fast once the polish touches the water so you’ll want to move quickly.

Step 5: Trim and shape; after making sure strands are even, comb through the yarn to ensure strands are tangle free. Create a chevron shape along the lower portion of yarn using tape. Cut along inside of the tape. Create texture by mixing in beads

Step 6: : Attach hanging cord to dowel.