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Macrame 3-Pot Plant Holder

By: Wendy Robbins from
Macrame 3-Pot Plant Holder
Macrame 3-Pot Plant Holder

"This indigo macrame planter is not only lovely but functional. It's the perfect size for hanging on a door, too. Supplies include 180 feet of 5mm cotton rope, dowel rod measuring 24" L and 3/4" diameter, and three 15-oz tin cans painted copper. You can find a full step-by-step tutorial on my website, along with thorough knot-tying instructions. This is the perfect project for bringing back the macrame of our mother's day with a modern interpretation."

Materials List

  • 180 feet of 5mm cotton rope
  • dowel rod, 24" L x 3/4" diameter
  • three 15-oz tin food cans, spray painted copper
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Oh wow! This is hands down the best macrame project I have seen so far. I wouldn't think of using these knots as potholders. It has an intricate detailed step by step tutorial if you're dying to make it. Also you need is some tin cans for this tutorial and some macrame rope and your favourite herb seeds or flowers.

Boy, oh boy, her website/page sure is taking a long time to load for me. This will require some patience on my part...but I think it will be worth it, just looking at the awesomeness of the macrame trio of planters in one! I got as far as step four and bopped back here to offer my opinions. I tell you, macrame takes me back. I did some projects for the 4H Club when I was a girl!


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