Learn macramé skills to create your own stunning wall hanging with Yodomo.
In this step-by-step photography
With UNLIMITED ACCESS 24/7, you’ll be able to drop in and out of the course at your own pace, and refer back to it anytime. By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Expertly tie a variety of macrame knots
- Understand basic macrame techniques
- Attach your work to the dowel
Through detailed photographs, Katie will take you through each step so that you'll quickly learn the fundamentals of macrame.
With this course + kit, you'll get the perfect way for beginners to learn macrame, delivered to your door. Learn a new skill now!
What's in the kit?
Our kits come with cords come in a variety of popular colours and are supplied cut and measured so you can get started straight away:
- 10 x 3 metre lengths cord
- Painted dowel (32cm long)
- Wooden bead
- Yodomo tote bag
Choose between one of the following colour-ways:
- Charcoal grey
- Natural cotton
- Mustard yellow
- Eucalyptus green
- Terracotta orange
- Hibiscus pink
- Teal blue
- Light grey
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About this macrame course and kit
How is the course taught?
Yodomo courses are taught by select instructors, who are experts in their field. Each course breaks down complex craft skills into easy-to-follow step by step guides, which combine video and photography.
How do I learn with Yodomo online courses?
Instructions on how to to redeem your online course will be provided inside the kit
You can learn anytime, anywhere, on any device with Yodomo, simply by going to My Courses and logging into your account.
Can I gift this course and kit?
Yes, all the information your giftee needs is included in the kit.
Is this course suitable for beginners?This advanced macramé course is suitable for everyone. Learning the skills necessary for this project and creating your own eye-spy wall hanging is made easy with step-by-step guidance and tips by expert maker Katie from By-Me Katie. You will get the chance to practice several types of macramé knots, starting from the simple Lark’s Head (cow hitch) knot to more advanced manoeuvres including the square knot, the diagonal clove hitch and the spiral knot, gradually building on your knowledge of macramé techniques. You can also start with simpler macramé projects such as Katie’s Make a simple macramé plant hanger, or accelerate your knotting knowledge by going straight into this advanced course.
Introduction and Meet the Maker
- What you'll make
- Meet Katie
- A brief history of macrame
Step 1: Measure and Cut Start Measure and cut your cord
Step 2: The Lark's Head
- Fold and tuck
Step 3: The Square Knot
- Take the first four cords
- Bend cords
- Pull cords
- Complete the knot
- VIDEO: The square knot in action (0:39)
- Continue along the row
- Continue next rows
- Forming triangle
Step 4: The Diagonal Clove Hitch
- Take first vertical cord
- Wrap and tighten
- Wrap cord again
- VIDEO: Repeat diagonal clove hitch from opposite side (1:26)
- Close the triangle
Step 5: The Spiral Knot
- VIDEO: The spiral knot (0:57)
- Continue your spirals
Step 6: Another Diagonal Clove Hitch
- Make a V shape
Step 7: Adding the Bead
- Make a square knot
- Add wooden bead
Step 8: The Final Diagonal Clove Hitch
- The V Shape
- VIDEO: Diagonal clove hitch (1:06)
- Repeat on the other side
Step 9: Add the Final Spiral and Square Knots
- Add spiral and square knots
Step 10: Trimming the Ends
Step 11: Make the Hanger
- Attach the hanger
- Trim Your Finished Wall Hanging
- Your finished wall hanging
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Katie runs her business creating macramé plant hangers/wall hangings and bespoke projects (one being a giant dream catcher) from her home in South East London. Katie has a degree in Textile Design and worked for many years as a visual merchandiser for several high street interior and fashion brands before starting her own business.