Monday, November 25, 2013

You can never have too much macrame, right?

Look what else you can make with macrame!
Look, look!

Fabulous colourful plant hangers by Rustic Blue 9.
You can see more of Susan's knotty work of her facebook page.

pot hangers by Rustic Blue 9
Here are the cutest little dolls made with recycled tshirts.
You can find out how to make them on Between the Lines blog.

puppets by Between the Lines

I just adore these lampshades by Sally England.

chandeliers by Sally England

Oh my word!
Look at this fabulous chair.
You can have one too - made to order by Majik Horse on etsy.

swing chair by Majikhorse
Or why stop at that?
Get a canopy bed as well!

bed canopy
Oh no, sorry.
It looks like you have to make your own but you can buy the pattern book from grammysyarngarden on etsy.

Maybe this is a bit more achievable -

something to do with shells.
Something to do with all those shells that the kids collect on holiday.
I found it on pinterest and the tutorial is supposed to be here, but I couldn't find it.

And last but not least - or maybe it covers the least!

found on babefart blog
Um, couldn't get any info on this one, but it's probably in some 70's craft book somewhere!

Are you inspired?


The Creative Beast said...

Thank for stopping by my blog! To answer your question, i was selling some goods at a yard sale a friend was hosting, but I sure do love a good flea market or yard sale =-)
Love all the macrame featured in your post! I must admit, I AM inspired!

Rachaeldaisy said...

What a great collection of macrame pictures and ideas!! I've got some macrame pot plant hangers. I used to have them hanging at the front of the last house we lived in. I really should get around to hanging them again.

planettreasures said...

Macrame is to versatile!
I love yard-saleing too!
And you have some other very intriguing images in that post, I can see I'll have to follow you more closely : ) (Creative beast)

planettreasures said...

Yes, Rachael, and I love that the hangers now are so bright an colourful...must get me some too!

Tins and Treasures said...

I love the little doll...and I certainly have enough old tshirts to recycle! Thanks for the link!!

Have a fabulous Friday. Take care ~Natalie

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