Learn how to make your own simple modern macrame wreath with this easy to follow tutorial using macrame string and faux eucalyptus. This wreath is great for any season and can hang anywhere in your home.
Wreaths are a wonderful way to decorate for any season. You can hang them on your door, above the mantle, or sit them on a shelf as part of a vignette.
But what if you don’t want to change them out every season? What if you could have just one that would work all year round?
We have been slowly simplifying our home and I knew I wanted a wreath that could last through all seasons. I didn’t want to have to store it away along with 3 others for each different time of the year.
I pulled some string from my macrame supplies and took some faux eucalyptus from a pitcher I had it in and made my own simple modern macrame wreath.
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Supplies needed to make a simple modern wreath
- Wooden wreath hoop similar to the one I used
- 3mm Macrame String
- Faux Eucalyptus Stem the one I used was from a garland I cut up
- Small Green Zip Ties
Step 1. Cut your string and attach it to your hoop
Cut one 15′ piece of 3mm macrame string. Attach it to your hoop using a lark’s head knot. You want one of the strings to be about 12 inches long and the other to be 14 feet long.
A lark’s head knot is a beginner knot that is used to start almost any macrame project. It’s one of five macrame knots every beginner should learn.
Step 2. Tie the knots for the simple modern macrame wreath
Wrap 1/3 of the hoop in macrame string with half hitch knots using the 14′ piece. Loop the string over the hoop and bring it through the loop you made and pull tight.
You can see how to tie a half-hitch knot in the video below.
You may have string left over, but it is better to be safe than sorry when making sure you have enough string.
If you run out of string, simply add more by doing the same thing you did in step one.
Make sure to pull the half hitch knots nice and tight so they don’t roll on the wooden hoop. I made sure my knots were tied so that the ribbing would be on the side of the hoop, which will be the back when it’s hanging.
Step 3. Tie off the end
Once you are done wrapping, make one half hitch knot with the short piece of string. Tie a regular knot as tight as you can and as close as you can get it to the hoop.
Next, using a bobby pin, feed the string under the half hitch knot and cut off the excess so it doesn’t hang down in view.
Step 4. Add eucalyptus to the macrame wreath
Add the eucalyptus using zip ties. I chose green in the hopes that they would blend in and not be as noticeable. They don’t really show, but next time I’ll probably use floral wire.
You could attach it using a glue gun, but this should only be done if you plan on hanging it in the house, not on an exterior door. You don’t want the sun melting your glue and the eucalyptus to fall off. Yes…that may have happened to me on a previous project. LOL!
Step 5. Finish
Tie a knot in the long piece of macrame string as close to the hoop as you can. Cut it off so it won’t show.
Tie a short piece of macrame string around the wreath to use as a hanger and you’re done!
I love the simple modern look of this macrame wreath DIY and it only took about 15 minutes to make!
The best part? It can be a fall wreath, a winter wreath, a spring wreath and a summer wreath! No more switching out wreaths for every season. No more storing decor for every season. That’s a win in my quest to simplify our home.
Do you decorate for every season? Are you looking for ways to cut back on all that decor you store away? This macrame hoop wreath will do that for you!
Now go make your own!
More beginner macrame projects
- How to Make a Simple Macrame Wall Hanging with Beads
- Macrame Plant Hanger For Beginners
- Simple Boho Macrame Christmas Ornament
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