Macrame Plant Hanger DIY – 5 Ways to Create Your Own DIY Macrame Plant Hangers

Macrame plant hangers used to be very popular a while back. They were something that our grandparents used to have. But they are coming back big-time now and creating them yourself is actually a lot of fun (maybe that’s one of the reasons why they are so popular right now).

Creating macrame planters is actually quite simple to do – if you can tie a knot, you can create one of these. So if you have been a bit anxious about how difficult they might be to create, do not worry. To help you even further, we have compiled these five videos that will make creating your own macrame plant hangers really really easy for you (don’t know what Macrame is? Then check out this Wikipedia article).

If you have been thinking about creating your own macrame plant hangers, here are five videos that will help you to learn about five different ways you can create these crafty and fun plant hangers yourself.

In this article, you will learn about macrame plant hangers that you can create in less than five minutes even if you are completely new about macrame (#1-2). If you are up for a bit more challenge, however (or want something more ornate and intricate), do check out #3-5.

Let’s begin!

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Macrame plant hanger DIY video # 1

This is one of the easiest macrame plant hangers you can create. It is super simple, so if you are new to macrame DIY crafting, this will be the ideal project for you to start with.

You can do this is less than 10 minutes!

Difficulty level – Easy

How long it takes – Less than 10 minutes

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Macrame plant hanger DIY video # 2

Yet another super simple macrame plant hanger – it is even simpler than the first one. This one is so simple that you can create it in less than 5 minutes!

You don’t even need scissors for this – just the macrame rope and the pot, and that’s it.

Difficulty level – Easy

How long it takes – Less than 5 minutes

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Macrame plant hanger DIY video # 3

This macrame plant hanger is a bit more involved than the first two but still fairly easy to do. 

And it looks fantastic!

Even though in the video they used thin macrame ropes, you can do this for bigger plant pots too – just use thicker ropes for a more sturdy plant hanger.

Difficulty level – Easy to Moderate

How long it takes – Less than 15 minutes

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Macrame plant hanger DIY video # 4

This one is a bit more challenging than the last three. But the thing with macrame (and most craft) is, the more ornate and creative it is, the more challenging it is. 

But the end result is totally worth it, as you will see (and hopefully find out for yourself).

For a complete beginner, this will take a bit more time. But still not that much time – even a complete newbie to macrame can get this done in less than 20-25 minutes.

Difficulty level – Moderate

How long it takes – Less than 20-25 minutes

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Macrame plant hanger DIY video # 5

The last one on our list is another moderately challenging macrame plant hanger for you to try. But again, it is not that complicated.

If you follow along with the step-by-step instructions it won’t really take you more than half an hour to create, and that if you are completely new to macrame.

Difficulty level – Moderate

How long it takes – Less than 25-30 minutes

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Now create your own

Hopefully, these videos have demystified the process of creating your own macrame planters and gave you some ideas to try.

These are fun little projects to try during the bank holidays as well as when you have some time off. As you have seen by now, none of the five macrame plant hangers are that hard to create. Once you get the hang of them, you can always try your hand at more intricate ones.

Creating them can be a great way to spend your time and feel good about yourself, as the sense of accomplishment you get from creating something is a great way to feel good.

What do you think of these macrame plant hanger DIY videos? Which one did you find most useful (and interesting)?

Do you have any suggestions or tips to share? Or any other thoughts about creating things with macrame?

Share them in the comments section below.

By the way, when you end up creating you macrame plant hangers, do share it with us. It will be great to see your projects 🙂

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