I absolutely adore macramé flowers and incorporate them in just about any design as embellishments.
Did you know that you can also use them as décor on their own? Like, with this pattern, you can make several flowers and place them in a little pot to brighten up your space.
Now, you don't have to worry about flowers wilting because macramé lasts forever :) Cool, right?
This beginner-friendly pattern only uses two simple knots: the Double Half Hitch knot and the Gathering knot.
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With that, let's jump into creating this gorgeous little flower!
This project should take 10-15 minutes, depending on your skill level.
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