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Macrame : Welcome to Macrame Workshop !

Several hundred satisfied customers. Macrame Workshop exists to make you travel in a bohemian world without moving from your home.

Macrame fan, we offer you the necessary material to make your own Macrame but also interior decorations using this ancestral technique. Choose a Macrame from our store Macrame Workshop: we commit ourselves to send the products all over Europe for FREE and offer you the best prices.

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“Cradles, flowerpots, comfortable hammocks, in the middle of the hippie wave, Macrame weavings are now available in multiple unique tapestries to be fixed on the wall like works of art. ” Le Parisien

Macramé Mural Laura Workshop Macramé Cotton weaving


Enjoy a beautiful wall piece in your home by choosing the Laura Wall Macrame !
This Macrame mural is ideal for a large room like a living room because of its size.
Treat yourself to the luxury of this Boho chic tapestry to make your decoration stand out. Laura Macrame is synonymous with independence, strength and originality. Assert your style with this magnificent decoration !
The Laura Macrame Wall is perfect for highlighting the decorative theme of your house or flat.
The Laura Macrame does not contain any wooden sticks.
Details of the Macrame wall hanging
  • Free standard delivery
  • Size of the tapestry : 115 cm x 110 cm
  • Materials: Cotton and Polyester
  • Cleaning type: Hand wash

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What is Macrame?

Macrame can be defined as the art of a particular weaving of ropes to make any kind of object from a decoration (curtain, tapestry …) to jewelry and many others.

The first Macrames were made with natural materials such as cotton, linen, hemp. Macrame Workshop also uses natural materials for its creations.

Origin of Macrame, why do we say Macrame ?

The origin of Macrame is not precise. To date, we cannot define the exact origin.

It is often said that Macrame originated with Arab weavers. And the art spread to Europe with their conquest between the 7th and 13th century.

Sailors have played a lot to answer the practice of Macrame in the whole world. During their long period at sea, they were busy with this practice knowing that sailors are professional knotters. Some knots are even derived from boat knots.

However, we can find in Latin America in Sumerian times, an art that can be defined as Macrame: “the Quipu of the Andes“. Each Quipu was made of multiple strings of wool or cotton and of different colors. A single “quipu” could have hundreds of strings and thousands of knots.

Thus, the origins remain unclear.

What material is needed to make Macrame ?

There are many types of cord materials, but for Macrame we recommend
natural fibers. The choice will depend on how you want your Macrame to look. Cotton yarn is the most commonly used yarn, especially
in tapestry, as it is a soft textured yarn both visually and tactilely. Other materials such as hemp, sisal, coconut rope have a rougher appearance and are therefore ideal for some outdoor objects in the garden or balcony because they are more durable depending on your decor. To begin with, we recommend cotton yarn, which is the easiest to find and use, and the most popular result for most people.

A little tip : Don’t neglect your sensory pleasure at the touch of the rope given the time
you will spend working on your canvas.

Material list:

  • The rope you will have chosen thanks to the tips above;
  • A support to hold your work such as a wooden branch for a hanging for example;
  • Accessories to embellish your Macrame like beads;
  • A pair of chisels;
  • A work surface or space large enough to properly make your Macrame;
  • Patience !

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