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Macrame Patterns: Paper Towel Holder - Macrame Lovers Blog

Macrame Patterns: Paper Towel Holder

by Macrame

This is another quick and easy macrame pattern from “Judys Way With Macrame.”  This pattern is to create a paper towel holder and will add a touch of elegance and handmade love to any kitchen. Another use for this piece might be in the craft room, to hold a couple rolls of ribbon.

Paper Towel Holder:

Finished Length: 17″ including fringe

MACRAME SUPPLIES:
14 yards 4-5mm cord that will unravel
One 2 ” wood ring — painted or stained
3/8″ dowel rod 161/2″ long – painted or stained
Two 3/4 inch or 20mm beads

PREPARATION:

Cut 4 cords 31/2 yards long

DIRECTIONS:

1. Left side of ring— Lark’s Head 2 cords onto ring.
Then adjust so that center cords are 30″ long.
Right side of ring — repeat as for left side.
2. Tie 12″ of Half Knots (HK) with each group of
4 cords.
3. Tie a Square Knot (SK) button with 5 knots per
button, with each group of 4 cords.
4. Tie 1″ of HK under each button. Trim ends to
4″ and unravel cord ends.
5. Using the scraps which were cut off, put 4 cords
across the ring between the 2 sets of cords. Wrap,
using a scrap piece and trim to two inches and unravel.

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Julia Lensi June 6, 2011 at 7:53 am

Thank you sooooo very much for the macrame patterns…. I love macrame…. hardest thing is finding materials…. hopefully, here in albuquerque nm someone will include these materials in their crafting departments.
Thank you again and please, keep ’em coming… God Bless.

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Macrame June 16, 2011 at 12:25 pm

You are very welcome Julia! I would recommend ordering supplies online, as you will find a better selection and be able to get just what you need. There are two places I can recommend:

http://www.acajou-crafts.com (This one is my favorite, they carry lots of unique beads and items.)

http://www.macramesuperstore.com They have a wide selection of cord and basics, so you can’t go wrong.

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