Three Knotty Plant Hangers

Use macramé techniques to make decorative plant hangers and suspend your favorite houseplants wherever they’re happiest.

| Fall 2019


These projects use a variety of knots you may already know. If not, however, diagrams are provided. A “sennit” is a row of the same type of knot.

Candy Cane Plant Hanger

Dip dyeing plant hangers is easy and looks great. This 43-1/2-inch-long plant hanger has a loop at the top made out of rope, which is perfect if you don’t have any metal or wooden rings.

Tools and Materials

  • Pink fabric dye
  • Hair brush
  • 3/4-to-1-inch-diameter wooden beads with 1/4-to-3/8-inch holes (4)
  • Twined 3/16-inch cotton rope (46 yards, cut as directed below)


Cut list:

  • 3-3/4 yards (4 cords, filler)
  • 6-5/8 yards (2 cords, working)
  • 8-1/8 yards (1 cord, for the top loop)
  • 9-1/2 yards (1 cord, for the top loop and the wrap knot)




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