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Elevate Your Closet: DIY Macrame Cap Hanger Tutorial

Elevate Your Closet: DIY Macrame Cap Hanger Tutorial 2023

Welcome to Sage & Twine! We are here to bring you the most exquisite and beautiful Macrame in the world, at highly competitive prices. Our focus today is one of our highly sought-after items: the macrame cap hanger.

Introduction to Macrame Cap Hangers

Macrame cap hangers are not only a stylish way to store your caps, but they also add an artistic touch to your closet. Typically made on commission, we at Sage & Twine are proud to offer ready-to-ship macrame cap hangers. Each one is crafted with attention to detail and sustainable materials, ensuring a 100% satisfaction guarantee with your purchase.

DIY Macrame Cap Hangers: A Step by Step Guide

Ever wondered how to make a macrame cap hanger? We have a simple guide for you. But before we delve into that, let's answer some of the most frequently asked questions about macrame:

  1. How do you make a macrame plant hanger for beginners? - Here is a beginner-friendly guide to help you get started.
  2. How do you make macrame hanging art? - This guide walks you through the process.
  3. How do you make a macrame hanging knot? - Check out this guide on the basics of macrame knotting.
  4. How do you make macramé feathers? - Here is a detailed tutorial.
  5. How do you tie a simple plant hanger? - Here is a guide to help you out.

Now, let's get to the main event: our macrame cap hanger tutorial.

Materials You'll Need

  • Cotton cord (4mm)
  • A wooden dowel or metal ring
  • A pair of scissors
  • A comb

Steps to Make a Macrame Cap Hanger

  1. Prepare the cords: Cut eight cords of 6-foot length.
  2. Tie the cords onto the dowel or ring using a lark’s head knot. You should now have 16 cords hanging down.
  3. Divide the cords into groups of four. Each group will make one square knot.
  4. Continue tying square knots for each group of four cords until you reach the desired length for your hanger.
  5. Trim the loose ends of the cord to the same length and comb out the fringe for a neat finish.

Other Ways to Use Macrame

But the versatility of macrame doesn't stop at cap hangers. Our macrame hat hangers are another beautiful way to display your wide-brimmed hats. And don't forget to explore other creations, like macrame plant hangers, wall hangings, and more. Check out our most popular picks:


We hope you enjoy making your macrame cap hanger as much as we enjoyed creating this tutorial. At Sage & Twine, our goal is to help you beautify your spaces while providing you with world-class macrame pieces. Happy knotting!

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