DIY Macrame Feathers

Beautiful, wispy macrame feathers have been clogging up my social media feeds as of late - but I'm not mad about it. They're incredibly beautiful and I've definitely found myself bookmarking them to purchase later, to hang in the kids' room. But of course, I was also curious to know how they were made. How in the world do you achieve that perfectly soft fringe?! Well, thanks to Damaris Kovach's amazing tutorial, I finally got all the answers. And it involves a cat brush. Enough said. Honestly though, the possibilities are endless here and I can't wait to play around with this technique more. But in the meantime, I hope I'll inspire you to make these at home.

You'll Need:

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For a medium sized feather, cut:

  • 1 32" strand for the sprine
  • 10-12 14" strands for the top
  • 8-10 12" strands for the middle
  • 6-8 10" strands for the bottom

Fold the 32" strand in half. Take one of the 14" strands, fold it in half and tuck it under the spine.

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Take another 14" strand, fold it in half and insert it into the loop of the top horizontal strand. Pull it through and lay it horizontally, on top of the opposing strand.

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Now pull the bottom strands all the way through the top loop. This is your knot!

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Pull both sides tightly. On the next row, you'll alternate the starting side. So if you laid the horizontal strand from left to right the first time, you'll lay the horizontal strand from right to left next.

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Lay the first folded strand under the spine, thread another folded strand into its loop. Pull the lower strands through the top loop. And tighten.

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Keep going and work gradually down in size.

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Be sure to push the strands up to tighten - grab the bottom of the middle (spine) strand with one hand and with another, push the strands up. Once you're done, drag the fringe downwards to meet the bottom of the middle strand.

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Then, give it a rough trim. This not only helps guide the shape but also helps with brushing the strands out. The shorter the strands, the easier, to be honest. It also helps to have a very sharp pair of fabric shears!

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After a rough trim, place the feather on a durable surface as you'll be using an animal brush to brush out the cording. The brush will damage any delicate or wood surface so I suggest using a self healing cutting mat or even a flattened cardboard box.

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When brushing, start at the spine and push hard into the cording when brushing. It'll take several hard strokes to get that beautiful, soft fringe.

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Work your way down. When you're at the bottom, hold the bottom of the spine while brushing - you don't want the brush to yank any strands off!

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Next, you'll want to stiffen the feather. The cording is so soft that it'll just flop if you pick it up and try to hang it. Give it spray, or two, and allow to try for at least a couple of hours.

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Once your feather has stiffened up a bit, you can now go back and give it a final trim. This, I would say, is the most challenging part. Take it easy. It's better to trim less than more! And you might need to adjust your trim depending on how often you're moving the piece. Once you're done trimming, you can even give it another stray of fabric stiffener for good measure. And then, you'll be ready to hang your piece!

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169 Comments

  1. Berry wrote:

    these are one of the prettiest DIYs you’ve ever featured (and I pretty much love them all!)

    10.3.18
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    • christine monroe wrote:

      Cannot wait to get started on the Macrame Feathers they are so beautiful

      8.8.20
    • Elaní Maria Bühler wrote:

      Ameiii

      9.22.20
  2. this is so beautiful! xo

    10.3.18
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    • Xana wrote:

      Hi! This is Xana. I love your creativity and style. Thanks for sharing it!

      Greatings!
      Xana

      3.6.19
    • You are so creative!

      7.24.19
  3. Jenny wrote:

    I really love this tutorial, but the string you use is so expensive. Do you have an less expensive suggestions?

    10.6.18
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    • Erica wrote:

      @Jenny, if you look on Etsy, you can find sellers that sell smaller quantities. You won’t need 1000ft, which makes the cord so expensive! Try this seller.

      10.8.18
    • Jenny wrote:

      Thank you so much!!

      10.10.18
    • Laura Coburn wrote:

      It’s worth it! Use the 2 strand if you can. I used a 4 strand and it was difficult to comb through and didn’t turn out as flowing and soft. I used a comb and wish I would of used the cat brush. Enjoy

      1.16.21
  4. Kelly wrote:

    What colors did you use for the dye? So pretty!

    10.7.18
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    • Erica wrote:

      I didn’t dye them. I bought them already dyed. But you can definitely dye them yourself!! That would probably have been the most cost efficient way to go 🙂

      10.8.18
  5. Karla wrote:

    ¡Que cosas tan bonitas !. Que padre que compartan sus técnicas !

    10.10.18
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  6. Astha wrote:

    So Amazing and beautiful.
    http://lingayasuniversity.edu.in/

    10.13.18
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  7. María wrote:

    Excellent feathers in macrame technique, there are beautiful and lovely to decorate our beach summer baga, tippically to do keychains or for the corner or to decorate a pillow case or to sew in bed sheets or to make dream Catchers, well, there are for a lot of things and there are easier than other designs. Congrats for the teacher that explain so good. Im very happy ‘cause I looking for those feathers long time ago and never found the rules to does it.
    Thank you
    Best regards
    Sincerely
    Maria

    10.15.18
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    • Lisa wrote:

      What inch length to cut would you recommend for the alternative size feathers, small and large?

      7.28.20
  8. Maria Matinez wrote:

    Me gusta y es natural

    10.17.18
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  9. Shana wrote:

    Again, a great DIY tutorial. Maybe I’ll frame mine and add to my collage wall.

    10.17.18
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  10. This is a reeeeeally good idea! I’ve never really been into the whole macrame trend, but I could get on board with these leaves! They’d look so good in autumnal oranges and browns, then hung up as a seasonal garland. 🙂

    – Mike, http://www.thecraftygentleman.net

    10.19.18
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  11. Terri wrote:

    Great tutorial! Completely understand exactly how to make this craft. Thank you.

    10.21.18
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  12. Chelsea wrote:

    Did you thin out the fabric stiffener liquid?

    11.7.18
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    • Adriana wrote:

      Hola!!! qué clase se spray se usa?

      10.31.19
  13. Mel wrote:

    These are gorgeous, what are the measurements of the finished piece?

    11.9.18
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    • Cathy wrote:

      Did you find out the measurements of the finished piece? I’d love to know 🙂

      6.9.21
  14. Rajendraprasad.Rama wrote:

    Good

    11.9.18
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  15. Ann wrote:

    I love your feather. They are remarkable and look relatively easy to make. Thank you for sharing your ideas. I would never have been able to do it without your instructions. ☘

    11.12.18
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  16. Sophia wrote:

    I love this DIY so much. So easy to do. I have practiced mine.Thanks a lot for this piece.

    11.14.18
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  17. Cindy wrote:

    Soooo Pretty!! Where did you get the hanging basket in the picture, I like those too.

    11.15.18
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  18. Harriet Smith wrote:

    These are really clear instructions to make the Jute feathers.. I thank you generously as I am really excited about making these !!! when my inspiration comes it’s intense. !!

    11.21.18
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  19. Harriet Jane Ann Smith wrote:

    If you use the numbers and lengths of strands,the size of the leaf is rather small. Now I used very soft cording….it just caught me . I will try adding one more smaller set at the bottom?? I would not use it as a singular wall hanging…too small so….make more. The knotting is easy….love it.
    TY for sharing. Instructions well done!

    11.25.18
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    • Sally Jones wrote:

      I found this too, if you count the rows on the pics there are 25-30 plus but the instructions give details for 15 – like you I’ve just added another smaller set at the bottom!!

      Other than that it’s a really good tutorial, thank you x

      1.23.19
  20. Caroline wrote:

    Love this tutorial, reblogging this if it is ok?

    11.27.18
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  21. Sandra wrote:

    Thank you for sharing this diy. I just got the cord in the mail today!
    Am working on my first one. Gotta say, cutting \shaping them is like cutting ones own bangs! *Giggle*

    12.11.18
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    • Erica wrote:

      haha, very true!

      12.12.18
  22. mercedes suarez wrote:

    kool

    12.12.18
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    • Ali Green wrote:

      I really love the macrame feathers idea it’s a lovely modern way to macrame I’m sending the idea to my daughter in Sydney Aus where I taught her to macrame when over there earlier this year. It’s made a revival over there so she will love it. Thank you so much for sharing your ideas.

      6.26.20
  23. muy buena la explicacion del tutorial¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡lo fui haciendo mientas leia me quedo de diezzzzzzzzzzz muchas gracias que se repitan los trabajos

    12.18.18
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  24. muy buena la explicacion del tutorial¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡lo fui haciendo mientas leia me quedo de diezzzzzzzzzzz muchas gracias que se repitan los trabajos soy de ARGENTINA

    12.18.18
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  25. Gaetane wrote:

    Pretty thank you so much

    12.30.18
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  26. This is so pretty! I definitely want to try make some! Great tutorial!

    Cassidy x
    http://www.theglamgreengirl.com

    1.18.19
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  27. OMG. This is so simple, and I have been wondering how to make a macrame feather for my next set of dreamcatchers.

    Thanks for the visually pleasing DIY tutorial, btw!

    1.20.19
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  28. Ezaton wrote:

    I like this very much! I wanna make some but I won’t cut them like you did. It’s just i want them to be ‚‚wild”

    1.30.19
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    • Alyson wrote:

      Hi! Is there a trick to getting the curvature effect? Mine seem to go straight down. Please explain! ❤️

      3.22.19
    • Erica wrote:

      To get the curve, you place it on a flat surface, shape it and spray the heck out of it with the stiffening spray! Let it dry throughly before adding another layer. Hope that helps!

      3.22.19
  29. Norma Quiceno wrote:

    Es hermoso todo lo que enseñan. gracias a todos aquellos que se despojan de egoísmo para enseñarle a los que estamos tan lejos, sin acceso para pagar cursos en taller o como yo que cuido de mi hija con discapacidad cognitiva. Un abrazo a todos

    2.4.19
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  30. Stephanie wrote:

    These are gorgeous!!

    2.9.19
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  31. Laura wrote:

    I clicked on your Pinterest picture because yours were the best looking feathers of the ones I’ve seen. I wanted to find out how you achieved it and it’s explained very well. I’ll definitely be checking out your website!

    2.15.19
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    • Erica wrote:

      Thank you!!

      2.15.19
  32. Lazarus wrote:

    I LOVE YOU SO MUCH. IN A WORLD FULL OF SELFISH PEOPLE,YOU CHOOSE TO BE GENEROUS. THANK YOU SO MUCH. GOD BLESS YOU

    2.17.19
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  33. Christine wrote:

    So self explanatory. Best tutorial on feathers i have seen. Thank you.

    2.18.19
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    • Erica wrote:

      Thanks, Christine!

      2.18.19
  34. MAUREEN JEFFREY wrote:

    All I keep thinking is WTF why haven’t I found this site before there’s not a thing I don’t like or completely love and the macrame feathers are the first thing on my “To Do” list (but don’t tell hubby he thinks that’s painting the bathroom!!!) Thank you and keep it up X

    3.1.19
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  35. Xana wrote:

    Hi! This is Xana. I love your creativity and style. Thanks for sharing it!

    Greatings!
    Xana

    3.6.19
    Reply
  36. Mari wrote:

    Las plumas espectaculares

    3.25.19
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  37. Abby wrote:

    When I spray mine with the stiffening spray, all the pieces of cord curl up really bad. Is there a trick to it?

    4.3.19
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    • Erica wrote:

      Hmmm, I’ve never heard of that happening. Wondering if you need to give it a good brush after it’s been sprayed? Maybe also try laying a heavy book on top? Let me know if either of those work!

      4.3.19
    • Rhonda wrote:

      Why I spray mine the same thing happens, they curl up, and I’m using the same brand of spay. Did you find a solution?

      7.31.20
    • Mindy wrote:

      Ugh. Same! I was so excited for this to work too 🙁

      8.11.20
  38. Linda wrote:

    Where do you find 5 mm for macramae?

    4.3.19
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  39. Linda wrote:

    Where to get 5 mg cord

    4.3.19
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    • Erica wrote:

      You can find it at Niroma or on Etsy.

      4.8.19
  40. Alice O'Hagan wrote:

    Thank you for the information.this well add the finishing touches to my feathers.

    4.19.19
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  41. LAURA wrote:

    excelente

    4.27.19
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  42. Rosiléia wrote:

    Tudo lindo!!!!
    Parabéns !!!!!

    5.7.19
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  43. Wynn Mitchell wrote:

    Hi! I absolutely love these. Would you ever consider selling a few? I’d love to buy!

    5.20.19
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  44. Genevieve Lyon wrote:

    Hi, great instructions, but just a warning about the cat brush when brushing out the yarn! Depending on what you are using – I was using rather a soft cotton yarn, and the cat brush just ripped it to shreds! Luckily it only ruined a few pieces, which were easily replaced. I then used tweezers to separate threads and a plastic comb to finish.

    6.2.19
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  45. CECILIA RUIZ BRAVO wrote:

    Me encantó el método para hacer hojas maravillosas.

    6.21.19
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  46. Just love it!…..I know how to do them, but I need to buy that kind of cord. Thank you for sharing this special project..

    6.27.19
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  47. Pascale wrote:

    Merci pour ce très beau tuto, très bien expliqué et un grand merci pour ce partage

    7.3.19
    Reply
  48. Cathryn wrote:

    I love your site. Thank you.
    Cathryn

    7.13.19
    Reply
  49. Elizabete Almeida wrote:

    Simplesmente adoreii ,eu vou fazer ,, maravilhosooo

    9.9.19
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  50. rahma wrote:

    Hello
    How are you?
    this looks amazing.
    I have a question.
    Is there any replacement for the fabric stiffener?
    thanks a lot

    9.13.19
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  51. Marie wrote:

    Curious. Would this be okay? I see a lot that says single strand like this , https://www.amazon.com/4mm-Macrame-Cord-Single-Hanging/dp/B07RQMF1CS and then many that say 3 strand twisted on Amazon. It is quite confusing their are so many types of rope, cord, string, oh my!
    If the above mention items are not okay, what do you think the difference would be in the outcome with using the other products?
    Finally, one last question. What would I use if I wanted to make small earrings the same way?
    Thanks

    10.8.19
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  52. Laurie wrote:

    Very pretty! Do you think hairspray would work as a stiffener? 🙂

    10.24.19
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  53. Jude McLauchlan wrote:

    I have just found your tutorial – it is great and so simple to follow!
    Are there any alternative cords that can be used for the feathers – other than the single twist cotton string?

    11.13.19
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    • Erica wrote:

      Hi Jude, I haven’t tried any alternative cords. The single twist cotton string is the easiest if you want to be able to brush it out and get that really soft fringe. Hope that helps!

      11.14.19
  54. Isobel wrote:

    Hi my name is Isobel . I absolutely love your features, I appreciate the way yo have explained each step, and how spraying them with stiffener is important , I have looked at a few different instructions You’re instructions are the best Thank you so much
    Kind regards Isobel

    11.19.19
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    • Erica wrote:

      Wow, thanks so much Isobel. What a compliment!! xx

      11.19.19
  55. Carina wrote:

    Just went to make this and realized that there is an error in your instructions.

    If we cut the number of strands you suggest we only end up with 15 sets of cross strands (12+10+8 equals 30 and each cross strand takes 2 pieces)

    All your photos of med feathers show approx 30 cross strands. Therefore we need 60 pieces

    Hope that helps others

    Please note this is not a complaint, just a correction.

    I love the tutorial otherwise.

    ….of to cut 30 more strands

    12.1.19
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  56. IRENE GROAT-CASEY wrote:

    WHAT A FINE LESSON! Will get the supplies and get started.
    Thank you for sharing.

    12.31.19
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  57. Great tutorial. I too wondered how they made those beautiful feathers – amazing thank you

    1.4.20
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  58. Gabi Fez wrote:

    Very straight forward instructions! First tutorial that actually mentions the fabric stiffener!

    1.29.20
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  59. Ell wrote:

    Fantastic. I have always wanted to learn macrame, and the new materials with new patterns is so much fun as well as beautiful. Thank you for sharing this experience with us, it is much appreciated.

    2.17.20
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  60. Pattie George wrote:

    Thank you for sharing this project!
    Going to purchase my string and brush
    tomorrow! I have a piece of drift wood
    Arhat will be used to hang the feathers!
    Excited to ge started!!!
    Happy crafting❣️

    2.25.20
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  61. Amie wrote:

    This is really cool and I loved it!

    4.5.20
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  62. Olga wrote:

    Absolutely gorgeous. Where can I purchase this cotton thread .

    4.6.20
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    • Erica wrote:

      It’s linked in the supply list.

      4.6.20
  63. Brooke Maropis wrote:

    Hi There! These are gorgeous and will now become my new quarantine project 🙂 Can you confirm the 3 colors you used in your post? Was it the white, warm blush, and rust?

    They look beautiful together.

    Thank you!
    Brooke

    4.24.20
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  64. Luna wrote:

    Are the measurements for the strands in Centimeters or Inches? I look forward to making these!

    5.6.20
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  65. daisy den wrote:

    Hello Erica!

    These macrame feathers are so beautiful. Will try them out!

    5.14.20
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  66. Donna Ottosen wrote:

    Where can you get this cord?

    5.18.20
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  67. Wow! These looks amazing!

    5.22.20
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  68. Penny wrote:

    Do you have any tricks for using the stiffening spray? I’m using the same one you have and I find it’s making the cotton cord fringe curl and twist onto itself like like it’s trying to go back to it’s original twisted form…

    5.27.20
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    • Erica wrote:

      Hmmm, interesting. And this is after you’ve brushed it out? Try placing some wax paper or foil and then a really heavy book over it once it’s been sprayed?

      5.27.20
  69. Christina Hurt wrote:

    What are the measurements to cut/trim the rope to look like a feather? I’m having problem with that step.

    6.9.20
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  70. Brittney wrote:

    I used this tutorial to create a large leaf, and it’s beautiful. But when I lift it to hang it, the edges don’t stay flat and it creates this twirled type shape. I’ve sprayed it twice with the fabric stiffener. Any tips for getting it to hang pretty?

    6.13.20
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    • Erica wrote:

      Hi Brittney, if you’ve sprayed it enough and the edges still fall, it could be because the length of the leaves is too long and it’s too heavy. Maybe try trimming it a bit and then try hanging? Let me know if that works!

      6.16.20
  71. Michelle Doll wrote:

    Hi! I really like your tutorial, and you won’t believe where I found it! I borrowed a book on K.U. called “MACRAME’ The Easy Book for Beginners” by Cindy Torres. And tight there in black & white, is your project, along with 2 entire articles from Wikipedia and a whole bunch of stolen art. She even published your pics!
    Now, if you gave permission and she just “forgot” to credit anyone, then I apologize for bothering you. But if it was me, I’d demand money from Amazon. Just sayin…
    Anyway, I like your website & will return. Thanks for putting out cool content.
    Michelle

    6.22.20
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    • Erica wrote:

      Hi Michelle!

      Thanks for letting me know! Do you mind emailing me photos of the pages you’re talking about? Thanks so much!

      erica@honestlywtf.com

      6.23.20
  72. carol wrote:

    When I spray the leaves the ends all curl up. I can’t seem to get the final look of yours. Any Suggestions? Carol

    6.25.20
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  73. Sandra wrote:

    Thank you for chairing your beautiful work is amazing, I love it.

    6.28.20
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  74. isa rotberg wrote:

    So beautiful!!! thanks for sharing it!!

    7.10.20
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  75. Cindy wrote:

    When I spray the leaf with stiffer, the rope curls up. How do I stop that from happening?

    7.21.20
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    • Rhonda wrote:

      When I sprayed mine with the same brand of stiffener, the same thing happened ! Did you find a solution?

      7.31.20
  76. Beautifully explained

    7.28.20
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  77. Marian wrote:

    Thank you for helping me learn how to create a macrame feather. I really enjoyed the process.

    8.4.20
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  78. Dorothy Mire wrote:

    Macrame yarn works beautifully as long as it’s not a thick yarn.

    9.1.20
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  79. Maya wrote:

    Wow! Thank you so much .. your detailed illustration helped me a lot

    9.7.20
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  80. Diana wrote:

    I do agree, I’m seeing these feathers every where, but when you make one and actually hang it, it droops, rolls and looks awful. I see you used a fabric stifner but then your picture shows the feathers still laying flat, not hung. So my question is, did they stay put after you hung them? I’m getting ready to buy some spray, but not sure if it will be worth it. Thanks, Diana

    9.7.20
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  81. Maxine Rutherford wrote:

    Thank you for showing us how to make these macrame feathers I’m now going to get the necessary to make.

    9.17.20
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  82. bonsoir, oui j ai fait des plumes,mais le probleme est de donner de la rigiditee a ces plumes, beaucoup de problemes merci oui j ai le produit en spray mais si bon que ca, peut etre spray net merci en attente de votre reponse

    9.30.20
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  83. Viola wrote:

    I bought 5mm single twist and the knots (pulled tight) are much larger than the leaves in the photo. Are you sure thread is 5mm and not 3 or 4? All other patterns I have seen use 3-4 mm. I spent a lot of money for 5mm and it doesn’t look good with the thicker thread.

    11.3.20
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  84. CA wrote:

    Macrame feather: do you knot the two vertical strands to stop the horizontal ones slipping off? If so, what type of knot do you do to avoid having the strands change the angle at which they hang?

    Thanks

    11.16.20
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  85. Jessica Underwood wrote:

    Wondering what happens when you use smaller mm cording? Having the hardest time finding cord this thick. 2mm -3mm is all I can find! Do you just have to use double the amount of stands ? Or do you make them smaller ? Worried if it’s a waste of money . But I want to do this so bad!!!

    11.18.20
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  86. Helena wrote:

    Onde eu encontro o endurecedor de tecido ou pode usar outro produto que deixe duro

    12.16.20
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  87. Socorro florez wrote:

    Super explicado, muchas gracias, felicidades.

    1.5.21
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  88. Kalliopi wrote:

    Excellent!

    1.9.21
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  89. Alina Petrea wrote:

    beautiful ! but what do you do if the brushed cord twists and won’t stay in place??? can’t even brush one side, cause the other is twisting back.

    1.10.21
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  90. Rachel wrote:

    Thanks

    1.21.21
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  91. Fifi wrote:

    In case there is someone with a brain like mine—
    single twist yarn and single twist string are very different things. Lol. Help. I’ve ordered the wrong string/yarn twice. I just want to make a baby mobile

    2.19.21
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  92. Sylvia Earle wrote:

    I love these. Is there a printed copy of this pattern? I tried to copy and paste into my documents but it tells me it is taken too long to copy, I am thinking it is the pictures that I need as reference. Thank you for any help you can give me. Sylvia

    2.20.21
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  93. Adrianne Wolfson wrote:

    I loved the feather tutorial except your instructions did not tell you that you needed another set of shorter cords to finish the bottom of the feather. It was easy enough to figure out. Thanks for sharing!

    3.2.21
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  94. Yvonne wrote:

    Thank you so much for the instructions! SO helpful! I can’t wait to try this?-)

    3.5.21
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  95. Jenny wrote:

    Best way to make a macrame Feather I.ve seen yet. Beautiful feathers. Others I.ve tried I could not get that smooth perfectly tapered shape. Many thanks

    3.9.21
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  96. IRISMAR MACEDO SANTOS wrote:

    Nao.poderia.ser mais lindo

    3.29.21
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  97. Preeti wrote:

    Thanks for sharing its very important for us

    4.6.21
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  98. Karen Schneekluth wrote:

    Great resource and tutorial! Thank you!

    5.14.21
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  99. Cathy wrote:

    How big is this feather when you are finished? Thanks 🙂

    6.9.21
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  100. Lola Marney wrote:

    why is this not printing?

    6.9.21
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