As I previously posted here, this macramé wall hanging needed to reborn after a short life. Deconstructed, dyed with indigo and re knotted, this is how it looks now:
I took the time to learn a couple of new macramé knots and decided to make a more compact pattern this time round. This reduces a lot the length of the strings (in this case the result is less than a third of the original length), so this is a good thing to bare in mind for future projects.
It is easy to knot, undo and re-know again and again. Probably this is why it took me a while. Next time I’ll plan the pattern in advance and see how that goes. But anyhow, this wall art hangs now proudly and all blue against a white wall (and it looks fab!).