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Macrame pattern ''Olivia'' Wall Hanging Shelf (pdf guide)

Macrame pattern ''Olivia'' Wall Hanging Shelf (pdf guide)

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Do you want to try the macrame technique yourself and make this hanging wall shelf with your own materials? Then all you need is this pdf guide.

Detailed instructions step by step, from the beginning to the very end of making this wall shelf. PDF consists of text and image part. Through pictures, we show precisely how to place the cord's, how to tie knots, and thus every further important step of making. In the text part, we explain absolutely everything else that you need to know in the making and what can make it easier for you. Read more here.

SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate
Read more here.

This is an instant download and a digital product (the guide comes in PDF format). 
Materials are not included

LANGUAGE: The guide is written in English and Croatian language. So, when ordering, be careful which language you choose for your guide.

Thank you for choosing handmade and supporting our small craft from Croatia. 
We wish you a happy and cheerful knotting!


Materials are not included!
In this pattern you're gonna find description of materials needed to create this beautiful piece. We used 100% recycled braided cotton cord with addition of wooden beads, and a stick and shelf made of beech wood.


When you finish this project, if you use the same materials as we do, your Wall Hanging shelf will be:
Width: 25 cm
Length: approx. 55 cm

Care Instructions

Macrame is intended for use in dry areas. Do not expose to rain or excessive moisture. Do not expose near open flames such as candles, avoid steam in the kitchen, etc.
To remove accumulated dust, take the macrame outside and shake it gently with your hands, and use a sticky roller.
Washing is not recommended.
If the macrame contains a combed part of the string, feel free to gently comb it with an ordinary comb, because the fibers naturally get tangled during transport.

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