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  1. This looks amazing. I could use this weaving. It’s time consuming but well worth it. Feels good to check things off our lists? Great information Jenn!

    1. Yes! It would be so pretty on one of your woven items! The knotting itself takes very little time, it’s just the cutting.

  2. Yes, I still have an old macramé plant hanger that I made years ago. I Text a picture of it to you.
    It’s so wonderful to see Levi sitting at the table doing his schoolwork too. He is such a big boy now 🥰

  3. This post had beautiful pictures and great steps to make the macrame fringe. Your home and pillows look great with the new fringe. We have something in common with homeschooling, and I might try this during our independent work time.

  4. Jenn, I think I feel the same way as you about macrame… just a few touches are okay and I do love the texture it offers to decor too. Love this project though and I’m desperately looking around for what I can add it too in my own home – lol.
    Thank you for sharing your DIY macrame fringe tutorial at Create, Bake, Grow & Gather this week. I’m delighted to be featuring it at tomorrow’s party and pinning too.
    Hugs,
    Kerryanne

  5. Very nice! I’m keeping this one in mind for when I’v finished my crocheted throw. I think this will look fabulous!

  6. Jenn,
    Thanks so much for this tutorial! It’s exactly what I’ve been looking for. I have a fall project and wanted to added a fringe like this. Look for your feature next Wednesday in Charming Homes and Gardens Link Party!

  7. WOW. First off – $5 for a feather pillow is amazing. Secondly – the fact you figured it out so perfectly then shared the tutorial with us – amazing. But learning you have 10 children????? AMAZING.

    I am going to follow you know. I am enchanted. Thanks, Jenn. Nice to meet you – coming over from Karianne’s Thistlekeeping post about you.

    Stay safe, well and SANE!

    1. Ha ha! Well thank you for your encouragement! I know it sounds crazy…10 children…would you believe me if I said it really isn’t as crazy as it sounds?

  8. WOW! This is a great macrame tutorial, but wow you do all that and you have four tiny ones? You must be one amazing and organized person. I’m happy to find your blog and looking forward to seeing some of your other projects. Your chalk board wall looks so cute too.

    1. Andrea, Thank you for your kind words. I am not terribly organized…I mean I try, but really I have plenty of room for improvement! I do stay busy! I am thinking about doing a post on the chalkboard wall!

  9. Jenn, I don’t often do this, but this week I couldn’t resist. I’m featuring TWO of your posts at the Grace at Home party. This macrame fringe is just too good not to share! 🙂

  10. Gorgeous trim! I am so happy you have 10 kids. I wanted to have 10. It turns out the good Lord had other plans so after years of fertility drugs I have 2. My cup runneth over so I guess it worked out as it was supposed to be. However, I told my 2 that I wanted 10 grandchildren!

    Have you tried to sew through the trim?

    Have a beautiful day,
    Kippi

    1. Hey there Kippi! Thank you for your sweet comment! Ten grandchildren is a MUST! So funny! Yes, I tried sewing it, but I am not a great seamstress. I think it would be easier with the proper presser foot perhaps. Mine wanted to kind of shift and slide around. If you are more experienced at sewing, it would probably work out!

  11. Macrame was all the rage when I was a teenager, we even had a macrame class in high school! I’m guilty of having the macrame plant hangers, wall hangings, and curtains back in the day so I’ve been there-done that-wore the t-shirt! However, I could embrace a pretty macrame fringe like this on some throws and it would be fun to see if I remember the knots. Wow, I didn’t know you had 10 kids! I’m the eldest of 7 so I totally get how busy your household is.

    1. Yes! Isn’t it funny how all of those things come back around? Oh wow! The eldest of 7! Yes busy, but super fun!

  12. I must confess that I am not a fan of most macrame, but I do love the fringe trim. Great tutorial–thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm. Pinned!

    1. I don’t know about brilliant, some days I think I don’t even have my head on straight at all! Thank you for the kind words!

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