DIY WALL HANGING // The Kitchy Kitchen

I am all about a cheap, easy, quick DIY that looks chic. There aren’t a lot of these that exist. I’ve noticed that most DIYs either require actual skill, a silly amount of supplies or tools, and then quite a bit of investment of either time or money. Maybe it’s my work ethic, maybe it’s my attention span, but I just don’t have patience for that type of thing, and I certainly don’t need an adult version of macaroni art lying around my house. Anyway, this DIY is one of the good ones. What I love about it is that it looks just as good as something you can buy off Etsy for $50, but you can make for $10, and it takes so little effort. Plus, you can customize it perfectly to your home’s color palette. Hope you enjoy! xoxo

DIY WALL HANGING // The Kitchy Kitchen

  • Wilma

    How much yarn was needed for this project?

    • TheKitchyKitchen

      I used odds and ends, but you can make it as long or as short as you want it to be. I’d say at least 15 yards for a very full, pretty long one. xo

  • Erin

    I can’t seem to work out how to get the white yarn in a slip knot on the tail of the grey existing yarn, like in the last picture. Can you try to explain it for me please?

    • TheKitchyKitchen

      I’m sorry you’re having trouble. This is a pretty good visual guide to macrame knots: hope this helps! Feel free to experiment and put your own touch on this project!

      • Jessica

        Yes, because at the start you show attaching the white yarn to the hoop, but then later on it looks like the white yarn is only attached to the grey yarn and not the hoop? its not very clear..

      • Aryn

        What change did you made between the 5th and 6th step? The picture in 6 is not the same way you did step 5. Can you explain what you did to make the tassels hang from the gray yarn instead? They are no longer a slip knot around the hoop in that last shot. Thanks!

  • Awesome! Thanks for sharing 😊