Macramé is an old tying technique that has been rejuvenated and now appears regularly in trendy interior design magazines. Deck the walls with macramé decorations. Pick a pretty, fallen branch in the forest to attach your tying project to, or choose wooden fittings from our assortment. Tie wooden balls to the piece, either painted or left natural. Cut threads about 4 times longer than you want the finished work to be. (For example, to make a 30x80 cm macramé tapestry, like the one we've made here, cut 14 3-metre long pieces of tricot yarn). Fold each piece of yarn in half, pull the loop formed at one end around the hanging peg, and then pull the threads through it. Then, start tying. For detailed instructions, see the PDF below.