Macramé Art

MACRAME ART! I guess I’ve always been drawn to the colours of nature.

This macramé wall art is something I made in 1980 and it still hangs in my Mum’s home.

Macrame Art - by Sandra Burns ART - inspired by nature, a brown circle with knotted cords of cream, green and dark green, and long dangling cords beneath, macrame wall hanging
Macramé Art – Sandra Burns ART

Macramé wall hanging – inspired by nature, a 1 metre brown circle with knotted cords of cream, green and dark green, and long dangling cords beneath.

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13 Comments

  1. Adelheid says:

    You’ve got great hands, Sandra! 😊

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    1. Thanks so much. I remember working on the floor to make this. It was fun though. 😊

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  2. Michele Lee says:

    Lovely, Sandra. My daughter makes macrame art too. Always creating! Fun for me because I remember my mom doing the same in the early 80s.

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    1. It’s a lot of fun to do. Do you make any yourself?

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      1. Michele Lee says:

        It looks it! No, the macrame gene skipped me. 😆

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      2. Fair enough. It’s not for everyone. 😆

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      3. Michele Lee says:

        I do love the piece my daughter gave me. 😊

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  3. I think we have something similar hanging in the gift shop made into an owl. Is that the name for that type of art ?

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    1. Yes, macramé is knot tying. Back in the day, I made hanging plant pot holders, and a few owls sitting on sticks. I did one of the owls in black and white and it always made me think of magpies. Macramé was very 70s, but it’s making a comeback now.

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      1. Yes that’s definitely the owl then it looks like it’s been made in the 70’s by the owner of possum park gift shop

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      2. Google macrame owl, maybe you’ll see something like the one you’ve got.

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