The Santa Macrame kit from Design Works/Zenbroydery is a knotty way to show off your Christmas spirit this holiday season. Even if you don’t have experience with macrame, you can make this jolly fellow with the simple to follow illustrated instructions.
The kit reviewed in this post was provided by Design Works. All opinions are my own.
I’ve been having lots of fun learning macrame over the past year or so. I love all the various creations that can be made out of knots. The Santa Macrame kid is the second macrame kit from Design works that I’ve given a go.
The kit contains everything needed to make your cute Santa Macrame creation. All you need to grab is a tape measure or yard stick and some scissors. The instructions show how to make each knot. I found I didn’t need to make as many repeats of the rows for the face as were listed, but that was a simple adjustment.
My Jolly Ol’ St. Nick is currently hanging in my entryway. We all adore him. He’s welcoming and fits in well with our holiday decor. I really love the pom pom nose, which is made on a fork!! I used a salad fork so it would be big. My Santa Macrame creation makes me smile. He only took an evening to create.
Here are some other Design Works macrame and holiday kits you can find on Amazon.
You can find the Santa Macrame kit HERE. Merry Christmas and happy knotting!
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