dashes rug,
macramé home goods!
DIY Inspiration Materials

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This rug is a beginner's dream! Join us for our March project!

Using only two knots you can easily create this versatile floor covering for use in the kitchen, bathroom, front door, or bedside.

everything you need to knot along

Grab a six bundles of rope, a dowel, and two s-hooks to knot up this beginner friendly rug!

Materials we used:
  • Two bundles 5mm Cotton Rope Color A
  • (we chose Natural)
  • Two bundles 5mm Cotton Rope Color B
  • (we chose Mustard)
  • Two bundles 5mm Cotton Rope Color B
  • (we chose Light Gray)
  • 24 inch dowel (removed at the end)
  • Two S-Hooks
Additional supplies (not included)
  • Sharp Scissors
  • Measuring Tape

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Email fulfilled@modernmacrame.com and we'll get you set up with your heart's desire!

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Founder, Chief Creative Officer, Author

Emily has taught macramé to thousands around the globe, from private lessons, to beautifully curated workshops, to team building for creative companies. Her aim is to not only share her love of this simple craft, but also inspire people to be better versions of themselves.

Emily has been featured in Forbes, The LA Times, London Daily Mail, Buzzfeed, Nylon Magazine, Ku:nel, Popeye Magazine, and Elle Japan, Elle NL, and Elle France to name a few.

Her first book, Modern Macramé, 33 Stylish Projects for Your Handmade Home, was released by Ten Speed Press in May 2018.

Modern Macramé grew out of Emily's observation of a lack of accessible and high quality materials for crafters and fiber artists, and so in 2014, the company was born.

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Emily Katz, founder of Modern Macrame
Woman-owned and operated