If you've been on Pinterest or Instagram lately, you've probably noticed the plethora of hanging plants in people’s homes. This is not a new trend as people were hanging their plants long before Pinterest ever came along. And macrame was widely popular in the 70s but I was surprised to find out that it actually dates back as far as the Victorian era. I love seeing the two hand in hand, growing popularity again. Macrame plant hangers much easier to make than they appear. And if you’re into macrame or want to learn, there’s a ton of resources out there that are free. I actually have a few macrame basic knot tutorials on my channel and even a couple plant hanger tutorials which I will link below. But first, I want to show off a couple of the plant hangers I made that are currently hanging in my home.
This hanger is longer than the typical, hanging at at 40 inches without a plant in it. If you make your own plant hanger from this project, please comment and post a picture!