Knotted Yarn Wall Hanging

Knotted Yarn Wall Hanging

What You'll Need:

12" Metal Hoop
Taupe All Things YouTM Yarn
Wooden Beads
Scissors

Difficulty Level: Beginner
Approximate Time: 2 Hours

How to Make a Knotted Yarn Wall Hanging

Create your own beautiful Knotted Yarn Wall Hanging! This piece will display well in any home or office setting.
  • 1 Create loop for hoop

    Cut a 6" section of yarn, fold it in half and slip knot it onto top of the hoop. Knot again leaving a loop for hanging. Hang up the hoop from this loop to make the rest of the project.

  • 2 Cut strands of yarn

    Cut eleven 72" long strands of yarn. Fold each strand in half.

  • 3 Fold loops

    Using the photo as a guide, fold each loop over the hoop, bring the ends over the hoop and through the loop to make a Lark's Head knot. Space the sections apart.

  • 4 Tie two square knots

    Take the three center sections and tie two square knots.

  • 5 Make a square knot

    Incorporate the strands on either side and make a square knot.

  • 6 Separate first section & add beads

    Separate the two strands on the next section. String a wooden bead onto the two inner strands snug up against the square knot. Tie the other two strands into a left hand knot under the bead.

  • 7 Separate second section & add beads

    Separate the two strands on the next section and tie a right hand knot with the inner strands and string on a larger wooden bead. Tie the other two strands into a left hand knot under the bead.

  • 8 Make a square knot

    Incorporate the last two sections and make a square knot.

  • 9 Straighten, loop & tie to hoop

    Arrange and straighten the strands to the bottom of the hoop. Loop the strands over the hoop, bring the ends to either side and over the hoop and tie into an overhand knot.

  • 10 Add wooden beads

    String and tie several wooden beads onto some of the strands.

  • 11 Add strands to loop

    Cut additional 60" strands and knot them onto the bottom of the hoop in between the existing strands.

  • 12 Trim strands

    Using the photo as a guide, trim the ends of the strands to taper towards the center.