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How To Make A Beautiful Candle Light Holder

CreativeThinker
Mar 25, 2021 01:15 AM

Candles create a special romantic and magic atmosphere. sometimes When i`m really exhausted I like lightening them and enjoy the silence. In this tutorial we`re going to make a macrame candle light holder that will be a nice piece of decor for your lovely home. Let`s get started!

Things you need:

  • Macrame Cotton Cord
  • Glass Jar
  • Scissors

Step 1.

First you need to cut 47 pieces that are each 24’long and 1 piece 34’long.

Step 2.

Then fold each piece in half and attach it to the one longer piece with a Larkshead knot.

Step 3.

Once you attached them all to the longs string, attach the string to the brim of the glass jar with a regular knot. The ends of the long string will be used as the last pair of regular strings.

Step 3.

Select 2 Larkshead knots so you have 4 strands. Use the middle 2 strands as centers and tie the outside strands around it as followed.
Place your left string over the 2 center strings and under the right string. Do the opposite with the right string by placing it under the center strings and over the left  string. And pull tight.

Step 4.

Now do the opposite by placing your left string over the 2 center strings and under the right string. Do the opposite with the right string by placing it under the center strings and over the left  string. And pull tight. That completes 1 square knot.

Step 5.

Make a total of 3 square knots per grouping. So 3 square knots below each other for each group of 4 strings all the way around.

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