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How to Macrame a Half Knot for Macrame Plant Hangers

Posted by Gary on 1/9/2015 to How To and DIY Macrame Plant Hangers
How to Macrame a Half Knot for Macrame Plant Hangers
Learning to macrame is really an easy craft to learn if you have the patience and above all else the TIME.

DIY Macrame Plant Hanger Adjustments

Posted by Gary on 12/14/2014
DIY Macrame Plant Hanger Adjustments

How to adjust your macrame plant hangers basket knots for larger planters. There is nothing worse than getting your expected plant hangers only to find that your planter just won't fit.

The Magic We All Forgot

Posted by Gary on 11/13/2014
Although you may have forgotten, we all are and live in a world of magic. Mother earth owes all of her beauty to tiny sparks of wonder.

Concerning Macramé

Posted by Macrame Magic on 10/30/2014
At Macramé Magic, we would like to go over a few essentials of our art. Macramé is actually an ancient art of decorative knotting. By utilizing a series of knots, numerous and unique ornamental patterns are formed. Macramé patterns can be made making use of just about any type of material: One can use fine thread to create macramé lace or even use leather strips. With technique, the macramé work-in-progress requires maintaining the knots in position while the work is being completed.

Making Spider Plant Babies

Posted by Kayla on 10/28/2014
Making Spider Plant Babies
Spider plants are among the easiest plant to grow. Suitable for the beginner or even an avid growers.

How to Avoid the Crash: Proper Hanger Anchoring

Posted by Macrame Magic on 10/19/2014

Take Terracotta One Step Beyond; Paint it!

Posted by Macrame Magic on 10/19/2014
Having indoor houseplants is a wonderful way to bring a little of the outdoors in, and has been proven to improve air quality and oxygenation. Most people don’t think of houseplants in terms of air quality, though. They think of them in terms of home decor, which they certainly are, and how you pot them can add a dash of color and flair to any design scheme.

Jack Frost Nipping at your Green Thumb? Keeping your Plants Healthy in Cold Weather

Posted by Macrame Magic on 10/19/2014
Caring for houseplants when the weather is warmer is easy; the challenge for any indoor container gardener is to keep houseplants thriving when the weather turns frigid. The cold isn’t your green thumb’s only nemesis. Fall and winter air is also drier, meaning there’s much less moisture for plants to hydrate with at the leaf level, and the heated air blown in from furnaces only dries everything out more. 

How Many Houseplants Should I Have?

Posted by Macrame Magic on 10/17/2014
Although the number of plants you have in your home, office, school, or business will depend on your individual circumstances and preferences, there are some general principles that are true of most environments. Here is a general guide to help you plan your next houseplant addition project.

Benefits of Houseplants

Posted by Macrame Magic on 10/17/2014
Although having green plants in your home, office, business, etc. can certainly be a striking décor option, there are other benefits that houseplants provide. There are benefits to your environment and health that far surpass simple aesthetics.