The stylish knotted macramé pattern makes way for many accessories and would look fabulous, indeed, when implemented on bags. It could be cross-bodied, clutch, purse, sling bag, or anything else as per your choice. The tutorials below would undoubtedly ease your job of making amazing macramé bags.
The circular and square pattern with long fringes makes the bag look immensely unique.
The body comprises square knots while half hitch knots make up the flap.
The blue bag with fringes on the handle makes for a perfect beach accessory. Attach faux sunflowers to it, to intensify its beauty.
You could dip dye it in the shade of your choice for a colorful effect.
For a smaller bag, the strings should be knotted more closely to each other.
Attach a single string, long string to transform this into a cross body bag. This green bag would make for a great Christmas gift too.
Your upcycled t-shirt would undoubtedly make for a lovely produce bag just as the one shown in this tutorial.
You could keep the tassels for a fringed look or cut it off to make it look like a real produce bag.
The combination of macramé cording and cane webbing results in this elegant bucket bag. You could use wooden handles for a rustic appeal.
Add beads and pearls to the bags to make it enticing.
The sequential arrangement of beads makes it look all the more beautiful.
Attach a zip at the center to prevent the contents from falling out.
Make the wrap knots strong to give the bag’s bottom a firm finish.
The red dye intensifies the bag’s beauty to the fullest.
The round rings, and the ribbon, add to the bag’s elegance.
Go for a lighter shade of yellow to bring out the summer theme to the fullest.
The above tutorials would definitely fulfill your urge of making stylish macramé bags for any occasion, for yourself or near and dear ones. Keep your zeal for macramé on and try a lot more interesting crafts like earrings, hanging chairs, table runners, and so on.
Published on August 29th 2020 by Michelle Anderson