How To Make A Lovely DIY Macrame Hammock


Do you want to improve the decor of your porch? Now you can without much money. The DIY project for a crocheted hammock will allow you to relax comfortably and securely outside. And it can be easily made in your home. If you know how to knot cords together, then the macrame technique won’t be difficult for you to handle.


Things You’ll Need:
3 1 1/4-inch hardwood dowels, 30-inches long
2 5/8-inch hardwood dowels, 36-inches long
200 yards, 1/4-inch macrame cord or rope
8 yards, 1/2-inch rope
4 1-inch wood screws
Measuring tape





How to Make a Macrame Hammock — Instructions By Angie Diersman

8 Responses to “How To Make A Lovely DIY Macrame Hammock”

  1. Rebecca says:

    Did not complete. Did not show how to apply macrame.

    • Kay says:

      Just click on the text “How to Make A Macrame Hammock – Instructions by Angie Diersman” and it will take you to the instructional page.

  2. Judy Good says:

    Has anyone tested the weight limit on this? Heavy hiney needs to know. 🙂

    • todd says:

      Use a larger dowels or use sturdy rope in place of the dowels. I was looking at it thinking about how they’d hold up against fluffiness.

  3. Makina says:

    Right, they’re not totally showing what’s happening here. I can sort of guess because I know macrame–but I would like to have better pictures to see exactly what’s happening.

    Alternating square knots? With one or two strands?

  4. todd says:

    In place of the vertical dowels, like 3/4 inch thick rope use 2 strands each side. Would make it a little easier to roll up in winter

  5. Rajkumar says:

    Niece to use & do.

  6. shelly says:

    all you all had to do was click 1 more time and it shows a step by step process of the entire seat!!! wowsers!!

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