How do I package my macrame?

How do you package a wall hanging?

Packing Tips for Artwork and Wall Hangings

  1. Use the right supplies. Keeping your artwork and wall hangings protected starts with the right supplies. …
  2. Wrap them carefully. Lay out the packing paper or bubble wrap, then place the artwork face-down on it. …
  3. Label it properly. …
  4. Transport with care.

How do you package a large macrame wall hanging?

How to Package a Large Macrame Wall Hanging

  1. Roll out a few pieces of Kraft paper and tape them together… More.
  2. Lay your wall hanging flat.
  3. Roll it up, tape it, add a note, etc.
  4. Slide package in a box and you’re all set! (this was a local order so putting it in a box wasn’t necessary)

How do I start selling macrame?

How to Sell Macrame Items

  1. Advertise your macramé items in order to sell as many as possible. …
  2. Know your market when you want to sell macramé items. …
  3. Create a simple, inexpensive flyer to copy and distribute around your community. …
  4. Sell macramé items at a local flea market or craft fair.

What is a gathering knot in macrame?

A Gathering Knot is a finishing knot that gathers cords together and is often used at the bottom of macramé plant hangers. It is also sometimes referred to as a Wrapping Knot. Get more details on using this knot and other macramé knots in our stitch guide.

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What kind of rope is used for macrame?

The most common rope for macrame is twisted three-ply cotton, which is both strong and fringes into a lovely wavy pattern. Some braided six-ply rope is also available, but I’d recommend sticking to three-ply options unless you need a lot of strength.