This beautiful natural cotton macrame wall hanging is lovingly handmade right at our studio in Dundry, Bristol. Each piece is made with love, joy and most of all patience!
This macrame wall hanging is made with 3mm natural cotton cord and a rustic stick measuring roughly 14cm in length.
The macrame piece measures roughly 70cm in length and 10cm wide at its largest point.
The sticks used for my macrame wall hangings all come from my local forest. Hand chosen, scrapped and cleaned ready for its use.
Please note that the stick that comes with your macrame hanging will vary slightly from the photo. I will endeavour to use a stick that is similar in shape and size. The macrame piece may also vary slightly to the photo due to its handmade nature.
About Euroa Design
I come from a town in Victoria, Australia. We moved over to the UK in 2014.
Over the years I tried my hand at so many different handcrafts hoping I would find something that I truly enjoyed. Not just something to fill time or just something to do when I felt I needed to be productive.
When I was about to give up entirely after so long of trying to find my 'thing', I thought I would give one last handcraft a try. Macrame!
The first piece I made was filled with frustration, anger, stress and an aching back!! It took me so long, error after error, pulling out time after time and starting all over again. However, I was persistent, I needed to finish at least one piece and be happy with it. What I thought would take me an hour or two, ended up taking me a day or two. But I didn't give up. Finally I had completed my first piece and the outcome impressed me. I actually did it, I completed a macrame piece and I was actually proud of it. I had to make more. I made piece after piece, I couldn't stop. Always thinking about what I would make next, challenging myself more and more. It was then I realised... I found my 'thing'!!!
Macrame makes me happy, brings joy, satisfaction and relaxation. I wanted to share my pieces with others.
When it came to naming my shop the word Euroa sprang to mind.
Euroa comes from an Aboriginal word in the old local dialect meaning 'joyful'.