Over the years I have written various free Macrame Christmas patterns and I though to put them together in here and create a mini Macrame Christmas Library. 2020 has been an unpredictable year and I know many of you are now focusing towards Christmas.
You will find macrame Christmas tutorials I have done for my website as well for other blogs like Hobby Craft.
For instance, the tutorial for the Macrame Stars was my most popular tutorial in 2019 and in a few weeks all the metal stars @Hobby Craft were sold out. They are now back in stock and I would get them soon before they sold out again. Find the tutorial HERE
This Macrame Christmas Wreath is my latest tutorial for Hobby Craft and you can get the free tutorial HERE. You can use fresh, dry or faux greenery to make this Macrame Christmas wreath.
I also loved making these Macrame Christmas Baubles for Hobby Craft. You can find the free tutorial HERE. The great thing with the macrame Christmas baubles is that you can paint the white baubles and create your personalised colour scheme to go with your Christmas tree.
Then Macrame Angel video tutorial HERE was a collaboration with the Winchester Night Shelter and more than 70 angels were made from people across the UK and donated to the Winchester Night Shelter. For every angel sold a night at the shelter is paid for a homeless person.
[EDIT: Thank you to all the people that took part in making macrame angels in 2020- The Winchester Night Shelter raised over £2000]
This year, in 2021, you can find a new macrame angel tutorial here and once again I am asking the macrame community to kindly make and donate macrame angels to this charity.
I collaborated with Hobby Craft a few years ago on these 3 Macrame Christmas Trees, tutorial here The large Christmas tree is still a very popular Macrame Christmas decoration.
I also wanted to add this pattern, is not for free, but it’s very cheap, £2, for a Macrame Christmas table runner and placemat for Hobby Craft here. This is a more intermediate to advanced macrame level that I am sure some of you will enjoy it.
I hope you will enjoy them and don’t forget to share photos of your creations with me on
Any questions, feel free to message me.
Happy Christmas knotting!