Suddenly it’s mid October, the woodburner is on and the leaves are changing colours. Do you love this season?

I love the colours, the cosiness and the hot chocolates.

I haven’t been posting a blog post with a tutorial for a while, I have been so busy with other projects, however, at the weekend I made this macrame wreaths inspired by the autumn’s colours.

The beautiful yarns are by Bobbiny and honestly these are so quick and fun to make.

The colours are just perfect for this season and the yarn is super soft and makes the most gorgeous fringe.

I hope you will enjoy making them, and please post your Autumn’s macrame wreath on Instagram and Facebook, don’t forget to tag me! I would love to see them and share. You can also use #startacreativejourney


Bobbiny Sand 3mm – 2.2 meters (CUT: 1x 40cm; 12x15cm)

Bobbiny Terracotta 3mm -2.5 meters (CUT: 1x 40cm; 14x15cm)

Bobbiny Avocado 3mm – 3.1 meters (CUT: 1x 40cm; 18x15cm)


Measuring tape

Masking tape

Comb/Pet brush



1. Take your long string (40cm) and fit it on a flat surface with masking tape

2. Place your remaining strings (except one) on the long string, using the lark’s head knot PIC 1 (tutorial for the knot here)

3. Take the long string and fold the ends PIC 2

4. Take the last string (15cm) and make a lark’s head knot over the two ends PIC 3

5. Pull the ends to form a circle with all your strings radiating

6. Turn your wreath and make a double knots with the ends. PIC 4

7. Cut one end at the same length as the radiating strings and keep one end long (you will use it to hang the wreath)

8. Turn the macrame wreath back and use a comb or pet brush to brush the strings

9. Cut the fringe at the desired length

10. Make as many wretah as you want to decorate your home or windows

Optional- you can use spray starch to hold the fringe in place.

I hope you have enjoyed the tutorial, you can find more free tutorials here.

If you like to learn macrame in more depth and learn how to make more complex projects, you can join the waiting list for ‘Macrame For Beginners’ online course here.

Enjoy making,

Isabella x

Mini Macrame Autumn Wreaths