New Bernat Macrame 10 Patterns and 12 Tutorials

New Bernat Macrame 10 Patterns and 12 Tutorials

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Bernat Macrame Cord

Bernat Macrame Cord

Bernat Macrame Cording has just been released in June 2021. 10 new patterns with 12 beginner tutorials. Macrame is trending.

This cord is the real deal. This isn’t yarn pretending to be macrame cording but is actual cording itself.

In farmer’s markets, we are seeing more younger people being creative with macrame. Here in Nova Scotia, with people making art with netting and trending home decor, macrame doesn’t need to be complex to be awesome.

Yes, we will have some mind-blowing patterns below that may have you say, UMM no! But there are options so you can go from beginner to intermediate levels with patience. It’s nice to have options. The patterns include diagrams of cord wrapping that are really clean and crisp. 

Despite my oozy sarcasm in the descriptions, I really do like macrame but it does scare me a bit because it’s something I don’t do often. Need to practice. Daniel loves macrame.


Technical Details

It’s 8.8 oz / 250 g and 44 yards/ 40 metres. It’s level #6 super bulky in sizing. Suggested knitting needles are US 13 / 9 mm or using crochet hook of N/P/15 / 10 mm. Made of mixed fibres and recycled cotton with polyester, viscose and acrylic.

When you feel the ball, it feels really solid and got weight to it. It’s truly a cord. Love it.


Free Patterns

Yarnspirations has several new patterns to enjoy. The skills for each vary.

Bernat X Marks the Spot Wall Hanging

Macrame X Marks the Spot Wall Hanging

Macrame X Marks the Spot Wall Hanging

The Bernat X Marks the Spot Wall Hanging kicks off this collection with an eye-popping texture that is stunning.

If this doesn’t scare you to death, you are a better person than me! haha

In this pattern you can expect to learn the following knots:

  • Horizontal Left-Right Double Half Hitch
  • Horizontal Right-Left Double Half Hitch
  • Diagonal Right-Left Double Half Hitch
  • Diagonal Left-Right Double Half Hitch
  • Square Knot
  • Lark’s Head
  • Single Vertical Half Hitch Left-Right
  • Overhand Knot
  • A Good Stiff Drink – I’m KIDDING… well maybe!

Buckle your seat belts as this is a complex pattern but I bet it feels good to accomplish. Do you like challenges?


Bernat Striped Rings Wall Hanging

Macrame Striped Rings Wall Hanging

Macrame Striped Rings Wall Hanging

Three rings and two different colours are used in this. I think I can do the fringe! HAHA. This is the Striped Rings Wall Hanging pattern.

In this pattern you can expect to learn the following:

  • Lark’s Head
  • Overhand Knot
  • Horizontal Left-Right Half Hitch
  • A Dog to Jump Through Ring – I’m KIDDING

Bernat Macrame Wall Hanging on Stick

Macrame Wall Hanging on Stick

Macrame Wall Hanging on Stick

This is more my speed to get started. I can find the twig and there is a lot of fringe with a few extra knotty pieces to construct. This is the Macrame Wall Hanging on a Stick.

In this pattern you will learn the following:

  • Vertical Half-Hitch Left-Right
  • Square Knot
  • Lark’s Head
  • Overhand Knot
  • Complimentary Cup of Tea – I’m KIDDING

I’m most likely going to get started with this so I can get comfortable with the knots. Wish me, luck boys and girls! I’m going in!


Bernat Macrame Simple Spiral Plant Holder

Macrame Simple Spiral Plant Hanger

Macrame Simple Spiral Plant Hanger

Planter!? I barely know her! I know, I watch too much RuPaul Drag Race for those corny jokes. This is the Macrame Simple Spiral Plant Holder.

I notice the plant is fake too, fabulous, I like to kill plants. Oh dahlings, it’s a gift!

In this pattern you will learn the following:

  • Reverse Lark’s Head Knot
  • Half Knot
  • Square Knot
  • Gathering Knot
  • Partridge in a Pear Tree – I’m KIDDING 😉

I wonder in which part of this pattern I may ask to phone a friend. hehe


Bernat Macrame Wall Hanging

Macrame Wall Hanging Plant Holder

Macrame Wall Hanging Plant Holder

Omg, it actually says it’s easy! Ummm… Okay… Could that be possibly true or am I overthinking things?

There is a lot of pretty pictures to assist. I am curious to try my luck on this one.

This is the Bernat Macrame Wall Hanging.

In this pattern, you can expect to learn the following:

  • Diagonal Left-Right Double Half Hitch
  • Diagonal Right-Left Double Half Hitch
  • Vertical Left-Right Half Hitch
  • Vertical Right-Left Half Hitch
  • Larks Head Knot
  • Diagonal Double Half Hitch Knot
  • Gathering Knot
  • Fake plants don’t require water… Not KIDDING!

There is a lot of photographs for this one in the pattern. It’s possible it’s easy. Only way to really know is to try it.


Bernat Macrame Fringe Bowl

Macrame Fringe Bowl

Macrame Fringe Bowl

Couldn’t you just wrang out when someone moves your keys or worse another person in the house leaves the keys in their pocket. Your tea is getting cold and you cannot drive the car! Ummm did I say that out loud?

This one says easy but why do I feel like it’s a choice of the red or blue pill? Which colour is for the rabbit hole? This is the Macrame Fringe Bowl.

Darnit, now I am curious about how this is done! I hope there’s a tutorial on this one! I am dying to see how this is done! I know I am a host but trust me, I can barely walk and chew gum at the same time.

In this pattern, you can expect to learn the following:

  • Patience is a virtue.
  • Square Knot
  • Horizontal Left-Right Double Half Hitch
  • Horizontal Right-Left Double Half Hitch
  • Having a wrang may be the best option for when the keys go missing. I am dying to see anyone that completes this.

Bernat Macrame Color Block Plant Hanger

Macrame Color Block Plant Hanger

Macrame Color Block Plant Hanger

Ooooh ahhhh, fireworks! This is the Macrame Color Block Plant Hanger pattern.

Those wrapping knots have always made me curious, and seriously, I have no life to even wonder about such things. But how do they do it. The red curtain is being pulled back with a picture of how it’s done!

I will need to practice for sure but I really do like the look. Oh, look at me, being tempted by macrame! How many more lifelines do I have?

In this pattern, you can expect to learn the following:

  • Gathering Knot
  • Wait what!? That’s in… I just need to learn the gathering knot! SERVER, CHECK please! haha

Bernat Macrame Coaster Set

Macrame Coaster

Macrame Coaster

I know you are probably ‘craft curious on this aren’t ya. I know I am. How does it hold its ridges eh?

Possibly magic but nah, it’s cord strategy. This is the Macrame Coaster Set. 1 Ball can make 4 unique coasters.

In this pattern, you can expect to learn the following:

  • Learn how to use Tape! (LOL)
  • Horizontal Right-Left Double Half Hitch
  • Horizontal Left-Right Double Half Hitch
  • Use a Comb
  • I’m making myself giggle at this point… NO KIDDING!
Yarnspirations Patterns

Free Pattern: Macrame Coaster


Double Loop Wall Hanging

Macrame Double Hanging Loop Wall Hanging

Macrame Double Hanging Loop Wall Hanging

This looks pretty decent… hmm I wonder if mine will come out that nice. This is a nice elegant decor wall hanging that will have you in knots! LOL sorry, I couldn’t resist the wordplay. This is the Double Loop Wall Hanging.

In this pattern, you can expect the following:

  • Lark’s Head
  • Overhand Knot
  • Horizontal Left-Right Double Half Hitch
  • Square Knot
  • Big Bowl of Wheaties – I’m KIDDING!

Bernat Big Fringe Plant Hanger

Macrame Big Fringe Plant Holder

Macrame Big Fringe Plant Holder

I really do like this one. I opened the pattern and a burst of butterflies popped out. The heavens opened up and I swore I heard angels.

This is a simple plant holder without extra danglies. It’s doable, even for me.

I like the bulk of this one and I am looking at the box rubbing my hands together with contemplation. Better put a stick in my hand so I can spark a fire.

In this pattern you will learn the following:

  • Reverse Lark’s Head Knot
  • Overhand Knot
  • Fringe
  • Unlimited Buffet – I’m KIDDING.

Wait, that’s it! Must be my lucky day, I think tonight is order pizza night! I tell ya, any reason to get a pizza eh!


12 Beginner Macrame Tutorials

Popular macrame techniques and knots.

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Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

4 thoughts on “New Bernat Macrame 10 Patterns and 12 Tutorials”

  1. Kelly Lane says:

    You make it look so easy, and they are all lovely. Are u enjoying the macrame? What a great new adventure into art and creativity. Can’t wait to see what you and Daniel make. Keep us posted and thanks for all you do in the name of yarn arts and fun.
    Kelly Lane

    1. Mikey says:

      I like trying something new as it inspires me to be creative beyond a hook. Sometimes I need a break.

  2. Helen Culwell says:

    Good morning!
    Thank you for sending your news letter with Beginners Tutorials. I’m excited to begin my journey in the beautiful art of macrame. I do wish to place an order for cord needed for my project. Do I place my order on this site or elsewhere?

    1. Wendy Maruna says:

      When you click on the links to get the written patterns, you will be taken to our sponsor. They sell the yarn on their site.

      We are the educational component and they handle sales.

      Yarnspirations is our sponsor.

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