Mar
15

How to Macrame Charger Cord

How to make a #macrame charger cord | Vickie Howell for Visible | How to macrame over something.

Macramé Charger Cord

Need a weekend project? How about a macramé  🔌 charger cord? Using scraps of yarn from your stash, and one simple stitch, make your cord more visible! Never again will those pesky kids you live with, or the strangers you’re jockeying with for charging time at the airport, be able to claim your cord as theirs. ⁣It’s easy … and pretty. Ok, go!

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Macramé Charger Cord: Watch the tutorial

Macramé Charger Cord: How-To

SUPPLIES

Scraps of fingering or sock-weight yarn (or plain string). I used this.

Scissors

Charger cord

DIRECTIONS

  • Cut 2 strands each of yarn the length of charger cord, plus about 4″- 6″/10 cm – 15 cm. Cut 2 strands each of yarn  4½-5 TIMES the length of charger cord.
  • Arrange 4 strands so that the two shorter strands are sandwiched in the middle of the two longer strands. Holding strands together and leaving a long enough tail for a tassel, tie onto the top of charger cord using a double knot.
  • Begin Spiral Knot. STEP 1: Lay the left-hand strand OVER the center two strands.
    #Macrame Charger Cord: How to Make the Spiral knot
  • STEP 2: Lay the right-hand strand OVER the left-hand strand.
    #macrame charger cord: Spiral Knot
  • Step 3: Bring the right-hand strand UNDER the center strands and cord, 
    #macrame charger cord: spiral stitch.
  • and UP THROUGH the loop created by the left-hand strand.
    #macrame charger cord: spiral knot.
  • Step 4: Pull taught.
    #macrame charger cord: spiral knot
  • Repeat Steps 1-4, FIVE times total.
  • Twist yarn clockwise ½ turn.
  • Repeat process until cord is covered. Wrap and knot at end.
  • Trim end, and even out tassel.

3 Responses to “How to Macrame Charger Cord”

  1. Debbie

    so nice to see you in this video, already missing your Monday’s. Thanks for the project, Fun!

    Reply

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