I've seen these in a few boutiques and thought (like all Makers do) "I can make that". So I did! For some of us old enough to remember fiber and macrame from the 70's, everything old is new again right?
- Embroidery Hoop , your choice of size. They're inexpensive so buy a few !
- Yarn of choice. I went with a funky textured grey and cream
- Glue gun and glue
I bought the chunky gray and cream at JoAnn's and had the other yarns in my stash. I thought I might use all of them but ended up just using the grey and cream. I wasn't going for measured perfection so I roughly measured 3 strands of yarn for each "knot" , folded in half, and then pulled through the loop to attach to the embroidery hoop. I did 9 "knots" each of the cream and grey and made them a little shorter working from the center out.
I had some coordinating felt in my stash so made some rolled roses and then cut some leaves freehand using pinking shears. Attached to the embroidery hoop w/ hot glue. Easy peasy!