Here’s an awesome compilation of some of the best DIY macrame dream catcher projects you would ever find. Making a macrame dream catcher is another beautiful way to explore the world of macrame craft.
It has soared very high in the late ’70s but in recent times, the simple pieces of craft have gained people’s attention once again and this time it’s soaring higher than before
The technique of making it is quite simple because all it involves are knots. Once you know the basics knots you can make a dreamcatcher.
Here are 20 different ideas on how to make a DIY macrame dream catcher with a few materials. Check them out below.
See also: 20 DIY Macrame Jewelry Ideas
1. Macrame Dream Catcher tutorial
You’ll need to know how to make a square knot, double half hitch knot, and a cow hitch knot for this macrame dreamcatcher. It’s a lot simpler than it looks! All you need is gold rings, a cotton macrame cord, scissors, and your hands to tie the knots. See the link below for the full tutorial on how to make the macrame dream catcher.
2. DIY Macrame Tutorial
See here a macrame dream catcher that can be placed on the wall near your bed. All you need to put this dream catcher together include a wooden ring, paper tape, wood glue, feathers, and a macrame braided cord. Among the types of knot required are clove hitch knot, diagonal clove hitch knot, square knot, and lark’s head knot.
3. Easy And Simple Macrame Dream Catcher
If you want a simple yet elegant dream catcher, this easy macrame dream catcher might be the answer to questions! Prepare an iron hoop of 3.5cm in diameter, cut 16 pieces if 70cm long.
Attach the ropes to the hoop with a lark’s head knot. Once the hoop is covered with rope, start making square knots with 4 ropes at a time. For the first line of square knots, make sure the lot is not touching the lark’s head knot on the hoop. You can block the space with a pencil or anything.
4. Dream Catcher DIY Tutorial
Spice up your bedroom with this dream catcher made from macrame rope, scissors, a large iron hoop, and feathers. Make a simple knot with the macrame cord in the iron hoop. Then, wrap the cord around the hoop gently till ¾ of the hoop is covered with rope.
Attach macrame rope to the place left uncovered using the lark’s head knot. Now, make a few rows of square knots and you’re done with the knot. Then, attaché the feather to both sides of the dreamcatcher.
5. DIY Brass Ring Macrame Wall Hanging
Making a dream catcher using macrame rope is another method to explore the world of DIY macrame crafts. It is quite simple and all you need is scissors for cutting the cords, Large hoops (a brass ring will be okay), a tape measure, and cotton macrame cords. To start, attaché the cords to the brass ring using the lark’s head knot.
Space the cords out and make a square knot with 4 cords at a time. After the first line, make another line of square knots leaving out the first 2 cords. Repeat this till you have a half diamond shape. Now, close the half diamond shape with a diagonal double half hitch knot on both sides.
6. How To Macrame Dreamer
You need three metal rings to complete this macrame dreamcatcher; a 40 mm ring, 175mm, and 45m for the outermost ring.
Attach some cords around the 40mm ring with a lark’s head knot. Make a spiral half hitch knot with the cords, attach each arm of the spiral knots to the 175mm ring and continue the knot after the ring. Now, add more cords to the 175mm ring with the lark’s head knot. From here you can add the 420mm ring and close the knot on it.
7. DIY Modern Macrame Dream Catcher
The macrame dream catcher has soared very high in the late ’70s but in recent times, the simple pieces of craft have gained people’s attention once again and this time it’s soaring higher than before.
The technique of making it is quite simple because all it involves is knots. Once you know the basics knots you can make a dreamcatcher. Four basic knots are required for this macrame dreamcatcher; a lark’s head knot, a square knot, a half hitch twist, and a double half hitch knot.
8. Moon Macrame Dream Catcher
Are you looking for what to make out of your beautiful crescent moon frame? Here is a craft that will suit the frame and add more beauty to it. All you need is a long crescent moon frame, 3mm twisted cotton rope, wire bristles pet brush, stiffening spray, tacky glue, hot glue gun, and Sharp scissors.
9. Macrame Boho Dream Catcher DIY
Using feathers to decorate dream catchers has become a trend in the world of macrame craft. The boho dream catcher is suitable for all kinds of bedrooms regardless of color or interior design. Asides from the feather, other materials used include macrame braided cord, scissors, glue, large iron hoop, thread, and needle.
10. DIY Macrame Dream Catcher
Want to make an alluring craft statement in an exclusive room interior. This macrame dream catcher uses different shades of macrame cords. Each cord I attached to a wooden ring with a lark’s head knot, after the lark’s head knot, one strand of the cord is used to make another lark’s head knot on the wooden ring. This makes the knot on each cord by two. See the link below for more details.
11. How To Make A Macrame Dream Catcher
You will need two different sizes of wooden hooks for this dream catcher, and 16 pieces of 59 inches macrame cord. Attach each of the cords to the 4cm wooden hoop with a lark’s head knot.
Then, make a square knot with every 4 pieces of cords, you will have 8 sets of square knots. Make another row of square knots between the 2 square knots made above. This can be done by using 2 cords each from both square knots.
12. DIY Modern Macrame Dream Catcher
Here is how to make a modern macrame dream catcher with a few basic materials such as macrame cords, scissors, wooden beads, and wooden hoops. The wooden beads are strung on a rope and attached to the wooden hoop at both sides of the macrame knots. Check how the knots are being made below.
13. DIY Easy Macrame Dream Catcher
The highlight of this macrame dream catcher is the blue pompoms. It looks exactly bright and warm. You will need to know square knots, lark’s head knots, double half hitch knots, and how to fix tassels. The handle that holds the knots can be replaced by a bangle. It is fun and functional.
14. Macrame Dream Catcher Tutorial
Making the macrame feather might be the hardest part of this dreamcatcher. Because, once you know some basic knots such as spiral half hitch twist, double half hitch knot, and square knot you’ll be good with the dreamcatcher. But for the feather, it’s a different project entirely. See the link below to learn how to make the knots for the feather and how to attach it to the other part of the dreamcatcher.
15. Modern DIY Dream Catcher
Make a modern dreamcatcher using craft rings, acrylic yarn, and liquid waterColor. The styles vary according to what you want. Choose any Color to splash the yarn and decorate it anyhow you like with beads, wooden dowels, and other ornaments.
16. DIY Easy Macrame Dream Catcher
If you want a simple and pretty macrame dream catcher, this will be the best option for you. All you need is macrame cotton rope/Barbante yarn of your desired Color(light blue is used in this tutorial), scissors, and a wooden ring, and something to hang the wooden ring. If you’re a beginner, the barbante yarn will be very easy to work with. Check out the pattern for the dream catcher from the video.
17. Macrame Dream Catcher DIY
Using macrame feathers as an attachment to a macrame dream catcher is no longer a new thing yet it keeps on making craft look more beautiful. If you want to try your hand on this macrame dream catcher, you need to first learn how to make a macrame feather/leaf. You can learn both processes from this video tutorial below.
18. How To Make Macrame Tree Of Life
If you strive for uniqueness and style, this macrame tree of life wall hanging will be perfect for you. The macrame tree of life also works well as a dream catcher. Though the tree pattern looks complicated, once you understand each knot required in the pattern you will be able to make it with ease.
19. DIY Macrame Dream
See here a beautiful DIY dream catcher that is easy to make. All you need is glue, a 40-meter macrame cord (3mm), wooden beads, a metal hoop, and a feather. Cut 5 pieces of 1-meter cords, open the string and you will 4 strands of cord from each cord making a total of 20 cords.
20. Dream Catcher Wall Hanging DIY
All you need to make this dream catcher wall hanging include a 25cm rattan ring, 4mm macrame rope, and scissors. Cut a 3-meter rope, untwist the ropes to have more strands of the ropes. Use the stands to make a webbing on the wooden ring. See the link below for the full tutorial on how to make the dream catcher.
Here are 20 amazing DIY dream catchers that you can try your hands on. They require basic knowledge of knitting techniques. However, the techniques are very simple once you read through the guide.