This is one of the simplest, most meditative macrame designs I could come up with. It is made using two different colors of jute, and when it’s finished, it can hold a jar with flowers or a candle or jellybeans or anything really!
Peacock feathers? Drumsticks? Your crystal collection? You could even make a bunch of them, drop in little tea lights, and hang them from the trees in your garden.
Download a free pdf on how to make your Mason Jar Hanger here.
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The Odori Cowl was born in one of those perfect bursts of random inspiration where out of the blue I knew exactly how many stitches to cast on, precisely what needle size for maximum drape, resulting in the complete and serendipitous usage of only 1 ball. It was magical, one of those cherished and rare knitting moments where I actually didn’t have to frog it and start all over again.
And did I mention I’ve worn it every day since?
The Odori Cowl is knit from one skein of beautiful Noro Odori yarn, a chunky, self-striping quadruple-whammy of angora, silk, kid mohair, and wool. So soft and supple! You can knit one of these in only a couple hours. Make one in every colorway! I am…
The Odori Cowl by Julie Edwards
Materials: US size 15 needles, 1 ball Noro Odori Yarn (110 yds, 14 sts per 4″), jumbo darning needle.
Cast on 32 stitches loosely. Work a K2, P2 rib until you have used up almost the entire ball (leaving enough tail for cast off and finishing). Cast off loosely and sew the two ends together.