Double Macrame Shelf Pattern – 2 tier

Why not save on space and make a double hanging shelf plant holder? I just can’t get enough of these gorgeous real wood log slices so I put two together and make this 2 tier macrame hanging shelf. They have been a great hit for those looking for rustic boho decor additions to their home, a great touch to a living room or bedroom.

Now I am bringing you the tutorial on how to make these bad boys. If you haven’t done many macrame projects before, don’t worry, the tutorial will take you through every knot you need to know how to make this. Although it is larger than most other basic macrame patterns for beginners, it doesn’t include any difficult advance knots so it is easy to make this simple pattern.

Along with the last macrame shelf design that I posted, this also suspends from the ceiling. They’re easy to hang but if you are not sure and want me to show different ways to hang them and how to securely attach them so they can bear weight of multiple plant pots drop me a comment here or on my Youtube Channel and I can make a short video on this.

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What you will need for this tutorial:

All the materials that you need can be found listed below, these can also be purchased as a DIY Kit from my online Etsy Store which helps to support me as a content creator putting out new patterns and macrame designs for crafters like you.

DIY Kits and PDF written patterns

If you would like the full step by step PDF pattern for this design, this is available to purchase and download instantly online, from my Etsy Store.

DIY kits can be purchased and gift wrapped if you would like to share them with other crafters who might wish to pick up macrame as a new hobby.

Knots used:

  • Wrapping Knot
  • Half Hitch Knot
  • Half Square Knot

Materials:

  • 18m 3mm cotton rope (twisted) – DIY kit contains approx 20m
    • cut 1 x 1m – wrapping knot
    • cut 4 x 4m – working cords
    • cut 1 x 2m – spiral knot
  • 1 x wooden ring (32cm oval shape used here)
  • 1 x wooden log slice (4 holes to be drilled, aproxx 5-8mm thick)

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Pattern?

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