Brighten up your walls with this landscape macraweave wall hanging. Macraweaving combines macrame with weaving to create a wall hanging. In this piece, a sun sets over mountains and a river meanders through a canyon. The pink, yellow, burnt orange, and terracotta rust colors are inspired by the desert sunset and will go well with any warm, boho, or modern style.
Materials: Made with recycled cotton macrame cord, merino wool roving, yarn, and wooden dowel.
Care: Once you hang your piece, use a comb or a pet brush to carefully comb out the fringe. Hairspray works well to keep everything in place.
Size: 16 inches wide, 22 inches long
Kristi Nakata is a Yonsei (fourth generation) Japanese American fiber artist born and raised in the Seattle area, on Duwamish and Coast Salish land. Kristi’s macraweave wall hangings combine techniques of macrame and weaving. Inspired by the beauty of the Pacific Northwest, she creates mountainscapes and abstract interpretations of the colors of our region.