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This wooden dowel is 150mm long by 12mm thick. 


This wooden dowel is perfect for holding a small macrame wall hanging. This is a reasonably thick dowel so you could create a really long macrame wall hanging and this dowel would not bend.


Material: Pine


This wood has no finishes on it, meaning you can either leave it as is, or use a wood stain on it


About Terracotta & Twine


Terracotta & Twine is a macrame business based in Bradford, UK specialising in macrame DIY kits and custom macrame pieces. Everything is run by me, Bex Grimwood from my home office where I design and create all the macrame and put together all your macrame DIY kits. 




    Wether you're buying a DIY Kit today, or might be interested in one in the future, here are some of the awesome features included in Terracotta & Twine's macrame kits.



    The cord you receive in your macrame kit is 100% recycled cotton and OEKO-TEX certified. This means that it's safe to use and contains no chemicals that could be detrimental to your health.


    All the wood products you receive are un varnished, natural woods. They look great as they are, but it also means you're able to stain them before you start your project, if you want. 


    You'll receive one set of postcards with written instructions and diagrams of how to create each knot in the macrame pattern. 

    You'll receive a second set which also contain written instructions and diagrams of the full process to create your macrame.

    These are printed on sturdy card so you can keep them to refer back to in the future.




    The macrame cord you're given is made from 100% recycled cotton and the colours are created by crushing up old textiles into different colour powders.

    All the instructions are un-laminated, meaning they can be recycled when you're finished. 

    All the packaging used by Terracotta & Twine is free from plastic.



    Each macrame DIY kit contains a link to a video tutorial. In the tutorial, I'll make the project on video, whilst explaining what I'm doing each step of the way. 

    When you go to the video link, you'll find a list of each step in your pattern and which time in the video you'll find me doing them. This makes it super easy to get help if you're stuck on something specific. 

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