So, it's happening, y'all. My bathroom renovation project has opened a whole new world for me. I was able to bring a few boho elements into the bathroom and they have spilled out into the bedroom and it is now no-holds-barred.
First up, macrame, baby. Yeah, I said MACRAME. Of course, macrame has made a huge comeback from the 1970's and it's everywhere. I used to do macrame way back then and I made several large elaborate plant hangers. I wish I had those now. But, alas, they are probably in a landfill by now, or, if I'm optimistic, they could be in some vintage shop somewhere.
Anyway, since I didn't put a door on the entryway between our bedroom and bathroom, I decided to make a macrame curtain for just a wee bit of extra privacy. I mean, it doesn't really cover the door and we'll probably keep it pulled back all the time anyway, but it's a little extra something and a fun project for me.
I found a pretty pattern on-line and downloaded it only my computer. The instruction said to use 8mm cotton cord/rope, so I ordered that from another site.
Then I cut all my cord to the lengths as instructed.
I hung a rod over my door temporarily so I could work on the curtain.
It just took a few days. I had forgotten how easy and fun it is to macrame.
This will be taken down and rehung higher after I get my new door casing up.