As a basic procedure artist pick up a metal ring to keep it as a holder. A nylon macrame cord is used and four chords are being used in making the macramé key chine holder with 3 meters in length. In four chords two chords are divided with different colours and the other two chords with a contrast colour. This gives a magnificent look for the macrame wall decor. The metal ring has a major part in making the macrame wall decor. The shape and size of the metal ring differ according to the pattern as per the artist’s creativity. The decorative beads are used to fix in between while plaiting the chord when it is required in the design. Many kinds of beads are used to highlight the beauty of macrame art. The types of knots artist use to make the macramé wall decor are:
Lark’s Head Knot:
It is the first knot, sometimes referred to as a Cow Hitch Knot. Macrame cords are attached to an object by this knot. The cord is folded in half and placed over the rod or stick. The loop is brought around the back and two cord ends are pulled through the loop to tighten.
Reverse Lark’s Head Knot:
It is done exactly in the reverse of Lark’s head knot, so the bump is hidden in the back of the knot. It is a popular choice for attaching the macrame cords to a ring at the top as a holder.
The Half Knot works with four cords. The two outer cords are the knotting cords and the two middle cords are the knot-bearing cords. The left knotting cord is brought to the right over the two knot-bearing cords and underneath the right knotting cord. The right knotting cord is brought to the left under the two knot-bearing cords and over the left knotting cord by pulling to secure the half-knot. It is one of the most widely used macramé knots.
The Square Knot is a continuation of the Half Knot. (The "half" refers to "half of the square") The first part of the knot is just like a half-knot then to finish the square by working on another half knot using the opposite cords. The first four sets are the exact same steps as the half-knot. Next is the reverse step: the right knotting cord is brought to the left over the two knot-bearing cords and underneath the left knotting cord. The left knotting cord is brought to the right under the two knot-bearing cords and over the right knotting cord. The chord is pulled to secure the square knot.
Diagonal Half Hitch:
This knot is used to create lines. A series of knots that go across is created using a diagonal half hitch. It can be worked vertically, horizontally, and diagonally. The left cord is taken and held it horizontally across the other cords. Then the next cord is used and brought it forward, up and around the left cord towards the left to form a counter-clockwise loop. Using the same working cord and to the right of the first knot, it is taken up, over, and through the loop. There are now two knots sitting next to each other. This is a diagonal half hitch knot. The same process can be repeated by using the next working cord around the same left cord until you have the desired look. To join the ends of the nylon macrame cord, a lighter is being used. These are the steps used to complete the macramé wall decor. The decorative beads are fixed in between while knotting the chords. Once the procedure of making macrame is completed, the key chain holder hook will be inserted on the wall decor in a suitable place. A macrame keychain holder wall decor is completed and looks aesthetic, which attracts the eyes of the buyers.