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Q Wollock
Earth Tones Macrame Wall Hanging | Macrame Wall Hanging by Q Wollock
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Earth Tones Macrame Wall Hanging

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This macrame wall hanging is made from soft, narrow yarn that slowly shifts from grey to cream to beige, taupe and dark grey - gorgeous earth tones!
This piece definitely makes a statement on your wall, whether it's in your living room or above your bed!

This design features a simple, light and airy design, with a sparse pattern of knots that doesn't compete with the beautiful color gradation.
The colors move from one to the next gracefully, and would go with many different color schemes!
This is a simple, elegant piece that will add warmth and beauty to your home.

The fiber is colorfast (so the piece will not leaves traces of dye on your wall), and is wrapped around an un-dyed wooden dowel.
The dowel measure 36" across, and the piece is roughly 24" tall (the lengths vary as the ends are not trimmed.)
Your piece will use the same fiber and pattern as the piece in the photo -there may be small variations due to different dye lots (colors), as well as the fact that it will be handmade.

Interested in a custom piece? Please message me!

This piece will be sandwiched in tissue paper and gently rolled to prevent kinking. It is shipped in a box filled with eco-peanuts (biodegradable, compostable, made from cornstarch) to help keep it from moving around during shipping. I usually ship via USPS or UPS.

All pieces come from a smoke-free (but not cat-free) home.

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Creation: 2-3 weeks

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Q Wollock
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2021
Fiber Art - Book Art - Paintings

My name is QLara Wollock, but everybody calls me Q.
I am an artist living in the beautiful northwest with my three super-cool kids, a few cats, and a house that is packed to the brim with art supplies.

I love working with my hands, whether it's using traditional tools or digital. Often I try to repurpose items like salvaged books, discarded house paint, or recycled cotton fibers.

I'm also an avid reader, a movie buff, musician, baker, cake decorator, animal lover, craft show enthusiast, and collector of pointless 80s trivia.