Cotton Vine Macrame Hanging with Red Felt Planter from Nepal


Cotton Vine Macrame Hanging with Red Felt Planter from Nepal.

Macrame is a type of textile formed by knotting. Cord made of cotton, linen, hemp, jute, leather, or yarn is woven using knots to create macrame. This macrame plant holder is  made using locally grown cotton in Nepal. Macrame hanger is woven to show a vine pattern with leaves and has an insert for a planter. A felt planter is included with this hanging planter. Hanging planter measures 36" in length and 10" in width. 

Felt is a type of material that is produced by matting, condensing and pressing fibers together. This red planter is made by hand pressing locally harvested sheep's wool. Sheep's wool for this product is sustainably harvested. Felt planter measures 5.5" in diameter and 4.5" height. Excess water will drip through the woolen fibers, so a drip pan or pots without drainage hole need to be used with this planter. 

This is a handcrafted item, so product may vary slightly in color and craft from the images.

Macrame hanging and planter are made by artisans in Nepal.