How to make rope mat – Made with a good quality new rope, woven or stitched rope rugs are not only durable, but also look beautiful placed on a table as a warm pad or centerpiece, upright as a wall decoration, or as a chair or chair. unusual chair cover.

A hand-sewn coil of 18mm diameter manila rope produces this spiral tablecloth that measures approximately ten and a half inches in diameter (27cm). Rope mats can also be made from hemp or even cotton rope, although the latter is not very practical unless it is intended as a mere decoration.

Although the pattern is simpler than a woven carrick mat or kringle rope, its construction is equally time-consuming: the rope is sewn together with flax thread with the help of a sailor’s palm, and carefully finished with a sailor’s whips. candle maker.

How to Make Rope Mat

It’s simple: all you have to do is start with a tight spiral and use your hot glue gun to hold the bracelet in place about every 3 inches or so.

My first step was to gather the supplies I needed:
1. Sisal rope (various sizes)
2. Styrofoam round
3. hot glue
4. Magnetic photo frame
5. Node

Continue wrapping and gluing (make sure the string is on a flat surface) until the base of the string reaches a diameter of 14″ (35.5 cm).

Add the last drop of glue at the end point to hold it in place and voila!

I assume it takes about 5 minutes per placemat.

30 feet of cable and about 4 stickers will produce a 14″ cable charger.

Very simple, very sailor, very cute but….

if you plan to leave your rope mat outside, or if it gets wet, you should take WARP on it!

Not a little deformation, a large deformation, and can not be used.

And… they smell.

Wet coconut strings do not have a ‘delicious’ smell. I’ll put it more in the field of wet sheep smell.

(I found this after a storm).

The only way to keep the charger from warping is to sew it in place. You should use clear thread, along the fishing line, and stitch in and out between the coils, and then back, to keep the shape of the charger.

I would suggest at least 4 rows of stitches from the outer edge, through the middle, to the opposite edge (and back to tie off), if you want the rope lining to lie flat.

Or you can make sure it’s not wet.

I love it – it adds texture and ambiance to the table, and it’s not expensive or time-consuming to make.

So what do you think of how to make rope mat spiral model? Are you going to make one yourself? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below and don’t forget to rate this tutorial!

Good luck!