16 DIY Macrame Keychains

Jul 9, 2024 | General Crafts, Homemade gifts, Macrame

Macrame definitely shouldn’t be reserved for wall hangings and plant hangers. These crafty macrame keychains are so easy to make, you’ll be able to finish a bunch in a single afternoon. Using macrame cord, you can create beautiful and durable keychains. Gifting problems, solved.

DIY Macrame Keychains

Sporting a macrame keychain is one of the many ways that you can spruce up your bags or keys. Surely, you can buy them online but the best part is you can do it yourself! Would you be able to say no to these charming little keychains? We wouldn’t be able to either!

1. Macrame Mermaid Tail Keychain by Matching North

If you or someone you know is a big fan of mermaid stuff, this is the perfect macrame project to try! Especially if you’re looking for a last minute DIY gift idea.

The knots used in this keychain are the lark’s head knot, diagonal double half hitch, and the wrapping knot. They’re all pretty easy, although the diagonal double half hitch can take a little practice to get just right. This is a great way to practice it!

Macrame Mermaid Tail Keychain by Matching North

Get the Pattern here

2. DIY Macrame Keychain by Lia Griffith

This DIY Macrame Keychain is a great craft project for both kids and adults. So if you’re planning a crafty afternoon with family or friends, try this idea out! If you’re new to macrame, our macrame key chain should take you about 20–30 minutes to make.

DIY Macrame Keychain by Lia Griffith

Get the Pattern here

3. Twisted Macrame Keychains by Curbly

It’s surprisingly easy to make these twisted macrame keychains with colored beads and a fringe bottom, and you can whip one up in as little as 15 minutes. The twisted look is achieved using basic knots, which are essential for creating a wide range of macrame projects. Customize them with colorful wooden beads and make this beautiful twisted look simply by repeating the same knot!

Twisted Macrame Keychains by Curbly

Get the Pattern here


4. Boho Diamond Keychain Macrame Tutorial by Bochiknot Macrame

This pattern will use 2 popular macrame knots – lark’s head knot, and double half hitch knot. Attach the cords to a keychain ring to start your project. This is great for new macrame beginners looking to get started with macrame.

The macrame keychain is a perfect gift or party favor to family and friends. It will add a personalized feel to your accessories that you carry around.

Get the Tutorial here

5. DIY Minimalist Keychain by Brit + Co

You have to carry your keys everywhere you go, so they ought to look good. And a minimalistic, nautical keychain is just the thing to keep you from misplacing them. This stunner demands attention wherever it’s tossed. 

Add soft pink details to create subtle spring vibes and gold accents for a super chic look. Your keys have never looked this stylish before.

DIY Minimalist Keychain by Brit + Co

Get the Pattern here

6. DIY Macrame Keychain Tutorial by Crafting On The Fly

This easy macrame tutorial shows you how to make a stylish keychain that you can add to about anything! The design incorporates half hitch knots, providing a detailed step-by-step process to create a unique pattern. You can change the color you dye the ends of your macrame keychain to any color you like.

Match it with your favorite boho bag or make a few different macrame keychains for your friends and in all their favorite colors. This is a great quick macrame project to really have some fun with!

DIY Macrame Keychain Tutorial by Crafting On The Fly

Get the Pattern here

7. Macrame Wristlet Keychain by Matching North

Needing a more practical way to carry your keys?! These boho spiral wristlets are super handy! Besides just being generally convenient, this keychain would make a great macrame gift for the holidays or any time you need a last minute present. Or you could make a bunch and sell them!

Macrame Wristlet Keychain by Matching North

Get the Pattern here

8. DIY Tassel And Macrame Keychains by Think Make Share

Now you can macrame easy, adorable DIY keyrings that use stuff you have on hand—make them as simple or as fancy as you’d like. These DIY macrame keychains use different macrame knots, including square knots and half hitch knots, along with simple knots, basic tassels and wooden beads.

DIY Tassel And Macrame Keychains by Think Make Share

Get the Pattern Here

9. DIY Macrame Keychain by Ideas 2 Live 4

These macrame keychains are adorable and functional gifts your recipients will love. You can customize these according to your preferred color choice. If you’re looking for adorable and useful gifts, this is something that you should definitely consider. You’ll have fun making this with your kids, too.

DIY Macrame Keychain by Ideas 2 Live 4

Get the Pattern here

10. Macrame Wristlet Tutorial by Studio Ot

By doing a continuous square knot, you can create a wristlet that you can attach with your keys and other valuables. Using the outer left cord to form a ‘4’ shape is essential in making these square knots. This style encapsulates beauty and function, as you can be wearing a pretty bracelet while keeping your keys safe at the same time!

Macrame Wristlet Tutorial by Studio Ot

Get the Pattern by Studio Otis here

 

11. Easy Macrame Keychain by Pretty Handy Girl

Make this cute little macrame keychain with fringe that is actually more practical than just pretty to look at. This project is designed using simple knots. To create these knots, you will manipulate the outer left and right cords over the two middle cords. So grab a cup of coffee and settle in for a quick and fun craft project!

Easy Macrame Keychain by Pretty Handy Girl

Get the Pattern here

12. Flower Macrame Keychain by Pandahall

Using multi-colored beads, bright nylon threads and the easiest knotted design ever, this beautiful keychain is the ideal beginner’s entry to the twisted world of macrame. The design involves using the outer left and right cords to create knots over the two middle cords, forming a foundational part of the macrame process.

Flower Macrame Keychain by Pandahall

Get the Pattern here

13. Macrame Woven Keychain With Ribbon by Darn Good Yarn

A weatherproof version of woven macrame, this one uses tapestry ribbons to create a durable yet aesthetically pleasing design that is likely to be handed down the generations. When creating the knots, make sure to properly position the outer right cord to achieve the desired pattern.

Macrame Woven Keychain With Ribbon by Darn Good Yarn

Get the Pattern here

14. Pineapple Macrame Keychain by Swiss Paracord

Updating your wardrobe is the routine way to get summer-ready. Go one step further and make this fruity-themed macrame keychain as a refreshing symbol of warm weather.

Pineapple Macrame Keychain by Swiss Paracord

Get the Pattern here

15. DIY Macrame Flower Keychain by Steady Decor

Add a little charm to your keys, clutch, purse, backpack and more by making these pretty Macrame Flower Keychains. Make these beauties for yourself, your family, your besties and bring joy to your love ones. The perfect gift for any occasions.

DIY Macrame Flower Keychain by Steady Decor

Get the Pattern by Steady Decor here

16. Macrame Keychain Tutorial by The Pretty Life Girls

These spiral-shaped keychains are truly unique and so gorgeous! Make several of them, for you and each of your best friends. You can customize the colors and tags based on your taste and add your monogram letter.

Macrame Keychain Tutorial by The Pretty Life Girls

Get the Pattern here

 

WHETHER YOU’VE BEEN WANTING TO KEEP YOURSELF ORGANIZED OR LOOKING FOR AN EASY WAY TO PERSONALIZE YOUR HANDBAG, THESE MACRAME KEYCHAINS ARE CUTE AND CRAFTY GO-TO.

 

Use the search bar to find crafting ideas.

Popular Crafting Posts

Our Latest Crafting Posts

31 Baby Boy Quilt Patterns

31 Baby Boy Quilt Patterns

Are you looking for baby boy quilt patterns? Well, you've come to the right place. In this article, I have gathered a large variety of charming designs. These patterns are perfect for creating heartwarming baby shower gifts and cherished keepsakes. Why Do Baby Boy...

How to Use a Rolling Hem Foot | 7 Easy Steps

How to Use a Rolling Hem Foot | 7 Easy Steps

If you are a sewer looking for a way to achieve clean and professional-looking hems, you need a rolled hem presser foot. A rolled hem presser foot is a fantastic sewing tool that can greatly improve your sewing experience. Whether you are working on garments, home...

Hemming Pants Tutorial

Hemming Pants Tutorial

Knowing how to hem pants is a fundamental skill for both seasoned sewers and beginners. Whether you are altering a pair of trousers that are too long or repairing an old pair of pants, hemming pants allows you to achieve the perfect length. A Guide to Hemming Pants...

21 Trip Around the World Quilt Patterns

21 Trip Around the World Quilt Patterns

Are you ready to go on a quilting adventure? Take a trip around the world with these wonderful patterns. These quilts, known as “Trip Around the World” quilts, feature vibrant colours and intricate patterns. I personally think the pattern is one of the most visually...

22 Tutorials on How To Make An Origami Frog

22 Tutorials on How To Make An Origami Frog

Origami has captivated people around the world for centuries. Within this enchanting realm, the origami frog stands out as a beloved and iconic creation. With a few strategic folds, a simple square of paper transforms into a delightful amphibian, capable of bringing...

How To Tie a Sewing Knot | 6 Easy Steps

How To Tie a Sewing Knot | 6 Easy Steps

Are you tired of your sewing knots coming undone? Are your knots too big and bulky? A proper knot is very important for strength and looks. If you are unsure how to tie a sewing knot properly, you have come to the right place. Below, I will take you step-by-step...