This was my first time trying out macrame, it can be tricky...but the great part is there are no rules and even if you just start knotting the chord here and there it turns out pretty cool!
Steps: Cut a 10 inch piece of piping and ten 32 inch pieces of piping. Tape down the 10 inch piece horizontally on your table. Fold the 32 inch pieces in half and slip under the horizontal piece and knot into place. Repeat this for all ten strips of piping. Starting on the far right, take the last strip of piping and knot it around the piece to it's left. The left piece will be the "holding piece" meaning the piping on the right is the one wrapping itself around the piece that is held in place. Repeat this across to the middle inching your way down in a diagonal line. Repeat this once you get to the middle by making the diagonal line go up the opposite direction.
Take the three pieces next to your middle section and make a "P" shape with the far right piping and the middle. Cross over the left piece on top of the P and swing it through (refer to pictures 1-3).Tighten this knot and repeat it. Do this sequence of knots across the piping using up all the chord, one of the knots there will need to be two strips of piping in the middle instead of one. When you finish the first row, do this again an inch further down without using the two end piping pieces to offset the knots.