After a bit of research, it turns out these are Green Lacewing (Chrysopa sp.) eggs.
There are many species of lacewings, and most lay eggs like this - attached to tiny threads, suspended upright. Some lay eggs in bundles, and some lay singular eggs in many places.
Next week I'll try to fiand an adult for my Macro subject. They are very elegant, delicate bugs, and quite a beneficial bug to inhabit your garden.
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