Fibre art has taken over our homes. It’s no longer good enough to keep our warm woollen pieces in our wardrobes, we must now feature them as throws, cushion and very 70’s inspired wall hangings. Weaving is a trend that is not going anywhere fast, but if you don’t have the patience for warp and weft then this tutorial is for you. Get the aesthetic of a woven wall hanging with none of the fuss. The large ring for this wall hanging has been up cycled from a second hand lamp shade but you can buy them from many online craft shops. You just need a hoop that will hold it’s shape and you can choose one in and colour to compliment on contrast with your yarn
I think there’s something about Spring Fever that gets in all of us, to some degree, and eats away at us until we clean and organize something. The bug hit me last week, when I went to open the drawers in my kids’ bathroom vanity to be assaulted with hair elastics stuck in toothpaste chunks and ill-fitting bins all awry with odds and ends. It was then I needed to organize this little part of my life, at least.
Having fresh plants in the house is very refreshing. The plants looks beautiful and they don’t require a lot of maintenance. The only inconvenient they could present is the fact that they take up. But if you consider using hanging planters then this problem can easily disappear. You can make your own planters. Make a tiered hanging planter using some scrap wood, terracotta pots, rope and a metal ring. You’ll use the wood to make squares around the pots. Drill holes in the four corners of each wood square. This project is extremely simple. All you need is a white bowl, a single embroidery hoop and permanent adhesive glue. Put the glue on the bottom of the bowl, where it meets the hoop, press down and let it dry overnight.
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