Last month I posted a tutorial showing how to turn your fabric scraps into twine. I love the twine I made and I'm constantly finding new ways to use it! I decided to do some experimenting over the weekend and see how easy it was to sew together. Spoiler alert: it's super easy! I coiled the scrap fabric twine and hand sewed it together row by row using metallic yarn that has a silky texture. I covered a plastic flower pot, but this could easily have been a basket. I'm really happy with the way this DIY turned out. The flower pots adds color and texture to my white walls...and best of all, it was free to make!
Note- You don't want the flower pot to drain onto the twine. Make sure you have a second plastic pot (with no holes) over the original flower pot to catch any water.
Scrap Fabric twine
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