home: made [ woven wall hanging ]
Not is all it seems with this diy project. This gorgeous wall hanging is not actually woven at all, but instead done with a glue gun.
Find yourself a piece of rug, yarn for tassels, and felt balls for the basics and then with the additions of a wooden rod and a glue gun, you are good to go.
Follow the very simple tutorial at abeautifulmess.com
home: made [ hanging banners ]
Following the trend of macrame wall hangings last year as well as the ever popular typography in art, we are now seeing the two combined with hanging banners with quotes.
Perfect for a kids bedroom, or kitchen why not create your own banner with a personalised message. Hang on a wall with a mixture of prints and photos and it her wall decor for an eclectic look.
We have found some fun tutorials to inspire you.
home: made [ baskets ]
This year we are seeing rattan, bamboo and woven homeware making a huge comeback. A popular choice for many is baskets, now being used for more than just storage.
How about turning one into a light pendant, hanging planter or as decorative objects for the wall. We found some cool ideas at homestolove.com.au as well as a lovely woven basket wall hanging at casawatkinsliving.com
home: event [ macrame wall hanging workshop ]
Amongst all the great workshops on offer by our favourites The London Craft Club, we spotted they have a macrame workshop in October.
Book now for this exciting and creative way to spend a few hours.
When: Sunday 8th October 2.00 – 5.00 pm
Where: Todd Sloane 71 High St Epping CM16 4BA
We’re carrying on our love affair with macramé. It’s a great way to make a wall hanging – and it’s way quicker than weaving, knitting or quilting. If you’ve been putting off taking up a new skill because you’re busy, this might be the one for you. Plus you’ll have the skills you need to make all sorts of plant holders, wall hangings, jewellery and more. Macrame is super versatile and looks good in everything from kitchen string to leather cord, so what are you waiting for? Now’s the time to pick up the skill and get creative with it!
We’ll be using recycled jersey yarn created by our favourites over at Hoooked – we love their bright colours and sustainable manufacturing. Choose from pink, yellow, white or black. We’ll also supply a foraged rustic stick to hang your work from that’s been washed and heat-treated so its clean and dry!
– jersey yarn recycled by Hoooked
– a foraged stick to hang your macrame piece from
– a cotton tote to bring your handiwork home in
– fully illustrated instruction sheet to take away with you
Who’s it for: This is perfect for beginners. You must be over 18 to take part
home: made [ wall hanging ]
With wall hangings continuing to be a popular trend in homes and a DIY that is both satisfying and achievable, the latest tutorial from firm favourites, the A Beautiful Mess team, is a stunner.
With a few simple materials and tools, available from hobby stores or online, this DIY results in a gorgeous wall hanging for any room. Vary the colours according to your interior and vary the size depending on your space.
home: made [ wall storage ]
If you want a quick storage solution than this as simple as it gets. Using Ikea bed slats and some S hooks you can create a stylish wall hanging which can be used in any room to hold and store objects, stationary, accessories, kitchen utensils and more.
Use the slats to hang amongst other things pots, baskets and clips to bring interest and add practicality to a space.
See the full post on how to achieve this at ichdesigner.com
home: event [ macramé workshop ]
With the big comeback of macramé in the home continuing in 2017, now is a good time to try your hand and a new craft. Get along to a this great workshop where you will learn all the techniques for making your own wall hanging.
‘Isabella will talk you through step by step during the lesson. She will also bring various wall hanging samples that you can replicate or use as a base to create your own version. She has learnt and practice macramé, among other crafts, over the past year. She believes what you learn should be shared and is very excited to pass on these skills to other creators’
Run at various locations throughout london. Head to twome.co.uk to find your nearest venue. [ from £30 ]