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DIY Fabric Planter

By: Rachel Denbow from
DIY Fabric Planter
DIY Fabric Planter
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Quick and easy to make, this DIY Fabric Planter is a great way to use up any scrap cotton canvas you may have on hand. The easy sewing project results in a bright and colorful planter that you will be proud to use for indoor gardening projects. The budget-friendly project will also make a creative housewarming gift for anyone who just moved into their first place. If you're tired of seeing a plain plastic planter, then this project will be your cup of tea. As noted by the blogger, you can also use this planter as a cute storage basket for smaller items in your home or office.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Sewn byHand


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What a great idea for a basket and/or plant holder! I am always looking for something instead of plastic. At least the soil will be able to breathe in these pots. It is amazing that you only need two yards of fabric. You could make these in a couple hours. Believe it or not, twisting fabric is a good exercise for your hands. When I had a hand operation, one of my exercises was doing just that. You can strengthen the muscles in your hand and make a great basket. I can never have too many baskets. They keep m organized and now I will have a planter. Much lighter than ceramic and I don't have to worry about dropping it and breaking it - which I have done before. Thank you.


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