I first began crocheting with jute twine back when I was asked to create a series of lampshades for Nando's in Maryland. They resembled upside-down baskets and I had to paint them and it was a whole thing, but it taught me a lot about working with different fibers and learning to be flexible (ha) with my creativity. Working with twine led me to create more twine patterns, including tiny baskets and coasters.
This latest pattern is a simple air plant hanger for the wall. You'll crochet pockets for the air plants and learn how to crochet with twine!
- Librett's Biodegradable Jute Twine
- N hook
- Tapestry needle
- Wooden dowel