DIY T-Shirt Crafts
If you’re short on space for planters in your home or on your patio, elevate them! This easy Knotted Hanging Planter will hold nearly any size pot, and it’s a colorful way to add flowers, succulents, or even herbs to small spaces. All you need is 10 minutes, an old tee, and a pair of scissors for an instant and unique hanging planter!
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Tie a final overhand knot in the end of all the strands, connecting them together. Be sure this knot is tight; double-check by pulling each strand individually to get it as tight as possible. This is the knot that will support the weight of the planter, which isn’t a problem because T-Shirt Yarn is great for making tight knots. It’s stretchy enough that you can knot it very tightly, and the texture keeps those knots tight. Trim any uneven tails, leaving at least 1" of length. Now, just slip your plant inside, center it, and hang it from a ceiling hook!
Be careful not to overlook the hook! Potted plants can get heavy, and while the Knotted Hanging
Planter itself can hold a lot of weight, you need to install a hook and anchor that can also bear the weight of your plant.