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Wood And Jute Knitted Planter

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Wood And Jute Knitted Planter
Wood And Jute Knitted Planter

"Here's a lovely and super easy way to put your airplants on display. These fascinating little plants are low maintenance and do all their feeding through their leaves rather than their roots and they'll grow on almost anything. Which means you don't have to worry about messy soil drips. The wood and knitted jute planter will add a touch of rustic elegance to your home décor and only takes about an hour to make. Perfect for indoors or outside on the patio."

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Estimated CostUnder $10

Primary TechniqueKnitting


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With the winter coming up and all the leaves falling from the trees it is so nice to add a bit of green to the house. This is a perfect way to do it and now difficult at all. I knit and the "pockets" will take me no time to knit up. All I need is a piece of wood and some jute. I have to drill so that will take no time. Just finish the wood, knit up some jute, put it in place, add the plants and you are all set. Thank you.


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