Monday, November 21, 2011

Primitive Rag Rope Garland



I love doing crafts with fabric. Well that is if not much sewing is involved. I just don't have the patients for like quilting jobs and such. But I can sit and tie a knot. lol.

You just start with a cute fabric, cut it into strips about 6 inches long, inch or two thick. And then sit and tie it into knots along a string of your chosen length. Or sometimes I will even use a string of the same fabric, cut into a desired lenght, to tie them onto. That way it all matches. And that's about all you have to do to make these adorable rag rope garlands.

I do them in fabrics of the season for a holiday look. They always seem to add a touch of country wherever you need it!

They are great for stringing them onto a Primitive Tobacco Stick Tree  like so:
 

I tend to sell a lot of these in my Peddlers Mall Booth around fall and Christmas.

 
Do you have a Peddlers Mall close to you?

If you don't have a Peddlers Mall close, you can always shop their shelves online here.










(note: pic above is not my booth, I was just standing in a various booth throughout the store for pic)

List of store locations


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