Gardening with fabric

I have always admired people that think outside the box. Clever, creative people that make the most out of things. Christi Chitnis has that gift. After clicking here and there I found her blog,Lavender and Limes.It is very refreshing and full of clever ideas. I love her photographs and the way she shares her life on the web with us.

One of my personal favourite post from Christi is “Pretty Pots”. If you ever been in a situation where it is sunny and warm outside but you really want to play with fabric but feel guilty being indoors, or maybe is rainy and grey outside and you wish you were planting gorgeous flowers and plants; then you need to read this post. Christi has the perfect answer in her tutorial. Decorate your pots with your favourite fabric! In other words take your craft every where you go and incorporate it in what ever you do.

Fabric Covered Flower Pots tutorial by Lavender and Limes

I am going to make one for our spare bedroom, it will add a warm touch and hopefully our guest will like it too. I will probably use some of our floral fabric, but haven’t decided which one yet, maybe I will go for this one.

It is such and easy and quick project that you can make it in a flash and there is no sewing involved.

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3 Responses to “Gardening with fabric”

  1. Margarida says:

    These are so charming that I could easily become a gardener :-)))

  2. lizzet says:

    Hi Margarida,

    They are really easy! I am thinking of making 3 or 4 tiny ones as centre piece for a bbq party, must remember to bring them indoors afterwards in case it rains.

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