28 In DIY/ Int'l Bloggers Club Challenge

How To Make A Fabric Wall Vase Using Dish Towels

Happy Monday! It is that Monday of the month, where us Int’l Bloggers Club friends get together and share our projects with you. Last month I made a lamp from a vase, it was a fun challenge! This month’s challenge is to work with fabric, so I will show you how to make a fabric wall vase using dish towels!




 

How To Make A Fabric Wall Vase Using Dish Towels

What you need:

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2 dish towels like these

sewing machine

artificial eucalyptus or wheat grass

twine

clothes pins

How to make a fabric wall vase using dish towels //kreativk.net

1. Use two mix & matching dish towels you like

2. Place on top of each other

3. Even out

4. Fold in bottom part of both towels. This will be the folded over part you will see at the end on the outside, so make it as big or small you like.

5. Turn around.

6. Fold in half.

7. Pin down the right side and bottom as shown

8. Sew and cut off excess

9. Fold inside out

 

 

How to make a fabric wall vase using dish towels kreativk.net

 

Now grab your twine and cut off a part that is slightly longer than your fabric vase. Knot a loop on each side and pin it onto a wall or hang it on a window or where ever you’d like your vase to be.

Add your clothes pins and hang up your vase, add flowers or greens and you’re done!

 

How to make a fabric wall vase using dish towels kreativk.net

 

How to make a fabric wall vase using dish towels kreativk.net

 

How to make a fabric wall vase using dish towels kreativk.net

 

How to make a fabric wall vase using dish towels kreativk.net

 

How to make a fabric wall vase using dish towels kreativk.net

 

Pin this for later please! Thanks!

How to make a fabric wall vase using dish towels //kreativk.net

 

Be sure to go and find out what the other ladies came up with!

 

 

 




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  • Keri
    16/04/2018 at 19:29

    Katrin, now that is a clever idea!! I love the ingenuity of the dishcloth being repurposed into a vase, amazing!

    • Katrin
      17/04/2018 at 07:15

      Thanks Keri!!

  • Leanna
    11/04/2018 at 07:53

    This is a perfect little bag idea for beside an external door. Sweet little concept and pretty as well.

    • Katrin
      11/04/2018 at 21:38

      Thanks friend <3

  • Jodie & Julie
    02/04/2018 at 18:42

    I love your creative hanging vase! And your tutorial is perfect for someone like me who is fabric-challenged! hah!
    Thanks so much for sharing this with us and joining our Friday Friends Parade linky party! We are so happy to have you!

    xoxo Jodie & Julie

    • Katrin
      02/04/2018 at 19:56

      Thank you ladies, that is so sweet of you!

  • Susanne
    31/03/2018 at 04:43

    Katrin these are so cute!! I dishtowels just like those and I never use them because I don’t want to mess them up. This would be a great way to use them!

    • Katrin
      31/03/2018 at 15:36

      Susan Thank you SO much, I am so happy you like this idea!!!

  • Ann
    30/03/2018 at 16:23

    I am in luv with this idea. I am totally going to try this. Thank you for the inspo!

    • Katrin
      31/03/2018 at 15:27

      Thank you so much!!

  • Ellen
    30/03/2018 at 01:43

    This is definitely one of the most klever ideas ever! I like the idea of using tea towels for something other than the boring task of drying dishes, much more fun too. They could be very decorative holiday additions by utilizing seasonally themed towels. You are forever the Kween of Kreativity! Thank-you!

    • Katrin
      30/03/2018 at 13:37

      I am happy you like it Ellen, Thanks so much for stopping by and your support!

  • Shirley Wood
    28/03/2018 at 17:02

    This would be a fun and attractive way to store silk flowers in the craft room. I hope to see you at the new Merry Monday party this week. Happy Easter!

    • Katrin
      30/03/2018 at 13:33

      Yes, it would totally be! Thanks Shirley!!

  • Tanya Derrey Bingham
    27/03/2018 at 19:30

    This is beyind cool Katrin!

    • Katrin
      28/03/2018 at 13:23

      Thanks friend <3

  • Victoria @DazzleWhileFrazzled
    27/03/2018 at 14:18

    Super cute! Great idea. Love its simplicity.

    • Katrin
      28/03/2018 at 13:23

      Thank you so much Victoria!

  • Pili
    26/03/2018 at 23:27

    Another simple yet brilliant idea Katrin! Love they are lightweighted and you can use the fabric you like more.

    • Katrin
      27/03/2018 at 09:32

      Yes, definitely and even if you wanted to use real flowers you could wrap wet paper towel around the stems and they’d hold up for a while.

  • Mary
    26/03/2018 at 18:39

    This is such a clever idea Katrin. It really makes you pay attention to what’s on the wall because the dish towel is so unexpected.

    • Katrin
      27/03/2018 at 09:31

      Thanks Mary it is a fun decor piece!

  • Marie-The Interior Frugalista
    26/03/2018 at 15:07

    Another fabulous plant vase idea, Katrin! Thanks for the tutorial, I think I could actually make these…maybe. Would make great gifts too!

    • Katrin
      27/03/2018 at 09:31

      Thanks Marie, it is super easy, you know me… haha.

  • Debrashoppeno5
    26/03/2018 at 13:52

    This looks so lovely. I like how it can be used for so many things besides as a vase.

    • Katrin
      27/03/2018 at 09:30

      Yes, so true! Thanks so much Debra!

  • Michelle Leslie
    26/03/2018 at 11:06

    Such a super clever idea Katrin and I’ve been seeing the most beautiful tea towels in the shops lately. These fabric vases would look so awesome in my craft room too, they’re so perfect for storing paintbrushes and other bits and bobs too

    • Katrin
      27/03/2018 at 09:30

      Yes, there are so many gorgeous tea towels out there, I can imagine a wall full of these, storing all kinds of stuff! Thanks Michelle!