Thick natural jute yarn (linen yarn) for making, packaging and DIY work, thickness 3 mm. Large roll 120 g / 50 g roll XNUMX to choose from. Thick, strong and decorative rope. Ideal for wrapping gifts in a natural and rustic look. Excellent for creative work for tying and hanging, useful for gardening, flower arrangements, pendant rack, wrapping and decorating pots, etc. Useful and excellent raw material for kraft and DIY home design.
Craft ideas with jute thread
Packaging threads of all kinds, apart from the common use for packaging, wrapping and tying, are a wonderful raw material for creation and diverse craft work. The use of threads is prominent in various bloggers and designers and miraculously upgrades the look of the house. Packaging threads add natural and pleasant. The web is flooded with cool and easy DIY ideas and guides that you too can easily apply and enjoy designed and stunning items that you made with your own hands. We have collected some creative ideas for you:
Creating a dream catcher - According to Native American belief, the dream catcher filters the night dreams and captures the bad dreams. You can combine jute yarn with thick cotton yarn and wrap and weave on Hoop Or hoops on them, Beads וFeathers For decoration.
Create a mobile - For hanging on the ceiling for home decoration or over a cot. Also for you will need a hoop, which can be wound in a thread and add hanging elements while maintaining balance and equilibrium.
Decoration of flower pots - From simple tying or winding the wire around the flowerpot to intricate designs of decorative but beautiful racks. You will find countless guides online.
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