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Rag light garland

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You will need a set of light. I used LED mini style 20 count. Homespun fabric or any fabric you prefer, scissors, ruler and plenty of patience.
  • how to make rag light garland, christmas decorations, crafts, seasonal holiday decor
Cut your fabric into 1 inch by 6 inch strips. Amount of strips depends on how long your light string is. When you have a good amount of strips cut start tying the strands in between your lights. I put 5 strands in between each light. You want them close enough together so you don't see the wire. Continue until you have reached the end of the light strand. After the last light I didn't go all the way to the plug. I added 5 more strips to end it.
  • how to make rag light garland, christmas decorations, crafts, seasonal holiday decor
This is my finishing project! Love it!!!!
  • how to make rag light garland, christmas decorations, crafts, seasonal holiday decor
Now with th plugged in!!! Can't wait to make more!
  • how to make rag light garland, christmas decorations, crafts, seasonal holiday decor

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  • Deanna Mills
    Deanna Mills East Saint Louis, IL

    Thank you so much for sharing. I have seen these and fell in love with them. The lady who had them offered to make me some (for a price I couldn't afford) Iike so many of us on a fixed income, I have more time than money. Now I can make my own and in

  • Mary Teresa Melvin Potter

    THANK YOU FOR SHARING AND PUTTING MY MIND AT EASE I WILL BE MAKING THESE FOR MY HOME

  • Colette
    Colette Dripping Springs, TX

    LOVE
    Merry Christmas

  • Barbara M
    Barbara M Warwick, RI

    my only suggestion is to use twine to tie the rags on. I made a stand with 100 lights to go across a big bow window and it was a bad light set. Died in 1 month all that work and wasted fabric. I did untie them but was a lot of work and some strips

  • Nita
    Nita Summerville, SC

    Im gonna do this. Thanks for sharing. I love primitive!!

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