Spruce Up Your Old Flower Pots For Free

by Sierra
3 Materials
Waking up to the sound of birds singing, feeling the warmth of the sun, the urge to buy the entire plant section at the greenhouse… Spring is in full bloom.
I love to add a few playful colors and plants to freshen up our home. The scent of blooming flowers at the greenhouse had me filling up my cart. Succulents and cacti are classic low-maintenance plants that will survive my black thumb.
After filling my cart with plants there was no room left for pots. I decided to modify the ones I already had.
A crochet plant cover is a perfect way to spruce up the tiresome pot. Repurposing your old jeans into yarn is the first step. Watch this video tutorial and turn your old jeans into yarn. Come back here for the crochet flower pot cover pattern
Start by crocheting a chain long enough to fit around the bottom of your pot. Slip stitch together in the first chain stitch to form a loop. Work rounds of half double crochets until you reach the height of your pot. You can read every little detail. Crochet Plant Pot Cover
The possibilities with this plant cover pattern are endless. I’m envisioning a mini herb garden soaking up the sun on my window sill or a simple Mother's Day gift, But for now, I hope I don’t kill the cactus.
Suggested materials:
  • Denim Yarn
  • Old Flower Pot
  • 12mm crochet hook   (Michaels)
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