Sweater Wrapped Vases for Fall


Anyone else ready for the slight chill that makes you grab for a sweater for the first time in months? I am all about soft, cozy knits that seem to hug you with their snuggliness. Cause who doesn’t love the snuggles?

Since I like that feeling so much, why wouldn’t my décor, right?

I decided to give my glass vases the snuggle treatment with their own cozy sweater.

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This is one of those insanely easy projects.

How to Make Sweater Wrapped Vases and Glass Containers

Step 1: Grab some old sweaters you aren’t afraid to take some scissors too. This is a great way to recycle those seen-better-days sweaters. Or if you are still holding on to all of yours, hit up a thrift store.

When looking for sweaters look for chunky knit sweaters with interesting cabling and details.

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Step 2: Gather all the glass jars, vases, and containers you have.

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Step 3: Thread your vase through the sleeve (or turtleneck as I did for this one!). Situate where you want your sleeve/neck to fit on the glass.

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Play with cuffing if you would like. Then snip off the sleeve/neck about one inch below the bottom of the glass container.
Sweater Wrapped Vases for Fall | www.rappsodyinrooms.com
Step 4: Using a knitting needle and yard, sew up the bottom to make it flat.
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Step 5: Fill, decorate and enjoy! Toss some branches into a tall vase for some extra height. Light a candle in another. They look adorable in groupings too!

Sweater Wrapped Vases for Fall | www.rappsodyinrooms.com
Sweater Wrapped Vases for Fall | www.rappsodyinrooms.com
Sweater Wrapped Vases for Fall | www.rappsodyinrooms.com

Check out my tutorial on how to make the ceramic looking items on the table by dipping cheap plastic fall pieces into plaster of paris!


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