– Jersey Knit Fabric
– Ceramic Planter
– Tape Measure
– Hook Screw
1. Cut your fabric length-wise into 8 total 1.5-inch strips.
2. Then stretch each fabric strip into round cords.
3. Tie all 8 cords together in one big knot, about 4 inches or so from the ends, and pull tight to secure.
4. Group your cords into 4 sets of 2 and tie a knot in each set, approximately 2 inches away.
5. Now separate these sets into new sets of 2 and tie them together approximately 1.5 inches away.
6. Repeat for a third time and tie each new set of cords together 1.5 inches away from the previous.
7. Stretch over your planter and tighten your knots to adjust.
8. Tie all 8 cords together at the top to finish.
9. Plant a succulent or two in your planter and hang up using a hook screw.
Less than 10 steps to these swinging’ beauties? Lets get cracking.
Grab a pair of sharp scissors and lay out your jersey fabric on a clean, flat surface.
Cut 1.5-inch strips lengthwise across your whole piece of fabric. Keep cutting equal strips until you have 8 total.
Go ahead and stretch out all those strips! Don’t forget to stretch out the ends as well.
Grab all your cords at one end and tie a big knot securing them all together. Pull this knot as tight as you can, as it’s going to be supporting the weight of the whole planter.
We’ve included a large hook screw in our kit, but make sure to check what tools and hardware you may need for your specific type of ceiling before hanging.