Itsy Bitsy Tiered Plant Holder

Itsy Bitsy Tiered Plant Holder

Itsy Bitsy Tiered Plant Holder
Itsy Bitsy Tiered Plant Holder

"Air Plants are a super popular and trendy right now. You can put these little guys ANYWHERE! You can glue them to rocks or even just leave them out on the counter. I have picked up a few from the one local nursery here in the area that carries them year-round and designed this Itsy Bitsy Tiered Air Plant Holder to hang them wherever I want…which means even if my room doesn’t have a ledge for a pot I can hang these up and they will thrive."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeIs not really imperative so long as the stitches are close together (no gaping holes)

Finished Size24 inches long from top of the string to base of bottom basket

Materials List

  • Air Plants

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I have worked up so many of these little basket plant holders in plain and even colored jute cord. This project only needs a little bit of yardage, so I get my roles from the Dollar Tree in their hardware aisle. One thing I would add is to place a river stone in the bottom of the basket before adding the air plant. It gives the holder enough weight to keep it from blowing away.

What a great idea. Wish I had thought of this. These are so easy to make and are just what it needed for a small space that needs a little decorating. The plants basically take care of themselves. Would be perfect for my daughters college dorm this fall when she goes back to school.

This is such an adorable idea! I love how many colors are included in here. This would be such a conversation piece in any home.


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