How to Make Bamboo Lace Wall Art

If you're looking for a simple and pretty way to decorate your space, here is a fun project to show off your handiwork!  I love the clean lines and simplicity of this piece.  Using easily found materials and a special motif, you can create a one of a kind piece of art.  

Here's what you'll need:

  • Crochet thread (thread shown is Aunt Lydia's Bamboo Crochet Thread)
  • Recommended hook size for your thread (I used a "B" hook for the motif shown)
  • Pretty paper(s) of your choice, handmade paper, watercolor paper, and origami papers are especially lovely when framed.
  • Double sided tape
  • Scissors
  • Photo frame (frame shown is an inexpensive 5"X7" wood frame, choose the most appropriate size for your particular motif).  I chose a frame that you can hang or sit on a table...great if you're not sure where you want it to be placed right away.

How to Make Bamboo Lace Wall Art:
  • Begin by crocheting the Bamboo Lace Motif (follow the link to go directly to the written pattern)
  • If needed, block the motif...I was able to get mine nice and straight with sharper points when I blocked mine, watch the blocking video here:

  • Take apart the photo frame and clean the glass to remove dust (frames purchased at stores are usually pretty dusty)
  • Layer your papers as shown or experiment on your own...get creative!
  • Position everything as desired and adhere the layers with double sided tape.
  • Put the frame back together and flip it over to double check the front to make sure everything looks as it should.
  • You're ready to hang!
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  1. I love the way that you've taken the motif and turned it into art. Perfect!

  2. Wow! Lovely and so beautiful! Thanks for sharing this in your article. Nice stuff and very well made. I loved the art and just dreaming to have a one after seeing this here. Great work man. The above art using bamboo is something really spectacular. Bamboo made materials now in huge demand worldwide.

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