More to explore:
Recycled sweater vases. Just cut out sleeves of old sweaters and glue to plain vases. Makes good fall center pieces. Use the other parts of the sweater and just sew where they meet together. ** I filled mine with different sticks from all types of bushes from the yard and added some pearls and pine cones. Looks AWESOME!!!
Recycled Sweater Vases (~Looks so good as a cozy candle holder in winter. I might miss a fireplace just a wee bit less. Just not sure of the safety.)
Use old sweater sleeves over cheap vases for winter decor! LOVE THIS!!! Gonna have to look at the thrift stores for some old cable knit sweaters!!!
the Flickr site for this gorgeous sweater also has another beautiful sweater -- need to click back on the Flickr pics
beer bottle vases
Marlene Taylor now you know what to do with all your izzies! Easy vases, for living room, bedroom
Enamel Painted Vases - Paint used was PermEnamel paint in Mediterranean Blue and White (or whatever color you prefer), PermEnamel Surface Conditioner from Michael's. Full Step-by-Step Tutorial.
I love woven vases but they are so expensive! Here's a DIY that makes a pretty good substitute.
Use an old sweater sleeve to wrap a wine bottle. Good for Valentine's Day!
Upcycle old sweaters, I have to make these, but someone needs to teach me how to use a sewing machine!!! Renee Kealey
upcycled-sweaters - use either old ones or buy cheap thrift store sweaters and turn them into nice winter pillows.
DIY: Recycle Your Vases. Great way to recycle those cheap vases from the florist--love this.
Thrift Store HOT: Upcycled Sweaters!
Mug sweater - this is one for you mum, it's right up there with Christmas pudding hats and wine bottle scarfs!
~quite possibly the coziest slip cover in the world~