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Make a No-Sew Sweater Lamp Shade

6 January 2014 2,342 views One Comment

by rhonda

Make a No-Sew Sweater Lamp Shade

Nothing says "cozy" in the winter quite a like a big, chunky cable knit sweater.  So when Barb at The Everyday Home decided to add some seasonal flair to her decor, she decided that dressing a lamp shade in a sweater would be a great way to do it - and she was right!  Using a thrift store sweater she gave the lamp shade a makeover in just minutes.  It's a great way to cover up a shade that is stained or dented, and when spring come you can remove the sweater just as easily.  [how to make a no-sew sweater lamp shade]

Project estimate:

  • Lamp shade, on hand 0r $1 and up
  • Sweater, on hand or $1 and up
  • Tape or hot glue, on hand

Total:  Free and up!

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  • Lovely Links: 1/10/14 said:

    […] Another great use for ruined or thrifted sweaters? Cozy, wintry lampshade covers. (Via Dollar Store Crafts) […]

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