Felt wall planters are everywhere these days. They provide an excellent way to add green to walls and small spaces, but if one wants to plant in multiple planters the cost be somewhat prohibitive. With a few modifications from the original, one can make a cost effective felt planter to add green to your outdoor space.
Martha McQuade of Uniform Natural is an architect and clothing designer. Inspired by the ubiquitous Woolly Pocket, Martha decided to tackle her own felt planter. She opted to use a plywood backing so that the seasonal planter could be stored indoors during the winter (she lives in Minnesota). This additional support also allowed her to use a thinner and less expensive felt than the planters on the market.
To get instructions on how to make your own felt wall planter, visit The Stir: Felt Wall Planter Tutorial by Martha McQuade of Uniform Natural.
Images: Martha McQuade; found via Craftzine.com Blog