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Upcycled Chair with Yarn Plus Earth Week Giveaway!

One way to cut down on the waste cluttering our planet is to use what you already have in your house or that you can easily get, but you also don’t have to fill your house with old things.  Upcycled crafts are the perfect way to renew and reuse things that you might think are out of style or useless.  Giving a used item a makeover is a fun way to exercise your creativity, save some money, and show respect for our planet.  Today, FaveCraft.com’s celebration of our lovely blue planet continues with another innovative, Earth-friendly craft.

*This contest is now over. Please enjoy the free tutorial below.

Day three of Earth Week brings us to a fantastic tutorial involving a chair.  Nicole from Darn Good Yarn walks us through the surprisingly easy process of giving an old chair a new look.  With a couple of simple materials you can create a fun and funky chair for your household.


Refurbish An Old Chair With Yarn





1. Cut the yarn into strips and tie them where you want them. For my chair, I wrapped the yarn around the chair legs and tied them, then tacked it down with a dab of glue.

2. I popped off the seat cushion and reupholstered it with one of my Reclaimed Silk Scarves. You can also re-foam the chair if you need to.


Thanks again to Nicole from Darn Good Yarn for allowing us to share this tutorial!

 Easiest Yarn Wrapped Spring WreathLooking for more ways to use yarn and ways to refurbish other items in your home? You’re in luck!

Earth Week Giveaway

Return daily to comment on the blog for your chance to win one of the two Earth Week prizes. One lucky winner will win a Wool Felt Bug Kit and an Art Journal Kit from Arterro, and another lucky winner will win two hanks of At the Bahamas: Multi Colored Recycled Sari Silk Ribbon Yarn from Darn Good Yarn.

Bonus! As a gift to all Earth Week participants, when shopping with Arterro enter the coupon code FAVE20 for 20% off any order through May 1st.


What is your favorite way to upcycle items?