Fall Yarn Art

Fall Yarn Art

Fall Yarn Art

Just over a year ago, I went to Alt for the very first time in San Francisco. I’m sure you remember reading my recap and all about how amazing it was! It was there that I first spotted the beginning of the DIY yarn art trend . A matter of fact, I’m pretty sure it was the first of its kind (dare I say)!

Fall Yarn Art

While attending our sponsored dinner with Creative Bug, I spotted these amazing pieces displayed as decor on the walls! It took me a long time to finally give in, but I decided to do an inspired DIY just in time for fall! 

Fall Yarn Art

Fall Yarn Art

The thing I love about this project is it’s SO easy to do and it has such a huge impact in any space. It’s probably way over done now, but I just had to try it for myself. I decided instead of hanging my yarn, I would drape it to create flow. It also creates this illusion that the yarn is coming out from the branch, rather than just being tied onto it. 

Fall Yarn Art

Fall Yarn Art

I decided to use a branch like I did in this project a while back. Bringing a part of nature indoors is a really great way to instantly make your home feel holiday ready! I had a lot of fun creating this piece and I might try some other variations of it, but we will see. For now, I love the pop of color it brings in our home! 

Fall Yarn Art

I like to mix up my fall and Halloween decor, I don’t want to focus on one season over the other! What do you think of this effective, yet subtle fall decor?

XOXO, Lidy

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  • Sabrina Grant

    Cute, Lidy. I like the “necklace” effect as opposed to the yarn just all hanging in single strands. :) It looks really pretty.

    • HelloLidy

      Thanks friend! Yes, it is a little different and has a totally different feel than the other ones I’ve seen. As always, thank you for stopping by – I always appreciate hearing from you!

      XOXO

  • I love this! is that a special kind of “puffy” yarn or have you knitted long strands for this project. I know nothing from yarn, obviously! :)

    • HelloLidy

      Thanks so much! It’s actually a very thick and fluffy yarn! It’s so soft, if I could knit I would definitely make a cozy scarf 😉

      XO

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