Kristin shared a DIY plant hanger on Instagram with similar straps and a dowel rod, and y'all couldn't get enough of it... and when we see a need, we try our hardest to fill it! We spend a great deal of our time sourcing goods for the shop, but occasionally we get to draw on our maker skills, pull out our tool bags, and put on our artisan hats, which is what we are most passionate about.
Naturally, when we heard that "YOU HAD TO HAVE THEM" I went to work finding leather! The leather was sourced locally here in Charlotte, NC along with the brass fittings. With the right tools and supplies, I got to work and made these straps right here in our studio.
The leather is a natural cowhide and is thick and durable enough to hold the weight of the dowel and whatever you choose to hang from it! We love it as a plant hanger but you may decide it makes a great quilt rack or towel bar.
The listing is for two straps but doesn't include the dowel. These are easy to find at your local craft or hardware store and can be cut down to the size that best suits your needs. The dowel photographed is 1.25" in diameter and 31" long.
We love days like these when we get to step back from the computer and live out our passion as creatives! Thanks for loving us as we continue to stay creative and flexible!