Cute little hack! I have the same lamp and this would've never occurred to me.
just lovely, thanks for sharingmartine
I can't crochet, but this looks great. :-)
Can this be done with other materials, like decorative paper? Just to add variety to texture.
Adrianne, people crochet torn lengths of plastic bags with a great effect if you choose good colours!
Thank you :)@Pacific NW Blogfan: You just need to learn how to crochet ;)
This hack has given me so many ideas! I am going to combine this concept with arigumi-stly animals to make a kid's lamp. So excited!
I love the price of the Grono set but not the harsh light. This is a beautiful solution! It almost makes me want to learn to crochet. ;)
I like the use of crochet for this lamp. Note, however, that the tool for crochet is not referred to as a crochet "needle," but a crochet HOOK.
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