Awesome DIY Fiber Wall Art


Fiber wall art has its beauty and charm no matter its size or its complexity. In fact, once you’ve learned the basics, you simply can’t go wrong in your art piece. Let our list of the easiest Top 10 fiber wall art tutorials give you the first threat of your ever growing tapestry of artful wall creations.

Crescent Yarn Tapestry

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When we hear tapestry we usually imagine colorful textile woven art made from hundred different colored wool fibers. Well sometimes even a few fibers can make a lovey tapestry and with no weaving whatsoever, just like this colorful crescent yarn tapestry that anyone can make in minutes.

Ombre Tassels Wall Hanging

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Tassels are used for decorating curtains, clothes and an even serve as lovely jewelry pieces and now there is another way to use them for decorating by turning them into wall hangings. Just string a few dipped in paint tassels on a dowel and you’re done.

Copper Pipe Wall Hanging

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The glow and color of copper makes it perfect for adding some extra bling to your wall and the most available copper pieces you can get are the copper pipes. Adding a few small pieces to a yarn wall art will instantly turn it from plain to an amazing decor piece.

Yarn On Metal Hook

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To make a wall hanging interesting and unique, you don’t have to make intricate patterns or to accessorize with metal or wood. Sometimes all it takes is a interesting base, like a metal ring on which you’ll tie the yarn with your chosen texture and thickness in the color combination you like. The end result will surprise you.

Yarn Wall Hanging Combo

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When you have a large empty wall in your living room it is not easy to fill it without over-crowing it. If you’ve already made one yarn wall hanging and like how it looks, yet your wall still feels empty, don’t be afraid to add a few more similar to the one you have.

Cardboard Tapestry Weaving

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Making a true tapestry is not as hard as you may think. If you want to try your hand at it, you can start with by making the grid for weaving on a cardboard. After you’ve made that, let your creativity run wild. There are no mistakes that you can make.

Macrame Wall Hanging

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For those who know how the art of knotting, use them for making some macrame wall art. Use whatever colors you like and you can even add different beads and even use materials other then yarn for project, like in this case where you can take your macrame skills to a new level.

Knitted  Tapestry With Fabric Yarn

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While we’re on the subject of alternative yarn, bring a different feel to the heavy wall hangings made from woolen yarn by using a fabric yarn, made from strips of old clothes. And you can either tie them, let them loose or knit them in some lovely patterns.

Weaving With Wool

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Woolen yarn is in fact spanned wool, and there are other types of wool out there that you can incorporate into your tapestry if you know how. Here you can see how to use three types if wool to create some fun and extraordinary woven hanging wall art.

Woven Wall Hanging

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We hope you like our suggestions for fiber wall art and if you can’t decide which one to try out first, then don’t choose. The beauty in art is that the more you improvise the better the finished project will be. So, for our last suggestions, here s a woven wall hanging that shows you how good combining a bunch of techniques can look.