DIY Fabric Flower Pot Covers
We are adding the stuff to your Stuff.
The project was added to your List.
Do you love your houseplants but despise the plain ceramic pots in your home? These DIY fabric flower pot covers will transform the boring brown planters into lively pieces of fabric decor! This easy sewing project can be adapted to fit your home decor or personal preferences to create stunning DIY fabric planters for all of your houseplants. Elevate your plants with this easy tutorial for gorgeous decor. You'll never have to look at boring flower pots again as your plants will emerge from beautiful fabric planters!
Time to CompleteIn an evening
Project TypeMake a Project
- Lining fabric
- Sewing machine and thread
- Terracotta flowerpots
- Plastic drip tray
- The Original Orange-handled Scissors™ (8")
- Amplify® Mixed Media Shears (8")
Use the plastic drip tray or the top rim of the flowerpot (whichever is larger) as a template by laying it on top of the burlap fabric. Draw around the circle adding an extra 1” and cut out using the 8” Amplify® Mixed Media Shears.
Next, determine the required length of the rectangle of fabric that will be the sides of your planter cover. Measure the diameter of the circle cut in step 1. The length of the rectangle will be the diameter of the circle multiplied by 3.14. The width of the rectangle will be determined by measuring the height of the flowerpot and adding 6”. To accurately cut burlap, mark the measurement points and pull out an entire thread from the burlap. Once you have removed one thread of burlap from the weave, you'll have a straight and accurate cutting line. Cut the burlap using the 8” Mixed Media Shears.
Cut a piece of lining fabric using the Orange Handled Scissors and adhere to the same measurements as the rectangle in the previous step.
Pin the burlap rectangle to the lining rectangle with the wrong sides of the fabric facing each other. Join the two short ends of both fabrics together and stitch to create a cylinder. Fold back the raw edges of the seam allowance and stitch down to reinforce the seam.
Turn the cylinder so that the lining fabric is on the outside. Pin the circle you cut in step 1 to the bottom of the cylinder and sew around the perimeter and continue to turn the planter cover to the right side.
Place the drip tray and flowerpot in the planter cover and check sizing. Turn over the top edge of the planter cover to reveal the contrast lining.
These 13 Budget-Friendly Garden Ideas are such fun and low-budget ways to transform your outdoor space from drab to fab. Get inspired and embrace the spring with these fun gardening ideas. 15 Budget-Friendly Garden Ideas
Free projects, giveaways, exclusive partner offers, and more straight to your inbox!
Your Recently Viewed Projects
Project of the Day
Keep your pantry organized and pretty with this simple tutorial for how to make chalkboard labels. These Mason Jar DIY Chalkboard… Continue reading: "Mason Jar DIY Chalkboard Labels"
Our Newest Projects & Articles
- 2020 Is Boo-sheet C2c
- Charlie's Layered Mexican Casserole With A Salsa-licious Twist
- Easy Chicken Posole
- How To Make And Can Apple Pie Filling
- Easy Apple Bird Feeder
- Pumpkin Spice Essential Oil Blend
- Paper Finger Puppets
- Kid Friendly Hand Sanitizer With Essential Oils
- Orange Bath Bombs
- Peppermint Soap Recipe With Shea Butter