Then the other way.
For the second jute ball I started and went all one way.
Now for the rope.
I wrapped the rope in 4 rows one way.
And finish it off by going the way you did with the first four rows. Finish the top and bottom til the styrofoam is not showing anymore.
I think it gives this one a little bit of a woven look.
And the bowl gets a little fuller! Stay tuned tomorrow — yep — BURLAP!
wow they all look really good 🙂 I especially like the rope one.
I love your balls – sorry that sounds so crass but they came out great. Make for such nice bowl fillers. This one I’m definitely trying!
Those look really nice. It is fun to make something for your home yourself.
Love these! I would have never known how to wrap that rope! thanks!
Those are cool! If I made those I’d have to use industrial glue or my little one would have them all unraveled – it’s a ‘string thing’, hee hee.
Thanks for linking up over at Ten Things Farm!
Super cute…I love these! But then again I love anything with texture…even a rice grain sack (tan burlap) got me excited at Costco the other day! Fabulous project…thanks for sharing!
these are so wonderful!!! I have tons of rope lying around and this would be perfect for some of it. Thanks for sharing!
Nice!! I love all the textures you have going on. 🙂 Thanks for the visit!
Neat stuff, I like it.
This one has to be my favorite! Featuring it at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com
These are so cute, I LOVE decorative balls! Your clothesline one came out so cool looking too, the pattern looks awesome!
Thanks for linking this up! I almost added this to the spotlight, but had already had the other picture loaded. You rock!