DIY No Sew Fabric Pleated Pendant Lamp

DIY no sew fabric lamp

by Corrie Beth Hogg of Apple of my DIY

I have 2 giant bins full of fabric scraps in my studio. I am always trying to dream up projects for these too precious to toss pieces. Recently, I discovered it takes less than half a yard of fabric to make this simple no sew fabric lamp shade. This technique might just change your life people, so far I have made 3 of these. It’s so easy! Plus, I love any opportunity to introduce a pop of color into my space. You can use almost any fabric! Just stay away from thick upholstery weight (I found printed cotton or linen works best). Play with fun patterns, or bold colors. You can’t go wrong!

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