12 + DIYs to Make a Stuffed Animal Hammock
The perfect way to organize your little one’s stuffed toys is to put them in a hammock made of fabric, mesh, tulle, nets, or any other material. You could even use techniques of crocheting, knitting, and macramé to make the hammock. The tutorials to follow would guide you in the process of making a stuffed animal hammock.
The trim sewn at the bottom gives the triangle an adorable look.
If giving it as a gift, tie the pink tulle at the center or add bows to each of the sides to make it look gorgeous.
The colorful yarns made using different hammocks make it look immensely beautiful.
If you have a worn-out t-shirt, you could make great use of it by designing it into a net hammock.
Go for a colored fabric for a brightened appearance, and you could even stitch designs on it for an enticing appeal.
The combination of tulle and ribbon adds to the cuteness of this hammock. Its decorative appeal makes it ideal for a baby shower gift.
If you are on the lookout for an easier way to make a hammock without any stitching or knitting, this no-sew pattern would be perfect.
While hanging the hammock, place the fabric through the knots to prevent it from ripping.
Following the directions given in the above tutorial, you may make a black hammock shown in the image below or one with any other shade like blue, red, or green to complement your room’s color.
The tutorial in the link provides instructions to convert a bedsheet into a hammock easily. Following the cue, you could make a jumbo-sized hammock to accommodate stuffed toys just as the one shown in the image.
The big crochet hammock sitting in one corner would increase the beauty of the room to the fullest.
These DIYs would surely help you decide which hammock you want to design as a storage space for your kiddos many toys that otherwise lie messily all over. A fabric, old bedsheet, t-short, or anything else would serve your purpose. Arrange the hammock to one corner of the room or even hang on the ceiling to give the room a neat appearance.
Published on July 29th 2020 by Miranda Gibbs