Dress Up Your Old Lamps With These Easy Crochet Lampshades
Check out a simple way to make decorative crochet lampshade patterns by dipping doilies in glue and placing them around a balloon. The balloon acts as a temporary anchor mold to hold the doilies in an egg shape until they dry, harden and can hold their own three-dimensional shapes. For more adornments for your light fixtures, take a look at these recommendations for household projects, such as jellyfish-style lampshades, table lamp covers, pendant lamps and even cocoons. If you prefer to hand-crochet rather than create patterns using an anchor mold, Craftaholics Anonymous has a different step-by-step procedure for a crochet lampshade.
Take advantage of these guides to spice up your home’s living area with these crochet patterns. Or, if crocheting isn’t your passion but you still want new ideas about how to enhance and decorate your home, check out our additional ideas on how to spice up your lampshades, such as city-scaling or spray-painting.