Learn the techniques of Plarning
Plarning is a needlework technique that allows you to create impressive artwork. It’s similar to crochet and knitting; the main difference is in the material that you use for crafting. Plarn stands for “plastic bags yarn.” You can obtain this material by cutting traditional plastic bags in stripes. This supply is recycled, sustainable, and easy to store: you just have to make rolls, as you would do with wool.
For today’s post, we have curated a selection of five impressive tutorials. If you would like to discover the secrets of planning, keep reading! It’s time to learn a sustainable way to use your needlework skills.
Plastic Bag Yarn: How to Make Plarn
With this tutorial from Needlepointers, you can learn how to create plarn. The process is straightforward! You just need to fold old plastic bags and cut them accurately. Follow the steps and create an original (and eco-friendly!) crafting material. Plarning is an excellent crafting alternative for stay-at-home days.
Making Plarn Method: Continual Spiral from a Tube
This tutorial was recorded by the talented Bethintx1, from Texas. For this method, you have to remove the handles and the bottom of your plastic bag. The process is intuitive and easy to follow. Keep watching and learn how to give your plastic bags a second life.
Making Plarn Bags
This video by CraftKnot is a step-by-step guide about the creation of plarn bags. The author uses a 5mm size crochet hook. This project is excellent for beginners. Take a look and give it a try!
Recycled Purses – Make Eco-Green Purses from Plastic Bags
With this tutorial by Carli Shingleton, you can learn how to create a reusable purse. This project is a great idea for those who want to give a second life to their one-use bags. We are in love with the color combination!
How to Make a Plarn Bed Roll
We enjoyed this tutorial that Fox8 WHP posted on their YouTube channel. The video is long, but it’s worth watching. This project is ambitious but also cute and satisfying.